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CHAIN is a registered, non-profit organisation (NPO 77158) working hands on in the communities of Tulbagh, Ceres, Prince Alfred Hamlet, Wolseley and Gouda. We also have a newly launched branch based in the Riebeek Valley.Our vision is "To create an environment of animal well-being in the Boland"These 5 animal freedoms are our guidelines: Freedom from hunger & thirst (by providing fresh water and the right type and amount of food to keep them fit) Freedom from discomfort (by making sure that animals have the right type of environment including shelter & somewhere comfortable to rest) Freedom from pain, injury & disease (by preventing them from getting ill or injured and by making sure animals are diagnosed and treated rapidly if they do) Freedom to behave normally (by making sure animals have enough space, proper facilities and the company of other animals of their own kind) Freedom from fear & distress (by making sure their conditions and treatment avoid mental suffering)
Our Mission has 5 areas of focus:1. We shall manage the animal population through effective programmes of sterilization and necessary euthanasia;2. We shall establish well managed foster homes;3. We shall promote education through community involvement;4. We shall strive to provide affordable veterinary services for the less privileged members of the community;5. We shall establish effective fundraising programmes to create sustainable financial stability
The organisation is totally reliant on donations and volunteers to continue it's work.
All donations help (whether it be time, money, food, blankets, second-hand kennels, cages or even toys) and will directly impact the animals in the Boland.
Donations can be made to:CHAIN BolandStandard Bank Tulbagh Branch (Code: 050307)Account: 085 958 557
For other donations please contact us on: 072 609 1165 or email us email@example.com
We also have a group on Facebook
Good morning. I hope you can help me. I found a dog on a farm who is extremely underfed. you can literally see every bone in his body. It's very sad. Help?!
Hi Esme. Please can you contact Jojo on 072 609 1165 or email details on the animal and the address to firstname.lastname@example.org
You are an abomination and dare to call yourself an animal shelter working for animals' best interests. We have heard stories of your putting animals to sleep.
This is an ignorant comment. Where must all the dogs go??
Hi Dianne We would like to assure you that every care is taken to accommodate and care for as many animals as we can,
Unfortunately not everyone can be saved. FORTUNATELY we have people like CHAIN doing their best to give all these helpless animals a 2nd chance! Appreciate them
Dianne. Don't you think that there is an over population of animals who need homes? It's sad yes but sometimes necessary to euthanize. That's why we adopt.
hi my name is mateo. I really appreciate what you guys are doing for the animals. Keep up the good work
Stupid i dont have email yet iam getting soon
i am looking for a puppy and Candy caught my eye.i wanted to know if she was still available for adoption?if so pls contact me0617158446 or 0746104580