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A few months agao CHAIN was faced with the brutal murder of a female dog killed with a axe on a farm in the Winterhoek area outside of Tulbagh. CHAIN immediately took action against the perpetrator and opened up a case with Tulbagh police. Swift police work from Constable Mcdonald and investigating officer Detective Sergeant Fouche, led to the arrested of the farm worker and he was charged.

Last week the case was heard at the Tulbagh Magistates court and justice was done with the accused being found guilty and sentenced to a fine or a term of imprisonment.  

CHAIN is vigulent about these sorts of crimes being prosecuted as there is no excuse and no justification for such cruelty to Animals which we find unaccepatble.

If anyone suspects similair cruelty or any mistreatment of animals please do not hesitate to contact chain at - 083 660 4841 or 082 309 3475.  

 
 

The Sunset Cruisin’ eight-piece Jazz band has teamed up with CHAIN for a benefit concert at the Saronsberg Theatre.

This show promises audiences a great mix of toe-tapping, finger-snapping and slow-dancing musical entertainment and a ‘satisfaction guaranteed’ performance.

Please SUPPORT this concert on the 15th November, tickets are only R95  

 

CHAIN was this week faced with the brutal murder of a female dog killed with a axe on a farm in Winterhoek outside of Tulbagh. The details of this horrific act are still to be established but it appears from eye witnesses that a man on a farm killed the female dog with a axe, while his wife helped him by holding the dog.  

The dog was apparently tied up with 'bal tou' and the man admitted to carrying out this execution with Chain investigators on the scene, after the matter was reported by the farm owner to CHAIN. This horrific scene also happened in front of primary school children on the farm and again reflects the inhumane treament of animals that is becoming common practice in the community.   

The dog was Killed in front of its pup which that was also severely traumatised, abused, scared and underfed. CHAIN and the Tulbagh vet then took the unfortunate decision to have the pup put down. A case has been opened with the Police and is under investigation by Sgt McDonald.  

It was a normal Tuesday for Tulbagh that was interupted by an explosion coming from the Tarzan Shoe Factory. This tragic event took the life of the popular Oom Pietie, whilst working on the factory floor.  With an event such as this, there will always be loved ones left behind in mourning. One of these loved ones was a small black dog named Ninja who had lived with Oom Piete for many years but was now without a home. 

This is where CHAIN stepped in, and immediately took care of the animal, placing it up for adoption. After the local eNews Letter published the story about the now homeless Ninja, Mr Jansen from the Tulbagh Correctional Services got hold of CHAIN to take up the offer of adopting him.

Ninja now lives happily playing with Mr Jansen's two young sons and spends his afternoons playing in the garden with the water hose. CHAIN has made several follow up visits to Ninja's new home and are happy to report that he is in good condition and is now a loved family dog.   

 

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