Update!

A quick update about what is currently going on! πŸ™‚

A LOT is happening in Swakopmund!
Because of your ongoing fantastic support, we can keep the vets busy with lots of spay and neuter operations! πŸ™‚

And on top of it, in Swakop we are able to help so much, simply because of the fact, that here every animal rescuer’s dream came true: a lot of people from different organisations work together towards a better future for the animals!

Together we can move a mountain! πŸΎπŸΎπŸΎ

Have-a-Heart Namibia is extremely grateful to be able to bring our part to the fantastic work done by Tierschutzverein Swakopmund (SPCA)Feed a Paw Project and the Township Doghouse Project – Donna Roslyn Collins! Thank you so much to each and everyone of you for what you do – fighting for the animals, not giving in, if needed even with the support of the police!

Every picture we will post today, has a story to tell. Please click on the picture to find out more.Β <3

Meet Hulk and his family. Hulk was found as a stray and due to this, he qualified for a 5***** stay at Tierschutzverein…

Posted by Have-a-Heart Namibia on Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Meet Uncle <3Uncle's owners asked the Feed a Paw Project team for help. Uncle had a swollen leg, but other than…

Posted by Have-a-Heart Namibia on Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Meet Rex Rickert!Rex came to the clinic with a broken leg (see the next picture, his x-rays after the operation). His…

Posted by Have-a-Heart Namibia on Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Rex control x-rays after his operation to safe his leg. He is already back home and recovering!

Posted by Have-a-Heart Namibia on Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Meet James! James is a much loved dog from Mondesa. His job is to look after his owners small tuck shop and he took his…

Posted by Have-a-Heart Namibia on Tuesday, 26 May 2020

After the meeting the SPCA did a home check and all turned out well. James is much loved and cared for and he sleeps…

Posted by Have-a-Heart Namibia on Tuesday, 26 May 2020

The SPCA gave instructions how to secure James' yard and with the condition James will be neutered (that's our part…

Posted by Have-a-Heart Namibia on Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Meet Toffee <3Toffy had a bad eye infection and needed help urgently! Thanks to the Feed a Paw Project, Toffy was able…

Posted by Have-a-Heart Namibia on Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Of course bringing our part wouldn’t be possible without YOUR SUPPORT towards Have-a-Heart Namibia, the hard work from Swakop Vet Clinic and the ongoing support from Animal-Kind InternationalSwakop Charity Shop and Cat Adams – Act of Kindness! THANK YOU SO SO SO MUCH!

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Madelaine Strydom Theresa Badenhorst

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