A quick update on Blik from Kapsfarmlocation:
He is still on his TVT treatment but is nearly done and he is feeling sooo much better!
Thanks You so so much to Cat Adams – Act of Kindness for picking up Blik once a week at his home in Kapsfarmlocation and driving him to the Rhino Park Vet Clinic in Windhoek! And for making the treatment days so special for brave boy Blik! He enjoys the trips very much and he and Cat have so much fun
Also a big Thank You goes to Animal-Kind International for making sure we have funds for treatments for “our” dogs like Blik! And to everyone who support with donations dogs like Blik! You saved his life!
It’s still on! We take them all!
Cat Adams – Act of Kindness
Did you already get your copy of The Houdini Chronicles?
This two cuties became members of our Have a Heart family last week in Swakopmund!
Thank you so much Feed a Paw Project, Madelaine Strydom for choosing and transporting them!
And Thank you to everyone who donates towards Have a Heart and makes it possible to help so many dogs and cats and their families!
Feed a Paw6 Sep 2019💚🐾💚Today's 2 Have-a-Heart Dogs.
Posted by Madelaine Strydom on Friday, 6 September 2019
One of our commitments to all Have-a-Heart family members is to keep them healthy for life. So, when we were contacted by Speedy’s family, a Have-a-Heart dog from Kapps Farm, for help there was no hesitation to say yes. Speedy had an accident and broke his leg, and was in quite some pain. Today he had his operation to fix the leg with Dr Minty from Rhino Park and we hope Speedy has a speedy recovery!
Thanks to Animal-Kind International, we have the funds available for such emergencies! However, if you would like to help with Speedy’s operation costs a deposit can be made into the Rhino Park account with the reference ‘Speedy HAH’
M V Soni T/A Rhino Park Veterinary Clinic
Nedbank account # 11000370330
Branch code 461609.
And another big Thank You goes to Cat Adams – Act of Kindness for the transport of Speedy from his home to the clinic!
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On the picture you can see Witfoet with his family!
Witfoet is from Omaruru and he was neutered six weeks ago. Witfoet had TVT, as many dogs in Omaruru have… But luckily his very caring owners asked the Have a Heart Team for help.
Witfoet was treated once a week for 6 weeks by Dr Estelle and received his last treatment on Monday. He is now officially a happy and healthy dog!
We have a nice video of Witfoet and we will post it here as soon as we have figured out how to make it a bit shorter.
The September issue of Die Gecko is published!
As always with very very beautiful pictures and fantastic information! And a Have a Heart feel good story