As promised we will keep on sharing the good news we have 🙂
Under lock down we sadly can’t do as much as we want to, but
– we want to welcome Dr Iris to the Have a Heart family!
Thanks to Dr Iris, Have a Heart was able to help the very first dog in Rosh Pinah! Aslan (not the dog with Dr Iris shown in the picture) was a stray dog and needed urgent help. Thanks to Dr Iris, Aslan had his neuter operation, vaccination and parasite treatment and has even found a new home! Thanks so much Dr Iris for helping Aslan and we hope together we will be able to help many more less fortunate and stray dogs and cats in Rosh Pinah!!
– After the possibility of transport was cleared, we were able to have 4 more female cats sterilised just yesterday in Okahandja! The waiting list is still long, but now that we can go ahead, we hope to help another 7 cats next week!
– and the last feel good story for today comes from Keetmanshoop! Little Trixi is living with a family who care much about dogs and cats, Trixi has 2 dog siblings and 4 cat siblings. All of them have been sterilised during a visit of the mobile clinic. Only Trixi somehow missed the visit last year and became pregnant. Sadly all her puppies died and on top of it she contracted TVT 🙁 When her family realised Trixi has a problem, they ask Have a Heart Keetmans team leader Angie for help. Angie took Trixi to the state vet in Keetmans and she received her first TVT treatment and also antibiotics for tick bite fever. Poor Trixi was a really sick girl 🙁 but she is feeling so much better already and as soon as she is healthy enough, Trixi will be sterilised! Happy days for Trixi!
Trixis story shows again how important spay and neuter is! Trixi wouldn’t have suffered dead puppies and TVT if she would have had the chance of being sterilised early! Trixi motivates us to work even harder and help more dogs and cats and their owners in future!
And again: Thank you so so so so much to everyone supporting “our” Have a Heart dogs and cats!! Without everyone coming together and helping and supporting Have a Heart with a donation, we would not be able to help a single dog or cat!