One of the most effective ways of alleviating suffering is to reduce the number of stray and unwanted dogs and cats by sterilization. Although we have already sterilized thousands of animals we need to increase the number we can do each week to reduce the suffering even further but we need funds to achieve this.
Animal Rescue and Emergency Care
Our four ambulances deal with emergencies, such as road traffic accidents, animals that have fallen into open wells or rescuing snakes from people's houses. We also capture stray animals for sterilisation and aim to assist with all animals whether domestic or wild.
Veterinary Treatment for both Stray and Owner Animals
Our centre, Animal Tracks, is a modern, well equipped, rescue centre and veterinary clinic with state of the art equipment, including X-ray facilities and an ultrasound scanner. We provide free veterinary treatment for people who cannot afford treatment for their animals.
We believe education is an important aspect of our work. We therefore make our staff, volunteers, visitors and the general public aware of our "5 Freedoms" which set the basic standard on which all our policies are based.
We always strive to improve and expand all aspects of our work by constantly reviewing our procedures and listening to feedback regarding our services. We take great pride in the work we do and the standards we set. However, we are never complacent as we always thrive to learn and become better at our tasks.