Kitty-Cat Shareholdings

“NO CATS ALLOWED”

WHERE YOU ARE LIVING NOW?

MISSING YOUR BELOVED KITTY-CAT?

HOW ABOUT BECOMING AN SPCA KITTY-CAT SHARE HOLDER? WE ARE OFFERING SHARES IN ANY OF OUR PRECIOUS CATS, EITHER OUR FRIENDLY AND LOVABLE OFFICE CATS AT THE KENNELS OR THE REHABILITATED FERAL CATS AT OUR MAIN STREET CENTRE.

Choose the cat you would like to invest in.

Your returns on your investment will be:-

* Opportunities to spend quality time bonding with your cat.
* The joy of spoiling your cat with special treats, toys or catnip.
* The special feeling of having a sleepy cat relaxing on your lap.
* Updates on all our cats’ doings including photographs.
* Bragging rights about your cat – how sweet/clever/pretty/loving he or she is.

What would your investment be? You choose to invest R50/R100/or any amount per month to secure your share in one of our Kitty-cats.

MEET OUR FURRY FAMILY

The Kennels’ oldest and longest resident office cat, Charlie, is convinced he is our filing clerk.

The Kennels’ oldest and longest resident office cat, Charlie, is convinced he is our filing clerk.

 

Another well-known office wallah, this time at the Centre, is Bronwyn’s Assistant Receptionist, Smurf.

Another well-known office wallah, this time at the Centre, is Bronwyn’s Assistant Receptionist, Smurf.

 

 

Jasmin has a slight weight problem! “Is she pregnant?” we are asked. Emphatically, “NO. She is just cuddly”. Jasmine loves people and is our own self appointed one cat welcoming committee.

Jasmin has a slight weight problem! “Is she pregnant?” we are asked. Emphatically, “NO. She is just cuddly”. Jasmine loves people and is our own self appointed one cat welcoming committee.

 

Sindiswa, or Sindy to her friends, is friendly and spunky. She is very pretty - and she knows it! She likes to adorn any public place where she can be appreciated!

Sindiswa, or Sindy to her friends, is friendly and spunky. She is very pretty – and she knows it! She likes to adorn any public place where she can be appreciated!

 

Tigger is a most affec-tionate young chap. As we have no resident dog to do the job Tigger takes on the responsibil-ity of keeping the entire property clear of Hadedahs.

Tigger is a most affec-tionate young chap. As we have no resident dog to do the job Tigger takes on the responsibil-ity of keeping the entire property clear of Hadedahs.

 

Dinkie: Reigns supreme in our Veterinary Clinic. She is in charge of health, hygiene and rodent control. Dinkie is somewhat aloof as befits some-one with her important responsibilities.

Dinkie: Reigns supreme in our Veterinary Clinic. She is in charge of health, hygiene and rodent control. Dinkie is somewhat aloof as befits some-one with her important responsibilities.

 

Black-Jack: this mystery guy appeared from no-where and slowly wormed his way into the family. He is very wary but the lure of good food and a safe comfortable pad is gradually overcoming his nerves and he is now re-sponding to his name. He did however draw the line at having his picture taken!

Black-Jack: this mystery guy appeared from no-where and slowly wormed his way into the family. He is very wary but the lure of good food and a safe comfortable pad is gradually overcoming his nerves and he is now re-sponding to his name. He did however draw the line at having his picture taken!

 

Kitty: was the adored companion of an elderly Zulu man living in Mpopho-meni. He used to bring Kitty in for boarding when there were fireworks. When he moved to Shiyabasala informal settlement he left Kitty to board with us while he settled in. He visited Kitty whenever he could and looked for-ward to her joining him. Then sadly he told us that there were so many dogs roaming in Shiyas he feared for her safety and he decided that, for her own good, he should not take her there. We offered her a home where he could visit her whenever he liked.

Kitty: was the adored companion of an elderly Zulu man living in Mpopho-meni. He used to bring Kitty in for boarding when there were fireworks. When he moved to Shiyabasala informal settlement he left Kitty to board with us while he settled in. He visited Kitty whenever he could and looked for-ward to her joining him. Then sadly he told us that there were so many dogs roaming in Shiyas he feared for her safety and he decided that, for her own good, he should not take her there. We offered her a home where he could visit her whenever he liked.

 

Tom (short for Thomas) thinks he’s the boss of the establishment. Tom is wary of people and clings to his feral roots but he is very happy to tuck into the chow supplied!

Tom (short for Thomas) thinks he’s the boss of the establishment. Tom is wary of people and clings to his feral roots but he is very happy to tuck into the chow supplied!

 

Fat-Cat: Best friends with Tom and usually seen together. Sometimes they have noisy little spats which are soon made-up with a soothing shared groom-ing session.

Fat-Cat: Best friends with Tom and usually seen together. Sometimes they have noisy little spats which are soon made-up with a soothing shared groom-ing session.

 

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO INVEST IN ONE OF OUR PRECIOUS KITTIES

please click here to download the Debit Order Form, complete it, sign it and then please kindly hand it in to either the Reception at the Centre or at the Kennels and we will do the rest.

The returns on your investment will be heart-warming.

 

Please note:   these cats are not up for adoption – you will just be bringing a little something extra to their lives and helping us care for other animals.

 

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Meet the team

Rita Sosibo

Rita SosiboRita is our kennel cleaner and has been with the organization for 9 months. Her role in maintaining the kennels, and keeping a high level of hygiene in these areas, is very important.

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