Believe it or not, many people believe that black cats bring bad luck. This is a myth /lie we are working hard in changing here in the village. Children learn these kind of things from the elders and this puts cats in the firing line to be ill treated. The only way to break that chain of belief is to give the children an opportunity to experience otherwise. Wonderful to watch the little faces light up and believe otherwise! ... See MoreSee Less
Little "Holy" is brought in regularly for her shots and de wormer. She is growing beautifully and soon won't fit in her dad's bag! :) He rides bike to get to the clinic, so no excuses only solutions for him, we love it! ... See MoreSee Less
"Petal" a rescue pony confiscated from the forest where she was used to pull logs, the scars from the wire and rope still visible round her neck. Is now happily homed and retiring in peace. ... See MoreSee Less
Moya has a heavy heart due to the ridiculous amount of unspayed dogs in the townships who are all having big litters while not in good health themselves, meaning the puppies are pathetically sick and weak. We plan to hold a spay day in Kurland village in the near future (date to be announced) if you wish to help in any way please contact Wendy at 044-5348038. ... See MoreSee Less
Moya Animal Outreach, based in The Crags, is currently aware of 4 litters of puppies that are being surrendered from Kurland Village. We urgently need to find foster homes. Terms and conditions, including that all household pets are vaccinated and are over 6 months, will apply.
These are some of the puppies currently being fostered by The Crags Vet. They will be available from beginning Feb. If you can help or want more info, please contact Wendy on 044 5348000 9-3pm.
We are also looking for donations of kennels, blankets, old couch cushions, newspapers, bowls, leads, collars, toys etc. These can be dropped at Horse and Hound or The Crags Vet.
Moya is working with PAWS to sterilize as many of these animals as possible to stop this indiscriminate breeding, to reduce the street population and limit the spread of contagious diseases such as Parvovirus, mange etc.
Any donations towards our ongoing work in the village would be most appreciated.
Moya Animal Outreach NPC, FNB Plett, 62568228623 Ref: name - so we know who to thank!!🙏🏼 ... See MoreSee Less
Mari has a tough life she lives on her own and none of her children live in the area but every time I see her she has a smile on her face and a huge loving heart for any animal that happens to walk past her little house. Here she is with "Kat" who she picked up near the refuse bins when he was every so tiny. With much care and dedication she got "Kat" healthy and he is her faithful companion. They love sitting in the sun together watching life go by (most times he books the chair!) ;) ... See MoreSee Less
Stopped to chat to Moses and his wife Lezina and check on their cat Bebe. Moses has alzeimers and his cat is his connection to reality. A heart lifting pic indeed, Bebe follows him around 24/7 ☺ ... See MoreSee Less
MANGE ..... the pesky mite that causes untold misery. Because it is too small to see with the naked eye it is difficult for many to connect it to their dog's hair loss. It is contagious hence why it is seen so often in high population areas where dogs roam free. It is a stubborn mite and needs intense treatment through either dipping weekly for about 8 weeks with dog dip specifying that it kills mange, or using "Bravecto". If you suspect your dog has mange, or you know of anyone who owns a dog that could be suffering from mange please feel free to call us on 044-534800 we will be more than happy to advise. Lets be part of the solution here ...... every bit of help adds up! :) ... See MoreSee Less