Bolt and Devi say that this money will go so far in helping all the dogs that we are inundated with every single day and they both want to thank Aunty Viv and the Saints team on behalf of all of us and the residents at Husky Rescue SA.
The work of Husky Rescue South Africa is funded entirely by public donations. Your support is vital if we are to make a lasting difference to animals' lives. Your gift today - whatever sum you choose to give - will help us save animals from suffering and give them the expert treatment and care they need.
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Sagie was rescued as a stray by Mitchell’s Plain Animal Welfare and came in as a scared wreck. It took her a long time to accept other dogs but the volunteers in Cape Town did an amazing job in rehabilitating her. Sagie formed a strong bond with Nova before she flew to JHB with Raska.
Everyone should know Nova’s story by now – he was rescued by R.A.D on an outreach in Grabouw as a skinny, malnourished, mangy and hairless husky. His transformation is nothing less than spectacular, all thanks to Karen Goldie and her generous sponsorship of Vondi’s Holistic Pet Nutritionmeals to fatten him up. Nova flew up to JHB a few weeks ago to join his buddy Sagie in a run.
Sagie’s dreams came true when a family visited the Haven and fell hopelessly in love. At that point Nova was still in Cape Town. Today the family came to collect Sagie and after completing the paperwork drove off with her. But they got 50 metres and turned around, in tears because they just couldn’t leave Sagie’s BBF behind.
So a double adoption for two dogs who had formed a strong inseparable bond. Lots of tears of happiness because of this amazing day and most beautiful double adoption.
Thank you to Tamaryn and her hubby for being absolute gems and seeing that the bond that Sagie and Nova share could not be broken💖💗💖💗
On Womans Day we celebrated the homing of 3 special babies, all recently flown up from Cape Town. What a fabulous day for us at Husky Rescue 😁.
Delectable Evie found her forever home with the fabulous Gillispie family. Homings have been difficult lately so today was just extraordinary.
Thank you all for the continuous support.
By Ian Jones is feeling shocked.
Ok so I thought yesterday was going to be my problem day, little did I know what lay in store today. Without going into the politics or judging too harshly we had been alerted to the plight of a bunch of huskies in an informal settlement north of Pretoria. Nothing could have prepared me for what I found when I got there.
Not only were there 5 adult huskies and 4 other adult dogs but there were 5 puppies living in the most terrible conditions and they are only 5 weeks old. All 14 of them living in an area 4m by 4m and in their own filth. Luckily we had been able to convince the owner to surrender them all to us so I loaded the pups in a box and all 5 of the adult huskies in the back of the car and set off to the vet.
The pups have been checked out and are now with Jacqueline our amazing foster mom. They will be available for adoption in a few weeks time.
The adults are are all at Husky Rescue and although they were very nervous they thought they were in heaven to have real grass to run on and straw for beds. Feeding time was a scrap and difficult to manage but they will settle down soon. They haven’t had a life up to now but we promised them that from today they will.
Please contact Husky Rescue if you are interested in adopting any of them firstname.lastname@example.org
As always we are going to have expenses with all these dogs so donations will be gratefully accepted to the normal Husky Rescue account, please use the reference “puppies”:
Account name: Husky Rescue SA
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch: Cape Gate
Branch Code: 02 39 10
Account number: 271474092