We had hoped to be bearers of good news in this year of 2021, but sadly the Covid-19 Pandemic continues with renewed strength, making it very difficult to predict when it will be safe for us to venture out to organize our Spay/Neuter Clinics.
On the 7th January our National Borders were closed once again, schools won’t open until February at the earliest, and our lockdown rules have been strengthened. All ‘gatherings’ have been limited to a maximum of twenty people with a strict time limit of two hours.
But all is not doom and gloom, your donations together with various local donations have covered the estimated cost of our next three Spay/Neuter Clinics. The ground work has been done for one clinic and the other two clinics are in the pipeline and we are raring to go.
Hopefully Eswatini will receive human vaccines soon and things will change for the better. Fortunately, our dedicated team carry on working in our two Shelters albeit under very difficult conditions. Spaying and Neutering all the pets we are able to re-home and treating those who come to us needing care.
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