Another busy month with 23 dogs and 57 cats being admitted. We had one little dog brought in that had half its left front leg missing. She is less than 6 months old. She was very weak and malnourished but she has now put on weight and is looking and we amputated her leg just a week ago and she is doing very well indeed. 52 dogs and 63 cats were treated. A total of 21 dogs and 29 cats were neutered. 13 dogs and 13 cats were re-homed. We are extremely grateful to Loki Ventures (Petstore) and Petzone for donations of dog and cat food. Our cats just love the cat biscuits and they think that Christmas has arrived early and every evening when we lock up they wait for their hand out of biscuits!
We have two fund raising events coming up. The first one is the Goat Derby on the 10th October down in Diani. This is organized by Pauline McKenzie for the EAWL and the proceeds go to about 8 different charities, KSPCA being one of them. Then on the 20th November Bodyworx and Bahari Beach Hotel are having the KSPCA Winterlicious Craft fair & Farmers Market – trying to make it a bit different this year.
The rain seems to have disappeared and the weather is heating up. The grounds are looking nice as everything is still green. We are waiting for a quotation from the Electrician for new wiring for the Clinic and we seriously need some funding for repairs to our kennels.
Our vehicle is running well but we seriously need some new tyres
No slaughter houses were visited during the month.
The Mombasa staff continue to work well and Dr. Peter Gitau comes every Monday and Friday to work in our Clinic but we also take any sick animals that need attention to his Clinic on other days of the week.