We had quite a number of cats brought in during the month, dogs were also brought and we are desperate to find homes for both the dogs and the cats. So, if anyone is looking for a nice dog or cat, please call us on 0733 728 356 and book an appointment for a visit.
One very sad case we received during our daily duties at KSPCA is of a dog which was thrown down from the 3rd floor of a house in Kisauni by a neighbour. When we questioned the owner, he said that, the dog lives on the balcony and he sometimes locks it up during the day. He said that the neighbour had in several occasions complained about his dog barking all the time. He also said that he had been to Nyali police and reported the matter. The dog was admitted at the shelter and upon examination by our vet, it was found to have injured both his front legs. The next day he was taken for x-ray and unfortunately his right leg had a fracture. We tried to contact the owner on several occasions so the vet can discuss the treatment with not much success. The dog is now with the Isapet vet clinic recovering from the trauma.
In other news…
We haven’t had any cases of rabid dogs being brought in recently but please do make sure that all your dogs and cats vaccinations are up to date.
There were no slaughter houses visited during the month.
Due to the Covid-19 situation, the hotels nearby are closed therefore we are not getting any leftover foods so we are having to buy dogs and cats food. Our appreciation and grateful thanks to all the members and supporters who continue to send us donations. It is really good to know that so many care and we hope to continue the Society’s work which is important to the well being of not only the animals we rescue but for the communities at large. We also want to thank Coast Anglo Meats company at Ratna Square, Nyali who sell us mince meat at a reduced rate which all helps to keep the animals fed.
Without your support KSPCA would not be able to house, feed, vaccinate, neuter or find homes for all the animals, which pass through its doors. We would not be able to investigate the many reports of cruelty, which we continue to receive day after day.
Again our sincere thanks to you ALL