|Given that many of our rescue animals were surrendered when their owners could no longer afford to care for them, we are very concerned about the situation Lockdown has left many animals in.
Dassenberg Rescue Center began back in 2000 when we were lead to a group of horses that had been dumped and left to starve to death. This is one of the grim realities of poverty.
Lockdown has had a massively negative economic impact on South Africa and we commend the many individuals that have rolled up their sleeves to try to assist those in desperate situations.
This is not an easy time to be asking for help, but the fact remains that we cannot continue to look after these vulnerable animals and respond to the plight of animals left suffering in our communities without your support.
Any help or contribution would be so gratefully received.