Local NPO “Cats of Durban” aims to raise awareness about stray and feral cats, and the need to trap and sterilise them in order to reduce the number of abandoned and unwanted kittens.
They aim to raise funds to pay for the sterilisation of KZN’s ever-expanding feral cat population. They also promote the benefits of a well-managed feral cat colony, which plays a big part in vermin and rodent control.
To support this, Compass Cares, the CSI arm of Compass Medical Waste Services, has produced a stunning, A3 wall calendar featuring gorgeous feral or previously stray cats. All money raised goes towards Cats of Durban’s sterilisation costs, which equates to approximately R500 per cat.
To purchase your Compass Cares “Cats of Durban” 2018 kitten edition wall calendar for R150 (excluding postage), contact Dianne on 031 267 9700; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also available from Cotswolds Caltex, Everton Vet, Mazarat Animal Rescue, Muddy Dog, Scribbles, Village Vet, Kloof and Winston Park Vet.Tags: Cats of Durban, Compass Cares, Compass Medical Waste Services, Non-profit