Cute Pet gives a donation to a deserving animal charity every month. The donation is paid over to the charity 60 days after the close of the competition.
Help the Port Elizabeth Animal Anti Cruelty League replace a much needed field van.
The Animal Anti-Cruelty League Port Elizabeth deal with all abuse, neglect and cruelty cases, education needs, rescue work and re-homing. Their outreach into these areas is extensive and they rely entirely on their transport vans, which are equipped as mobile clinics.
Please help to put their field team back on the road, so that they may continue to help those who cannot speak for themselves. Click here to find out more about how you can contribute.
We are Puppy SOS based in Kwa Zulu Natal. Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome abused, unwanted and homeless dogs in the KZN area.
All of our pups & dogs are in various foster homes in the Durban & Ballito area.
We are always looking for temporary foster homes to care for our pups whilst they wait for a new home.Due to the areas that are pups come from, most are sick and often need treatment and special diets.
Visit their Facebook page to find out more.
African Tails was set up in December 2006. This charity operates on the dusty streets of Du Noon and Joe Slovo townships in Cape Town, where African Tails strives to curb the over-population and suffering of abused and neglected township dogs.
African Tails has sterilised in excess of 8,200 animals and receive calls for help on a daily basis from pet owners in townships, to assist when animals have been injured or are sick. The charity is also involved on educating the urban public about sterilization. Visit their website www.africantails.co.za to find out more.
Thank you to all those that participated in May’s competition. Cute Pet raised R3,000 for African Tails.
Mdzananda Animal Clinic was founded in 1996 in response to the need to provide veterinary care to a fast growing community that had no access to help for their animals. Today the clinic serves up to 1,000 animals per month through consultations, surgery, hospitalization, x-rays and mobile clinics for sick and injured animals, primarily dogs and cats.
It all started with a community hero who wanted to help his neighbours pets. Mr Jo from the Khayelitsha pushed a trolley and water bucket around the community, bathing and feeding community pets. Visit their website www.mdzananda.co.za/ to find out more. Thank you to all those that participated in April’s competition. Cute Pet raised R3,000 for Mdzananda Animal Clinic.
Wollies Animal Project focuses on sterilization and re-homing. Their motto has always been to educate and help prevent unwanted litters. In doing so they are saving thousands of lives’ and helping to prevent neglect, abuse and abandonment of animals.
The project is on-going and every week their dedicated volunteers transport animals to their vet to be sterilised. Visit their website www.wollies.org to find out more.
Thank you to all those that participated in March’s competition. Cute Pet raised R3,000 for Wollies Animal Project.
Dogtown SA are a team of qualified animal behaviorists and trainers, dedicated to helping misunderstood dogs, become the dogs we all know they can be.
The focus is to help dogs that need their specific expertise and Dogtown SA take in dogs from other rescue centres who are struggling to home them because of a behaviour or medical problems. Visit their website at www.barkingmad.co.za
Thank you to all those that participated in February’s competition. Cute Pet raised R3,000 for Dog Town.
Wetnose Animal Rescue Centre is a registered “right to life” organisation that is involved in the rehabilitation of abandoned , neglected and abused animals. Wet Nose Animal Rescue Centre was opened in April 1999 because of the belief that all animals deserve a second chance in life and that healthy animals should not be killed just because they are unwanted.
A safe haven had to be opened for these precious babies where they stand a chance of getting a new loving home. SMS Nose to 40131 to donate R20. Visit their website at www.wetnose.org.za
Thank you to all those that participated in January’s competition. Cute Pet raised R2,500 for Wet Nose Animal Rescue Centre.
The Underdog Project is an Animal Assisted Therapy Non-Profit Organization based in Cape Town, South Africa.
Thank you to all those that participated in December’s competition. Cute Pet raised R2,500 for The Underdog Project
In our 3rd competition Cute Pet is giving away a percentage of voting revenue to the Society for Animals in Distress.
The Society for Animals in Distress provides professional veterinary care that is built on a foundation of focused animal care education in marginalized communities. Heavily invested in education and community engagement
Find out more about their good work on their website.
Thank you to all those that participated in November’s competition. Cute Pet raised R2,500 for SAID
In our 2nd competition Cute Pet is giving away a percentage of voting revenue to the SAMREC – SA Marine Rehabilitation & Education Centre.
SAMREC’s mission is to rescue tired, dehydrated and injured marine birdlife that become stranded on our shores. It is estimated that in the last 50 years, the African penguin population has declined by 91%, leaving an estimated total population of 45 000 individuals. Researchers have predicted that this species will be extinct in the wild by 2025, making our work incredibly important.
Find out more about their good work on their website.
Thank you to all those that participated in October’s competition. Cute Pet raised R2,000 for SAMREC.
In our 1st competition Cute Pet is giving away a percentage of voting revenue to the Port Elizabeth’s Save a Pet.
Save-a-Pet is a non-profit organisation that cares for unwanted and abused animals. We do not put any animal down that we have a chance of rehabilitating and hope to find loving, caring homes for all of our special residents.
Please donate R10. SMS ‘Pet’ to 38841
Find out more about their good work on their Facebook page.
Thank you to all those that participated in September’s competition. Cute Pet raised R1,600 for Save-A-Pet.