Kennel Building for Khayelitsha Pets on Mandela Day

The Mdzananda Animal Clinic would like to invite you to join us at our annual Kennel Building Day for Mandela Day. We would also greatly appreciate if you could share the event information with your followers, readers and listeners.

Event Information:

The Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha will be hosting its fourth annual Mandela Day Kennel Building events. To catering for both the public and for work groups two events will be hosted. The public kennel building day will take place on Saturday the 15th of July from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm while the corporate kennel building day will take place on Tuesday the 18th of July form 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Both events will take place at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic, 21297 Govan Mbeki Road, Khayelitsha.

These are fun filled events where you and your family or work group can come together and have a great team building experience while building a kennel for a township pet in need.

Wood and instruction manuals to build the kennels will be provided. Participants will need to bring a measuring tape, pencil, hammer and paint brush per person. If you wish to bring extra nails, varnish and paint they will be welcomed.

The cost to participate is R67 or R167 per person – you choose which donation you are willing to give towards covering kennel costs.

Booking is essential. Contact to book your spot. Booking closes 13 July. Space is limited.


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