Animal Welfare in Hermanus

Conservation and protection of wildlife is paramount to the people living in Hermanus and the Overberg region. The number of nature reserves in the area is testament to that. Additionally, the love and care put into maintaining the shoreline of Walker Bay is more proof of the local love for nature. When it comes to looking after the fauna – both domestic and wild – there’s Hermanus animal welfare and the centres that operate in the area.

There are a few places that play home to lost, injured and stray animals in Hermanus. The kind people who work in these centres spend their days looking after both domestic animals like cats and dogs, and wild creatures like birds and antelope. Their job is to keep the animals clean and healthy as well as to rehabilitate any that have been brought in sick, injured or abused. Once the creatures are in a fit state, the centres aim to rehome domestic pets or release the wild ones back into the nature reserves where they can live their normal lives again.

If you find a stray animal in or around the town, these centres are the place to go in order to find out where the creature came from. Animal welfare centres have the ability to scan for identity chips on domestic pets and the experts working there will know if a creature needs to be released back into the wild and where it should happen. They also have all the right contacts when it comes to nursing and healing animals that are in a bad state. You can rest assured that the animal you rescue will be treated with respect and dignity until a permanent solution can be achieved.

On the other hand, if you’re looking to bring a furry friend home with you, animal welfare is a great place to visit. These centres will always have animals in need of a good home and are more than happy to have good people adopt their rescues. Often you will need to open up your home for an inspection and prove to the centre that you are able to look after the animal properly. This is just to ensure that your new pet is the right fit for you and your family.

Hermanus animal welfare is a strong part of the community in the area. The centres work tirelessly to improve the lives of the creatures that are brought to them. Contact the facilities today to see how you can help them out.

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