PETS aka Pets Empowerment in Townships, is an organsiation that works with township communities to improve the lives of disadvantaged animals. They provide daily meals, shelters, inoculations, sterilisations, vet care and even rehome unwanted and neglected animals. I have such admiration for the work that they do, and the strength of character it must take to deal with difficult situations daily.

They are especially close to my heart as my rescue pup, Dakota Storm, a pitbull, was adopted through them when she was 2.5 months old. She has enriched my life and I am very grateful to them.

These are the details of a fundraiser that they are doing on Wednesday, please support them if you can. They do wonderful things.

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