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TEARS Success with GlobalGiving Project

TEARS Animal Rescue is working as a part of the GlobalGiving community to help alleviate misery for animals in Cape Town. Thanks to the donations and efforts of many of our supporters, we are proud to now be a vetted non-profit. By being vetted by GlobalGiving, we hope to be able to reach much larger…

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Announcing the TEARS 2020 Calendar

The TEARS 2020 Calendar has gone to print and is available for pre-order! This year we were very fortunate to partner with Ingrid Alice Irsigler, renowned fashion and advertising photographer, and her incredible team. The calendar features some of South Africa’s most talented models and our very own cats and dogs. The calendar shoot took…

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Humane Education Collaboration Between Adopt A Pet and TEARS Animal Rescue Sees 15 Children Enjoy an Outing to the Beach While Learning About the Enivronment

On Saturday 19th January, 15 kids from Freedom Park Informal Settlement in Ottery enjoyed an outing to Sonwabi Beach, Strandfontein, which included a lunch. This was part of a joint Humane Education collaboration between Cicely Blumberg of Adopt a Pet and Marilyn Hoole of TEARS Animal Rescue. Marilyn rescues many Kelp Gulls along this stretch…

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TEARS Animal Rescue Staff Involved in a Vehicle Accident

Cape Town ~ TEARS Animal Rescue General Manager, Bianca Bresler has announced that TEARS Animal Rescue Mobile Clinic was involved in a collision with another vehicle yesterday afternoon, with two staff members sustaining injuries. The TEARS Mobile Clinic was on the way back to the TEARS Veterinary Clinic, having collected injured and ill animals from…

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TEARS Animal Rescue Announces Annual General Results

TEARS ANIMAL RESCUE ANNOUNCES ANNUAL GENERAL RESULTS The TEARS Animal Rescue Board is pleased to report that the organisation has recorded a healthier financial outlook at the end of its current financial year, despite the economic challenges it experienced this time last year. Says TEARS Animal Rescue Board Chairman, Ian Reid, “ We’ve seen a…

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