Felidae Centre is a registered non-profit organisation. We are extremely grateful for any amount received.
Bank: Standard Bank
Account No: 040083829
Branch: Kimberley (050002)
Paypal (coming soon)
Whether companies or individuals, are entitled to a deduction from taxable income – Donors qualify for a Section 18A certificate.
Our monthly donors get something extra special.
As we are a non-profit organization which strives to keep the animals healthy and happy we need your help with the following items:
With about 20 animals that get food daily out of these bowls we need to make sure they are hygienically clean and not broken.
Our Bat-eared fox family live mostly on the pellets and they refuse to eat anything els than Montego.
We are a home to 2 vervet monkeys which is getting a very healthy bowl of food twice a day. This consist only of fresh vegetables and fruits.
We need big quantity of whole chicken and body parts of chicken such as chicken legs, heads, necks, drum sticks, wings and liver. These are mainly use to balance our the calcium in our animals with the meat carcasses and helping the animals building up a healthy and strong bone system.
Almost all our animals on the farm only eat meat which make the meat quantity a month quite high. These animals only get fresh food and most is being fed daily. For any dead animals please phone as we will come and collect it.
Items like cement, bricks, wooden poles, wire etc. We are currently busy in rebuilding and enlarging all our enclosures and we need these stuff to make it save and special to each species.
Spade/Shovels, Rake, Wooden saws, Scissors, Garden forks, Wheelbarrows. This is so keep enclosures clean and neat.
Electrical equipment like hand drills, screwdrivers, hammers, screwdrivers, plyers, drill bits etc.
Syringes (5ml, 10 ml, 20 ml), needles, thermometer, stethoscope.
Knives, small axes, cutting boards, electrical scales, meat saw, cleaning equipment (cloths, steel-wool etc) etc. As we work daily and everything neat to be hygienically we need good equipment to ensure safety of workers.
Tree logs, play toys for animals (predator proof), fire buckets.
Veterinarian care when needed
Additions to ensure a comfortable lifestyle (toys, blankets, and more)
Secure and comfortable enclosures (building and restoration of enclosures)
OK so you don’t actually get to take the animal home (which would be risky for obvious reasons), but you do receive a certificate and are more than welcome to visit your adopted bundle of fur anytime!
A regular update of your adopted animal will be sent to you as well via email or phone.
Want to learn more about our volunteer program?