Dog project needs kennels

2015-11-10 06:00
Jenny Koningkramer with one of their dogs in her care. Photo: supplied

Jenny Koningkramer with one of their dogs in her care. Photo: supplied

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JENNY Konigkramer from Inanda Dog Project is in desperate need of dog kennels at this time of the year when the summer sun beats down, and asks the community to assist in this regard.

“I love helping these helpless animals, it is as though my calling has been answered when I see them full, happy and sheltered.
Koningkramer drives through the township and every person waves at her and asks for animal feed, often donated by appeals for assistance and by businesses through word-of-mouth requests, which she dishes out.
The mother of three said getting retrenched as a sales manager a few years ago was actually a blessing in disguise.
“I should have been offering my services to those who needed it long ago, however, I only realised my calling later on in life,” she said.
“I love helping these animals. I would never be able to eat at night knowing they are starving.”
Koningkramer said her love for animals developed when she was a little girl, as her mother bred German Shepherds.
“I have always been an animal lover, and by the grace of God I will continue to help them in any way I can.”
Koningkramer said that in the ever-changing economy and with the prices of commodities raising, her donations are beginning to deplete and asks the community for assistance.
“I really need the assistance of the public to sustain my feeding programme. I require dog and cat food and even chicken feed.
“Financial support will also be welcome. There is always an animal that needs love and a meal, and my goal is to help them and bring back that wag to their tail.”
To assist Koningkramer, call 084 592 9065.


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