Ferals (TNR)

But for the irresponsibility of man, abandoned / feral cats would not exist.

It is not then our collective responsibility to take care of them?

Founded by Joanne  Kontaxopoulos-Rabe in May 2017, Harties Feral Cat Rescue is 100% volunteer run, a registered non-profit, public benefit organisation devoted to stop the uncontrolled breeding of free-roaming cats.

We are a pro-life foundation, our vision is to live in a community where no kittens are born on the street and where no free-roaming cat go wanting food, water and shelter.

To reach our vision, our mission is to improve the lives of feral cats and eliminate the suffering of uncontrolled breeding by humanely trapping, neutering and returning (TNR) them to their outdoor homes.

Harties Feral Cats Rescue volunteers work in strict accordance with the globally accepted Trap Neuter Return (TNR) programme.

We are currently guardians to over 1200 cats dotted across the greater Hartbeespoort area, and we have neutered / spayed in excess of 4000 cats.

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Remember, every time you shop and swipe your card, with Harties Feral Cat Rescue as one of your beneficiaries, YOU make a difference in the lives of our beloved ferals and it doesn’t cost you a cent! 

There is a wide variety of retail stores where you can shop and benefit your favourite charities!

If you would like to apply for or just add us as an additional beneficiary, the application form is available here

Alternatively use your Myschool app and simply add Harties Feral Cat Rescue!


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