Before going home, your new animal will be checked at the clinic and you will be briefed on key information such as medical history, next vaccinations due etc. Please accompany the animal to the clinic – this is important information.
If you are picking the animal from a foster home, please ask for the same information.
You should be given vaccination cards, microchip numbers and any current medication as well as an adoption contract and a receipt for the fee.
Please note that we will not be able to release an animal if the transport arrangements are unsafe.
You can expect that your new animal will need some time to settle in. Be prepared and make the process easier by bearing in mind the following advice:
We are always happy to help with advice and support. Adoption is an important contribution to the welfare of our whole community, and we greatly appreciate those who can participate.
We rely on public support to be able to continue our work. Please consider becoming a sustaining member or making any other kind of donation. It’s easy to do through www.mchanga.africa/fundraiser/56621