Shocking news for South African pets

We would like to sincerely apologize to all our readers who fell for our April Fools post.

This post was done with tongue in cheek and in the hope to encourage awareness on Micro chipping. However too many people only saw the horrors of pets being taken from their homes, and for this we sincerely apologize. Please believe us that we did not intend to create harm, and clearly we did, and for this we regret posting the article.

 


All major municipalities around South Africa have agreed to be removing all dogs and cats that are not registered on their central database, as of 31 March 2016.

They will be sending out vehicles and law enforcement patrols door to door, and people who can not prove that animals are registered, will have them removed until such time as they are registered.  Pets will be returned at their own cost.

Dogs that are micro chipped with up to date contact details will be exempt from action from the various municipalities.

Please ensure your pets are registered to avoid unnecessary costs and heart ache.


 

Dogs that are micro chipped with up to date contact details will be exempt from action from the various municipalities.

Please ensure your pets are registered to avoid unnecessary costs and heart ache.


To all our readers, thank you for understanding!  Hope you had a great April Fools for 2016.
 

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