WHO IS THE ANIMAL RESCUE ORGANISATION?
The Animal Rescue Organisation (ARO) is a registered NGO (003-967-NPO), established in 1986 to relieve the suffering of animals living within indigent communities across the Cape Metropole. ARO is not a pet shelter, but is a welfare veterinary hospital service concentrating on a number of important areas of work including sterilisation and primary health care.
ARO’s veterinary mandate is managed by Senior Veterinarian Dr Reuben Kotze. ARO sends out mobile clinics, run by registered and experienced AWA’s (Animal Welfare Assistants) into extremely poor and indigent communities including informal settlements including, but not limited to, Guguletu, Nyanga, Delft, Browns Farm and similar areas within the wider Cape Metropole. Please refer to ARO’s hospital page to see the mobile clinic rosters.
In addition, ARO runs a fully equipped welfare hospital at 5 Olieboom Road, Ottery providing a welfare service to members of the public earning less than R15 000 gross monthly household income.
RAISING FUNDS FOR ARO IN 2019
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ARO is a member of the Cape Animal Welfare Forum (CAWF)
ARO CHARITY SHOPS
Bergvliet Charity Shop:
Situated 51 Main Road (next to Babygoaround) Cape Town 021 715 7525. Open weekly 9h30 to 16h30 and Saturdays 9h00-13h00.
Kalk Bay Charity Shop:
On the Main Road in Kalk Bay, opposite the Trading Post, turn into Belmont Road. ARO’s charity shop is situated opposite PAPAGAYA in Belmont Road.
Open daily including weekends and public holidays. For more information contact Geraldine 082 805 5005 or the shop on 021-7881195; open 9.30am – 4pm
We welcome all donations of saleable household goods including furniture, books, linen and bric-a- brac. Antiques and kids items always welcome. Please no broken appliances or furniture as it is unsellable and wastes valuable resources. No medicine as it costs us to dispose of it. All donations can be dropped off directly at the shop or we will gladly come and collect. Please call Chantal 021 3965511/0828365880 firstname.lastname@example.org