NCat is selling beautiful mugs! The sales proceeds will help us to continue the work that we do.
We currently have 5 different colours, and 6 unique designs. All our designs were made by Annita, one of our own. We have chosen an appropriate quote to go with each design.
To order: Please WhatsApp Kobus at 0820512241 (This number does not work for normal phone calls). We will discuss particulars there. We do not offer online payment facilities yet, but plan to integrate payment into Payfast into the near future.
The pictures above may be a bit difficult to read, so here is one of them in larger format:
The inscriptions are, from top left to bottom right:
- The smallest feline is a masterpiece
- To err is human, to purr is feline
- What greater gift than the love of a cat
- Cats are connoisseurs of comfort
- There are no ordinary cats
- Time spent with cats is never wasted
Donate to NCat
Thank you for helping us to keep helping them.
We are happy to announce that we have been verified by Payfast and you can now donate to NCat using your credit card by visiting our donation page.
We – and cats across our land – are most grateful to you!
Name of account: NCat
Bank: First National Bank
Branch: Wierda Valley
Branch code: 260950
Current account no: 62362218440
Reference: Your name and the project you wish to support
You can also donate money to NCat via Payfast by going to our donation page and clicking on the button of your choice.
What are our objectives?
We have two main objectives:
Primary objective: To help existing cat-care organisations and individuals countrywide do more of what they are already doing.
In other words, we do not care for cats directly ourselves, but aim rather to help those organisations already doing the work to rescue more cats, feed more cats, sterilise more cats, and home more cats.
We do this by providing them not only with funds - which are distributed carefully and systematically - but also by helping them gain access to resources such as information, veterinary services, traps, and catfood.
Secondary objective: To train and employ - and therefore empower - previously disadvantaged individuals, e.g. as feral trappers.