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2019 | SPCA rescue kitten at Bunny Park

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2019 | SPCA rescue kitten at Bunny Park

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Compassion in Action: Efforts to Rescue Wayward Kitten at Bunny Park

In the serene sanctuary that is the Bunny Park, a small, mysterious feline visitor has become the center of a tireless rescue effort. The story, as shared by Terry-Ann Diergaardt in the Benoni City Times on January 31, 2019, chronicles the community’s and SPCA’s united commitment to compassion for all creatures, great and small.

A Call for Kindness

It began with the concern of an unnamed local resident, who alerted the City Times of a black kitten—a victim of thoughtlessness—tossed over the fence and left to fend for itself amidst the park’s expanse. The individual highlighted the challenge posed by the park’s closures to public access, which hampered any attempts at rescue.

However, hope emerged from the concern and dedication of nearby friends who extended a helping hand, attempting to provide nourishment to the kitten through the park’s imposing boundaries.

“The situation of the kitten is one close to our hearts,” the resident implored in a letter to the editor. “Its plight has been shared with authorities and welfare organizations. Now, it is time for action, for mercy to be shown to this stranded soul in need of care and a loving home.”

The SPCA's Pledge

In response, the Benoni SPCA, steered by manager Vicky Finnemore, acknowledged the urgency and the rescue mission’s challenges. A campaign of several attempts to secure the kitten, approximately six to seven months old and left to the unpredictabilities of nature, had begun.

“We’ve sought it out after dusk,” Finnemore explained, “but to our dismay, capturing the elusive feline has proven arduous. We believe it has been scraping by on birds and available sustenance within the park.”

A Strategy of Hope

Armed with determination and expertise, the SPCA remains optimistic. In their care, a special cat trap was to be set, with hopes high that the young kitten would soon be within the safe confines of a compassionate environment.

“We are planning to deploy a remedy to this plight—a trap that we trust will bring an end to the kitten’s uncertain days and lead it to a future filled with nurturing attention.”

A Call to the Community

The Benoni SPCA reaches out to anyone privy to information regarding the origins of the kitten’s unfortunate journey to the Bunny Park. They encourage connection with their team at 011 894 2814, emphasizing collaborative effort as a cornerstone in safeguarding the welfare of Benoni’s animal population.

As guardians of the park’s history and its ongoing tales, we stand in solidarity with these efforts to uplift and protect every life that finds its way to our gates. We are witness to the passion that flows through our community—a stream that nourishes every creature’s right to safety and happiness.

For more details on this compassionate endeavor and to stay updated with the rescue efforts, please refer to the full article in the Benoni City Times: .

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