Bank shows softer, protective side

Bank shows softer, protective side

BANK Windhoek has donated N$15 000 in support of the Cat Protection Society in Windhoek.

“These funds will be used to sufficiently look after cats and kittens until the Society has found a caring home for them,” said Lizette Strydom of the Cat Protection Society. The Bank further demonstrated its support by sponsoring the Cat Protection Society’s fun cat show, which will take place at the Delta Primary School in Windhoek on Saturday morning.According to Strydom, the annual cat show is the Society’s main fundraising activity.”We are proud to be associated with the cat show that aims to create increased awareness about the Society and the important role that they are playing in Namibia,” stressed James Hill, Managing Director of Bank Windhoek.Bank Windhoek recognises that the Cat Protection Society plays a critical role in caring for cats that have been neglected or that are lost.The Society aims to protect and enhance the welfare of cats, educate the public about responsible cat ownership and encourage community understanding of the issues surrounding the care and management of cats.The Cat Protection Society solely depends on financial support from the business community and on funds donated by the Namibian public.For more information about the Cat Protection Society cat show, please call (061) 22 3475 or (061) 24 1938.Entry forms for the show are available at all veterinarians or at Typoprint in Windhoek.The Bank further demonstrated its support by sponsoring the Cat Protection Society’s fun cat show, which will take place at the Delta Primary School in Windhoek on Saturday morning.According to Strydom, the annual cat show is the Society’s main fundraising activity.”We are proud to be associated with the cat show that aims to create increased awareness about the Society and the important role that they are playing in Namibia,” stressed James Hill, Managing Director of Bank Windhoek.Bank Windhoek recognises that the Cat Protection Society plays a critical role in caring for cats that have been neglected or that are lost.The Society aims to protect and enhance the welfare of cats, educate the public about responsible cat ownership and encourage community understanding of the issues surrounding the care and management of cats. The Cat Protection Society solely depends on financial support from the business community and on funds donated by the Namibian public.For more information about the Cat Protection Society cat show, please call (061) 22 3475 or (061) 24 1938.Entry forms for the show are available at all veterinarians or at Typoprint in Windhoek.

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