20 March, 2015
From Chris Herbst
I hope you are all well, I am sure you are all aware by now about the announcement made by CACH, that they will soon be opening the CACH sanctuary, that will not only be a haven for rescued and injured wildlife, but also a rehabilitation and education centre. As always, at the helm of this immense project we have the inspirational pair of Chris Mercer and Bev Pervan. Two people whom on a personal level I will always look up to and respect immensely. Many of you will understand what exactly it requires, and the sheer effort needed to make a sanctuary like this a success, where the needs of the animals will always be top priority and to preserve and protect the African wildlife. The main factor as always is funds, without funding and a constant flow of income this will simply not be possible. This is our proposal on how we can assist them to succeed.
Some of you will recognize this image from when myself, little Shumba, and my team successfully summitted Kilimanjaro, new years morning 2015. This was a combined effort between myself and CACH to bring more awareness about this horrific and despicable industry, that is canned hunting. Well I am happy to announce that we are at it again, only this time it will be a bit different.
All donors will have their namesput up onto a board at the Karroo Wildlife Centre.
For more information please email Chris Herbst directly email@example.com or message him on FB