Jenique’s generosity brings joy to her feline friends

Jenique Botha, a compassionate and dedicated 20-year-old student from the North-West University (NWU), recently made a heart-warming gesture by donating cat food at the Cat Shack and Edenvale Ferals.

Known for its exceptional boarding services for cats when their owners are away, the Cat Shack goes above and beyond by actively participating in cat and kitten rescue and rehoming within the community.

Edenvale Ferals has created a sanctuary for over 700 cats, ensuring that they have access to food and shelter. The feral cats are also humanely captured, sterilised, and treated for any underlying diseases or health issues.

Jenique's contribution to this noble cause not only showcases her love for animals, but also highlights her commitment to making a positive impact in the lives of those in need. She says that she and her modelling school delivered 100 kg cat food, which will be used to feed feral cats in their area as well as the cats at the Cat Shack.

She is also actively involved at Edenvale Ferals, as they are heavily reliant on volunteers to look after the feral cats in their care.

Jenique also donated clothing, accessories and toys at the Tails and Whiskers Charity Shop. The funds generated from selling these items are then used to purchase food for the animals they care for.

“My wish is that all homeless cats and kittens can be adopted into loving and caring homes,” she says.


One paw at a time: Jenique Botha brings joy to feline friends at the Cat Shack.

Submitted on Fri, 07/14/2023 - 14:59