We want the Department of Public Works in Cape Town, South Africa, to acknowledge our centre and the good work we do. We request them to give us a stand alone lease and not put our lot 25 and a portion of 57 out to tender, as we do not have the capacity to tender against wealthy individuals or corporations.
Why is this important?
We are the only seal rescue and rehabilitation centre in the Western Cape. The work we do saves the lives of the Cape Fur Seal. The centre has been going for 20 years and we are desperate to keep it going so that we can continue caring for the sick and injured seals.