PLETTENBERG BAY NEWS - Local animal sanctuaries have been particularly hard hit by Covid-19 lockdown regulations with some nearing the brink of collapse while others have had to think out of the box to cushion the financial blow.
Most sanctuaries rely heavily on visits from tourists to keep afloat and with regulations up to now not catering for this, these operations have been knocked hard.
All are however adamant that they would not allow the animals they care for, to become casualties in this pandemic.
Read more in Thursday's Knysna-Plett Herald, as well as online.
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