This is a plead for RETREAT TO EDEN.
Enter Retreat 2 Eden, an Eastern Cape rescue center which rehabilitates and re-homes, where
possible, police dogs which have been retired from active service.
“Obviously when a dog reaches the age of 11, it is really hard to find a furever home,
especially if the dog has medical problems – which many former service dogs do,” Johann
Wilhelm, founder and owner of Retreat 2 Eden, explains.
“In many cases, the dogs are just too aggressive, so we work with them until we can
integrate them with our other waifs, strays and rescues and let them live out their golden
days on the farm.”
Please help us help Johann and Lynne Allison Wilhelm who are dedicating their whole lives to
look after abandoned animals. They are growing by the day with more stray dogs being
found and are running out of resources. Buying food, setting up building enclosures and
putting up proper fencing is an expensive task. They are trying their best to accommodate
more animals but are running out of options. Some dogs need to be kept in kennels until
Johann is confident that they will be okay with the other dogs, they need to build suitable
enclosures. Any donations would be greatly appreciated.
Let’s help them help those who cannot help themselves.
Please visit their Facebook “Retreat to Eden” to see how wonderful they are and how they
interact with the dogs.
Retreat 2 Eden operates under the registered name of eMthunzini, a registered non-profit trust. We seek to assist in the healing of abused and hurting animals and people. We are based on a small farm outside Port Alfred, the Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Email: [email protected]
Cellphone: 072 966 7692 (Johann) / 072 388 9054 (Lynne)
Account Number: 200 758 6134
Branch Code: 107 410
eMthunzini Trust (IT 112/2005) - Retreat 2 Eden