Animal’s Feelings Poster, English download
Animal’s Feelings Poster, English download
Master copy for download and self printing You can print multiple copies A1 size, 300dpi, CMYK colour English   Alternatively - Printed, laminated posters are available for collection at R360   
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5 Freedoms Poster, Setswana download
5 Freedoms Poster, Setswana download

Master copy for printing

CMYK, A1, 300dpi

Covers the five freedoms for animals.

Setswana

Printed posters are available for collection at R360 each - A1, good quality thick paper - laminated.

 

The Five Freedoms are internationally accepted standards of care that affirm every living being's right to humane treatment.

The Five Freedoms ensure that we meet the mental and physical needs of animals in our care:

  1. Freedom from hunger and thirst by ready access to fresh water and diet to maintain health and vigour. This must be specific to the animal. For example, puppies, adult dogs, pregnant cats, and senior cats all need different types of food provided on different schedules.
  2. Freedom from discomfort by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area. This means you should provide soft bedding and an area with appropriate temperature, noise levels, and access to natural light. If an animal is outside, it must have shelter from the elements as well as appropriate food and water bowls that will not freeze or tip over.
  3. Freedom from pain, injury, or disease by prevention or rapid diagnosis and treatment. This includes vaccinating animals, monitoring animals, physical health, treating any injuries and providing appropriate medications.
  4. Freedom to express normal behaviour by providing sufficient space, proper facilities, and company of the animal's own kind. Animals need to be able to interact with — or avoid — others of their own kind as desired. They must be able to stretch every part of their body (from nose to tail), and run, jump, and play. This can be particularly challenging when animals are housed in individual kennels.
  5. Freedom from fear and distress by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering. The mental health of an animal is just as important as its physical health — as psychological stress can quickly transition into physical illness. These conditions can be achieved by preventing overcrowding and providing sufficient enrichment and safe hiding spaces.' -animal humane society

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5 Freedoms Poster, Sesotho download
5 Freedoms Poster, Sesotho download

Master copy for printing

CMYK, A1, 300dpi

Covers the five freedoms for animals.

Sesotho

Printed posters are available for collection at R360 each - A1, good quality thick paper - laminated.

The Five Freedoms are internationally accepted standards of care that affirm every living being's right to humane treatment.

The Five Freedoms ensure that we meet the mental and physical needs of animals in our care:

  1. Freedom from hunger and thirst by ready access to fresh water and diet to maintain health and vigour. This must be specific to the animal. For example, puppies, adult dogs, pregnant cats, and senior cats all need different types of food provided on different schedules.
  2. Freedom from discomfort by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area. This means you should provide soft bedding and an area with appropriate temperature, noise levels, and access to natural light. If an animal is outside, it must have shelter from the elements as well as appropriate food and water bowls that will not freeze or tip over.
  3. Freedom from pain, injury, or disease by prevention or rapid diagnosis and treatment. This includes vaccinating animals, monitoring animals, physical health, treating any injuries and providing appropriate medications.
  4. Freedom to express normal behaviour by providing sufficient space, proper facilities, and company of the animal's own kind. Animals need to be able to interact with — or avoid — others of their own kind as desired. They must be able to stretch every part of their body (from nose to tail), and run, jump, and play. This can be particularly challenging when animals are housed in individual kennels.
  5. Freedom from fear and distress by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering. The mental health of an animal is just as important as its physical health — as psychological stress can quickly transition into physical illness. These conditions can be achieved by preventing overcrowding and providing sufficient enrichment and safe hiding spaces.' -animal humane society

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5 Freedoms Poster, isiZulu download
5 Freedoms Poster, isiZulu download

Master copy for printing

CMYK, A1, 300dpi

Covers the five freedoms for animals.

isiZulu

The Five Freedoms are internationally accepted standards of care that affirm every living being's right to humane treatment.

The Five Freedoms ensure that we meet the mental and physical needs of animals in our care:

  1. Freedom from hunger and thirst by ready access to fresh water and diet to maintain health and vigour. This must be specific to the animal. For example, puppies, adult dogs, pregnant cats, and senior cats all need different types of food provided on different schedules.
  2. Freedom from discomfort by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area. This means you should provide soft bedding and an area with appropriate temperature, noise levels, and access to natural light. If an animal is outside, it must have shelter from the elements as well as appropriate food and water bowls that will not freeze or tip over.
  3. Freedom from pain, injury, or disease by prevention or rapid diagnosis and treatment. This includes vaccinating animals, monitoring animals, physical health, treating any injuries and providing appropriate medications.
  4. Freedom to express normal behaviour by providing sufficient space, proper facilities, and company of the animal's own kind. Animals need to be able to interact with — or avoid — others of their own kind as desired. They must be able to stretch every part of their body (from nose to tail), and run, jump, and play. This can be particularly challenging when animals are housed in individual kennels.
  5. Freedom from fear and distress by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering. The mental health of an animal is just as important as its physical health — as psychological stress can quickly transition into physical illness. These conditions can be achieved by preventing overcrowding and providing sufficient enrichment and safe hiding spaces.' -animal humane society

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5 Freedoms Poster, isiXhosa download
5 Freedoms Poster, isiXhosa download

Master copy for printing

CMYK, A1, 300dpi

Covers the five freedoms for animals.

isiXhosa

The Five Freedoms are internationally accepted standards of care that affirm every living being's right to humane treatment.

The Five Freedoms ensure that we meet the mental and physical needs of animals in our care:

  1. Freedom from hunger and thirst by ready access to fresh water and diet to maintain health and vigour. This must be specific to the animal. For example, puppies, adult dogs, pregnant cats, and senior cats all need different types of food provided on different schedules.
  2. Freedom from discomfort by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area. This means you should provide soft bedding and an area with appropriate temperature, noise levels, and access to natural light. If an animal is outside, it must have shelter from the elements as well as appropriate food and water bowls that will not freeze or tip over.
  3. Freedom from pain, injury, or disease by prevention or rapid diagnosis and treatment. This includes vaccinating animals, monitoring animals, physical health, treating any injuries and providing appropriate medications.
  4. Freedom to express normal behaviour by providing sufficient space, proper facilities, and company of the animal's own kind. Animals need to be able to interact with — or avoid — others of their own kind as desired. They must be able to stretch every part of their body (from nose to tail), and run, jump, and play. This can be particularly challenging when animals are housed in individual kennels.
  5. Freedom from fear and distress by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering. The mental health of an animal is just as important as its physical health — as psychological stress can quickly transition into physical illness. These conditions can be achieved by preventing overcrowding and providing sufficient enrichment and safe hiding spaces.' -animal humane society

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5 Freedoms Poster, Afrikaans download
5 Freedoms Poster, Afrikaans download

Master copy for printing

CMYK, A1, 300dpi

Covers the five freedoms for animals.

Afrikaans

The Five Freedoms are internationally accepted standards of care that affirm every living being's right to humane treatment.

The Five Freedoms ensure that we meet the mental and physical needs of animals in our care:

  1. Freedom from hunger and thirst by ready access to fresh water and diet to maintain health and vigour. This must be specific to the animal. For example, puppies, adult dogs, pregnant cats, and senior cats all need different types of food provided on different schedules.
  2. Freedom from discomfort by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area. This means you should provide soft bedding and an area with appropriate temperature, noise levels, and access to natural light. If an animal is outside, it must have shelter from the elements as well as appropriate food and water bowls that will not freeze or tip over.
  3. Freedom from pain, injury, or disease by prevention or rapid diagnosis and treatment. This includes vaccinating animals, monitoring animals, physical health, treating any injuries and providing appropriate medications.
  4. Freedom to express normal behaviour by providing sufficient space, proper facilities, and company of the animal's own kind. Animals need to be able to interact with — or avoid — others of their own kind as desired. They must be able to stretch every part of their body (from nose to tail), and run, jump, and play. This can be particularly challenging when animals are housed in individual kennels.
  5. Freedom from fear and distress by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering. The mental health of an animal is just as important as its physical health — as psychological stress can quickly transition into physical illness. These conditions can be achieved by preventing overcrowding and providing sufficient enrichment and safe hiding spaces.' -animal humane society

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5 Freedoms poster, English download
5 Freedoms poster, English download
Master copy for printing CMYK, A1, 300dpi Covers the five freedoms for animals. English The Five Freedoms are internationally accepted standards of care that affirm every living being's right to humane treatment. The Five Freedoms ensure that we meet the mental and physical needs of animals in our care:
  1. Freedom from hunger and thirst by ready access to fresh water and diet to maintain health and vigour. This must be specific to the animal. For example, puppies, adult dogs, pregnant cats, and senior cats all need different types of food provided on different schedules.
  2. Freedom from discomfort by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area. This means you should provide soft bedding and an area with appropriate temperature, noise levels, and access to natural light. If an animal is outside, it must have shelter from the elements as well as appropriate food and water bowls that will not freeze or tip over.
  3. Freedom from pain, injury, or disease by prevention or rapid diagnosis and treatment. This includes vaccinating animals, monitoring animals, physical health, treating any injuries and providing appropriate medications.
  4. Freedom to express normal behaviour by providing sufficient space, proper facilities, and company of the animal's own kind. Animals need to be able to interact with — or avoid — others of their own kind as desired. They must be able to stretch every part of their body (from nose to tail), and run, jump, and play. This can be particularly challenging when animals are housed in individual kennels.
  5. Freedom from fear and distress by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering. The mental health of an animal is just as important as its physical health — as psychological stress can quickly transition into physical illness. These conditions can be achieved by preventing overcrowding and providing sufficient enrichment and safe hiding spaces.' -animal humane society
 
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Lucky’s colouring book, English download
Lucky’s colouring book, English download
Master Copy A4 PDF download Black & white 20 pages 300 dpi Pet care topics include grooming, vet checkup, food & water, shelter, exercise, sterilising, love and care, comfort and safety. Each page has a line to fill in an emergency animal welfare number, filling it in will ensure the children remember it and are able to call when they are concerned about their own pet or witness neglect and cruelty. English
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Pet Care Holiday Bundle, English download
Pet Care Holiday Bundle, English download
5 x A4 pg printable PDF. Five Freedoms for Animals, Animals have feelings too!, Holiday Pet Sitter, Crackers & Holiday decorations are dangerous, Fireworks scare animals. Black and white colouring pages. English
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Pet Care Holiday Bundle, Setswana download
Pet Care Holiday Bundle, Setswana download
5 x A4 pg printable PDF. Five Freedoms for Animals, Animals have feelings too!, Holiday Pet Sitter, Crackers & Holiday decorations are dangerous, Fireworks scare animals. Black and white colouring pages. Setswana.
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Pet Care Holiday Bundle, Sesotho download
Pet Care Holiday Bundle, Sesotho download
5 x A4 pg printable PDF. Five Freedoms for Animals, Animals have feelings too!, Holiday Pet Sitter, Crackers & Holiday decorations are dangerous, Fireworks scare animals. Black and white colouring pages. Sesotho
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