Animals have been part of the Kasisi household for years. However, our faithful companions are not only there for ornamental reasons.
Fred is not a typical cuddly dog, but a slayer of dangerous snakes. It is difficult to count all the battles he has waged with cobras and black mambas in defence of Kasisi’s residents. Several times he barely got out of a duel alive.
Maja usually keeps watch near the main gate. It is from her that we first know if someone is approaching.
The black labrador named Bella. When she is not sleeping she arouses the respect of every new guest who arrives in Kasisi. However, the first impression is her only defensive trait, because it is enough to see how carefree she is playing with the children in the yard to forget that she could do anyone any harm.
The self-proclaimed queen of all the animals in Kasisi is Sabrina – a red cat who likes to look down on everything.
Kasisi’s pets play many roles. From providing protection or at least looking defensive, to teaching our children about responsibility for their faithful companions. They also play the role of friends for our children, especially those who have difficulty forming relationships.
To ensure the well-being of our pets, for whom the whole Kasisi family is crazy and without whom the children cannot imagine their HOME, you will find a special product on the shelves of our pantry from today – food for our pets. We promise that in the case of Bella the rations will be controlled! Despite being on a constant diet, more and more children are able to cuddle up to our “little one” at the same time.
What do you say? Shall we go shopping to help Kasisi look after the family pets?
Eva and James are our medical students – talented, hardworking and grateful for every little support. They know that thanks to you they have been given a life opportunity. Now they can lead their lives as they dreamed of.
Today we ask you to join the fundraiser for the next semester of their studies. Curriculum – not funding – should be the only thing for our children to worry about. Let’s make sure they have a place in the medical world!