ADOPTION PROCESS: 

Anyone interested in adopting a Border Collie and that has not previously owned a Collie, should please do extensive research on the breed to ensure that this is the right addition to your family.

We spend considerable time and resources in ensuring that the Collies in our care, all coming from various different backgrounds, are well cared for, exercised, groomed, trained, rehabilitated and loved. We do therefore have a few "minimum requirements" that the new home needs to meet:

* The adopted Collie must be allowed to be part of the family, have access to the house and sleep indoors.

* The adopted Collie must be fed a veterinary food (and not a supermarket brand). There are quite a few products available and not all are extremely expensive.

* The adopted Collie must receive regular, good quality flea and tick control (like Bravecto).

* The adopted Collie must be vaccinated annually.

* Depending on energy levels, the adopted Collie must be exercised at least once a day.

ADOPTING A PUPPY

* Additional to the above, we require that families adopting a puppy have someone at home at least half-day as puppies still require 3 meals a day

* Keeping your puppy mentally and physically stimulated is important to ensure your Border Collie does not become destructive and starts entertaining himself. Someone at home will allow for regular interaction and playtime

ADOPTION FEE

The adoption fee is R1250 and includes the sterilisation (for puppies mandatory at 6 months), inoculations (for puppies one or two depending on age and time with us), microchipping and deworming of the Border Collie.

 

DOGS FOR ADOPTION: 

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Nonna

DOB December 2021, female Border Collie. Nonna is a very busy little bee and needs a new home that understands the breed and knows how to direct that energy into something positive. She is good with other dogs and knows kids (we'd recommend 9 years or older). Nonna doesn't like cats. She is house-trained and walks on a lead, but does get excited so that is work-in-progress.


Sasha

DOB +/- 2018, female Border Collie (possible cross Spaniel as she has the cutest, fluffy ears). Sasha was surrendered when her owner moved to a flat. She is a bit unsure about her new surroundings and will need time to settle in. Sasha gets along with other dogs and is soft and gentle with people.
Danny Dog

DOB 10/09/2020, male Border Collie (possibly cross). Danny is a fun and playful boy, that is good with the other dogs in the group and knows children (he doesn't do cats). He loves to play fetch and would make an awesome family pet. Danny is house trained.


Bubbles

DOB +/- 2020, male Border Collie with one blue eye. Bubbles hasn't had the greatest start to life and has sadly been passed around before ending with us. He is a loving boy with loads of energy. He isn't that keen on sharing the attention and we'd prefer to home him as an only dog or with a submissive female of his size.


Cosmos (Cossy)

DOB +/- July 2021, male Border Collie with a half-mask. Cossy is an energetic, young Border Collie that loves to run and play fetch. He needs generous garden space. He is used to children (must be over 10) and gets along with other dogs, but he doesn't do cats. Cossy is house-trained and knows how to walk on a lead. He also enjoys car rides.


Rusty

DOB +/- January 2020, male Collie cross. Rusty is just such an amazing and cool dude! He is friendly and wriggly and playful and just adores children. We cannot imagine a better family addition!
Rusty was adopted in February 2022 but recently returned as his owner has fallen ill and can no longer care for him


Hunter

DOB November 2019, male Collie cross with a shiny tri-colour coat. Hunter was abandoned on a farm together with his brother Robin. He is a bit shy at first but quickly comes out of his shell. Hunter is good with children and other dogs. He is house-trained. He comes from a working background and will need a good size garden and regular exercise as he is very typical Border Collie busy!
Hunter was adopted in 2020 but recently returned as his owner has fallen ill and can no longer care for him.



Max

DOB May 2017, male red and white Border Collie. Max was surrendered with his sister Holly when their family was forced to downsize. Max has Collie nose, completely treatable with a concoction of vitamins and minerals, something we are already busy with. He is a bit of a grump with other dogs. So although he is in with the pack, we'd prefer him as an only dog or with a placid female companion. 



Marley

DOB 27/11/2017, male tri-colour Border Collie with a short tail (it was lost as a puppy). Marley's owners emigrated and could not take him along. Marley lives for his ball and Frisbee and just loves to play. He takes a moment or two to become comfortable with new people, but when he does, he readily comes for attention and a cuddle. It will take some commitment to keep him inside when the gardener comes or to keep him outside when the cleaner is there. Having said that, Marley will make an amazing watchdog as he is very protective of "his human". We'd prefer older kids for Marley. 

 PERMANENT RESIDENTS:

The following dogs are permanent residents at the shelter and not up for adoption/only able to go to very specific homes as indicated. Collies become permanent residents when their specific history and circumstance do not allow them to be homed, even after extensive rehabilitation.

For these Collies we hope to get a sponsor, someone that can help us with their food, vet and treats bill. Maybe also someone that can come and visit every now-and-again to be with their sponsored "child".

Bella - SPONSORED BY GERRIT

Bella is a 5 year old Border Collie girl that is on the upper spectrum of busy, energetic (and a little bit looney). She was adopted before, but no one can deal with her behaviour and energy levels and she has settled down nicely at the shelter as a permanent resident. She runs and plays all day long and if one of her Collie friends gets too tired to continue, there is always another one that can stand in :)

Here she is with her very kind sponsor - thank you Gerrit!





Danny - SPONSORED BY TAMRYN AND ENGELA

Male, 10 years old, Border Collie with a beautiful, long coat. Danny is sterilised and inoculated. He is a very soft-natured dog and could do with some confidence building, Danny gets along with all dogs and we feel would be good with cats too. We believe Danny was often handled very heavy-handedly on his collar, as he does not like being touched there at all. He also needs to be sedated for us to groom him, he cannot be touched on his behind. This poor boy has gone through enough and is now in a safe place that understands his limitations.






Lunar - SPONSORED BY Kelly

Special needs female, 10 years old, brown & white, sterilised and inoculated. Lunar is very shy and nervous of people as she was raised in a backyard without human contact before she came to us. 

Up-date: Lunar has come such a long way... She has started to really come out of her shell! We have decided that it would be best for her to become a "permanent resident" and are desperately looking for a sponsor for her.

NEW Up-date: Guess who came to greet me at the gate today and allowed me to walk up to her and rub her ears! This is so amazing and this girlie has turned a real corner - YAY!

DOGS RECENTLY ADOPTED: 


Buddy - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2012, male Border Collie. Buddy does not know his age and still behaves like a loony youngster. He loves to participate in everything you do and lives for playtime! He gets on well with all other dogs. Given his intensity, we'd prefer no young children. 



Sebastiaan - ADOPTED

DOB 14/03/2020, male Border Collie with classic black and white markings and a beautiful long coat. Sebastiaan has a bit of separation anxiety and so we'd prefer that his new home has someone at home most of the time or is able to let him tag along where ever they go. He also needs a decent height wall to keep him safely inside should he need to stay home alone. In return this boy has so much to give: he is very loving and great with humans of all sizes, he is equally good with dogs and LOOOOOVES playing with a ball and stick (really pretty much anything) and he is good with cats! Just a real love bug desperate to be with his peeps. 
Zorro - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2020, male tri-colour Border Collie with a stunning thick coat. Zorro is just a big goof-ball that LOVES to play ball. He is used to other dogs (big and small) and we feel he would be good with cats (we can test that). He is house-trained and has quickly learnt how to walk on a leash.


Rosie - ADOPTED

DOB November 2020, female red and white Border Collie with one blue and one green eye. Rosie is quite shy and needs some time to get to know you. But when she does, she is a loving girl! She gets along well with the dogs in the pack. Rosie is good with children, but chases cats. She hasn't been exposed to much, so will need a gentle guiding hand and some patience.
Here she is having a nice cool dip on a very hot day at the shelter #colliespa
Trigger - ADOPTED

DOB 20/22/2020, male, tri-colour Border Collie. Trigger started chasing and killing lambs and so had to be removed from the farm. He is great with kids and has learned confidence around other dogs in his time with us, so is good in the pack as well. Given his history, we would not be comfortable to home him with cats. He loves to play ball or Frisbee and would make a lovely family dog! 

Christi (left) and Zoe (right) - ADOPTED

DOB 03/01/2020, female Border Collies and sisters. Christi has a smooth coat and both girls have classic, black and white markings. We don't advocate siblings homed together, but in this case we'd love for them to be adopted together, they are a very bonded pair and they don't fight with each other. Christi is very shy, but loving and gentle, she would do really well with children. Zoe is equally gentle with humans, but a little more outgoing. She doesn't like sharing her human's attention other than with Christi, so they need to be the only dogs in the home. These girls did not have much in their lives until now, but are eager to learn. We have already started training them to walk on a lead. They will require a gentle hand that will teach them about life in a family home, about toys and a soft pillow. In return they have the most love to give! 

Huxley - ADOPTED

DOB +/- May 2021, male cream and white Border Collie. Huxley is just a super-fun dude that was a bit of a hooligan when he initially came, but that has learnt so fast and now walks well on a lead and just wants to please. He will be an awesome companion to an active family, is great with kids and keen on any adventure he can tag along on. Huxley is good with other dogs, but doesn't do cats. 



Holly - ADOPTED

DOB May 2017, female Border Collie with two blue eyes. Holly and her brother Max were surrendered when their family was forced to downsize. She is good with people, but a bit of a Collie queen, so we'd prefer to home her with a male companion. 




Bella - ADOPTED

DOB 20 Oct 2020, female Collie cross with a stunning brindle coat. Bella is sterilised and house-trained. She is a really FUN (when you meet her you know why that is capitalised) dog. She loves to play and will make an excellent companion for any playful dog. Bella is used to children, but doesn't know cats. She is also super clever and will easily learn new tricks or commands. Bella is very active and needs a large space and very regular exercise.





Sammy - ADOPTED

DOB +/- January 2019, male red and white Collie with a smooth coat. We lovingly call him Sammy Seal because of his cute, curled whiskers. Sammy hasn't had the easiest start to life, but he holds no grudges and is a friendly and loving boy. He is gentle with children and good with all the other dogs.
KoKo - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2018, female black & white Border Collie with classic markings. KoKo's people had to move and she could not go along. She needs a bit of TLC (her coat has to grow back and she is a bit unsure and withdrawn). Koko would be fine with a male companion of the same or smaller size. She knows kids, but isn't good with cats. She has never been house-trained as she was kept outside. She walks well on a lead and likes to go in the car.
Snoopy - ADOPTED PENDING HOME CHECK

DOB 30 June 2016, male tan and white Border Collie (possibly cross), Snoopy's owner fell ill and the family could not take him, so he ended with us. He would be an amazing companion to a single person, although he'd also be fine in a home with other dogs. He is gentle and friendly and settled, so can just slot in.
Sasha - ADOPTED

DOB +/- July 2020, male Border Collie. Sasha was found lost and scared in the Cape Town harbor and a very kind gentleman took him into his office and called us for help. Unfortunately no one came to claim him and he is now looking for a new home. He is lovely and playful boy that gets along well with all the dogs in the pack and is loving towards people. He is a big and clever boy and has learnt so much already during the time he has been with us.
Felix - ADOPTED

DOB 14 August 2021, male Border Collie with a very beautiful (full curl) coat. Felix is a typical Border Collie puppy, full of energy, all big ears and long legs that he needs to grow into. He is a very clever boy and approaches everything with full on enthusiasm, but he will need an experienced handler.




Nonna - ADOPTED

DOB +/- October 2021, female black and white Border Collie. She is a little pocket rocket and will require a super large property as well as puppy training and someone willing and experienced to channel all that energy.
Rusty - ADOPTED

DOB +/- January 2020, male Collie cross. Rusty is just such an amazing and cool dude! He is friendly and wriggly and playful and just adores children. We cannot imagine a better family addition! Rusty is very close to Sammy (they lie together when they sleep), so if you are open to two, we'd be over the moon!
Mika - ADOPTED

DOB May 2016, female red and white Border Collie. Mika gets along well with the dogs in the pack, but being a typical BC queen, we'd prefer to home her with a male companion. Mika loves to play ball and knows children and cats.
Eddie - ADOPTED

DOB November 2020, male black and white Border Collie with classic markings. Eddie is a typical Border Collie teenager with loads of energy and will require plenty of space to run as well as regular exercise. He is a very friendly boy and gets along with all the dogs in the pack. Eddie doesn't do cats, but is awesome with children (we would recommend 9 or older so they do not get bowled over)
Puppy (now Luna) ADOPTED

DOB +/- November 2021, female red and white Border Collie. She is a very busy and energetic little girl who will require a very large garden to run and play in, puppy school and someone experienced to channel her energy
Wollie - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2013, female Toy Pom and Collie cross. Wollie's owner very sadly passed away, so she came to us. She doesn't like being in a shelter and we'd love to find her a new older lady's lap to lie on. She is a gentle soul and would be happy with a spot in the sun in a garden. Wollie gets along with the dogs in the pack (she pretty much ignores them) and is good with cats.












Max - ADOPTED

DOB May 2020, male Border Collie cross (we are guessing Labrador). Max is a very loving but also fun boy. He gets along well with all the dogs in the pack and loves to run and play. Max isn't good with cats or birds (it is just too much fun to chase them), but he is great with people of all sizes. 









Joey - ADOPTED

DOB +/- July 2019, male Border Collie with classic black and white markings. Joey was surrendered as his owner moved to a much smaller property, not suitable for this energetic boy. Joey is not used to children and although we feel he would be fine, we'd recommend children of 10 years or older only. He gets along well with the dogs in the group and loves to play ball.


Kia - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2012, female tan and black Collie cross. Kia hasn't had the best life to date, she was pretty much left to her own devices in a tiny backyard area. She is a quiet girl, soft and gentle. She gets along well with other dogs and good with humans of all sizes. She walks well on a lead, she just needs a bit of encouragement every now and again, which is understandable. Can you offer this girl a home where she can be part of the family, sleep indoors and be spoilt, everything she deserves
Chocolate - ADOPTED

DOB +/- January 2020, male brown and white Border Collie. Chocolate has not had the greatest start to life, but that is certainly not holding him back! He loves to run with the pack and is a herder of note. Chocolate needs a Collie-savvy new home that will understand and guide his herding and nipping and teach him the basics. Chocolate loves human attention and is also great with all the dogs in the pack. He cannot be homed with children given his herding and nipping. We can cat test him, but it is likely that he will obsess about cats moving.
Sherlock - ADOPTED

DOB September 2019, male Border Collie with a medium coat and classic markings. Sherlock's owner had to move to a complex that doesn't allow pets. Sherlock is just a very cool dude that loves people and is used to kids and cats. He gets along well with the dogs in the pack, but is more playful with humans. Sherlock is house-trained and likes going in the car.













Skipper - ADOPTED

DOB 24 April 2015, male red and white Border Collie. Skipper is a real gentleman and just loves to chill with his people. He is house trained and knows kids, but not cats. He is great with other dogs and plays ball beautifully. Skipper and Zoe must be homed together.

















Zoe - ADOPTED

DOB 06 October 2014, female Border Collie. Zoe just loves to play especially with a ball! She is house trained and good with kids, but does not know cats. She is great with other dogs. Skipper and Zoe must be homed together.























Flip - ADOPTED

DOB 2010, male Border Collie with classic markings. Flip's owner had to move to a retirement village and this old man sadly finds himself without a home. He still has quite a bit of spunk in him, he is obedient and loves going for walks. He gets along with all the other dogs in the pack, but doesn't like cats (the reason the home that was lined up for him did not work out). He is a loving boy, great with humans of all sizes.






Milo - ADOPTED

DOB 06/09/2020, male red and white Border Collie with a smooth coat and the most beautiful hazel eyes. Milo is very loving and gentle and still quite unsure about his surroundings. Milo knows children and is good with the other dogs in the pack, but he doesn't do cats. He is house-trained and likes playing ball.


Leah - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2017, female cream and white (EE-red) Border Collie. Leah was surrendered as the resident Pitbull bullied her regularly and she always came out second-best. Leah has a slight limp, an old injury from one of the fights. This doesn't stop her at all and our vet says, she is perfectly healthy otherwise. Leah is very active and loves to run and play with the others, she will need a large property to keep her happy. She can be a bit snippy and nips while she herds, so we'd love to home her with a non-reactive male of the same size (or larger)
Snoop - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2019, male Collie cross (something small breed). Snoop was found as a stray and never claimed. He is only about knee height and a true little pocket rocket. He'd suit someone that wants to do agility or even tricks training. We'd love to place him into a home with a female dog.
Skye - ADOPTED

DOB October 2020, female Border Collie. Skye was surrendered as her family was not coping with her energy levels. Skye will require a large property and daily exercise. She is good with other dogs, but a typical feisty female Border Collie and can therefore only be homed with a male Collie. She is great with and used to children and knows cats. Skye is house-trained and walks well on a lead. A home where the dogs are not home alone the whole day will be preferred.
Bruno - ADOPTED

DOB 24/01/2020, male black and white Border Collie with classic markings. He is in need of a new home as he started chasing the game on the farm. Bruno is a lovely and friendly boy that knows children and is playful with other dogs, but doesn't like cats. He used to sleep outdoors, so needs house-training. He also hasn't been trained to walk on a leash, which we have started doing already. He loves going for car rides! 
Zero - ADOPTED

DOB 15/04/2013, male Border Collie cross (maybe Retriever). Zero is a big boy (so no children under the age of 12) who was sadly surrendered as his owners personal circumstances have changed drastically. He is fine with other dogs, we are not sure about cats. Zero is not a high energy dog.















Leo - ADOPTED

Leo, DOB 02/10/2020, male red and white Border Collie. Leo's owners were forced to move to a much smaller place given the impact of Covid. Leo is a typical, energetic teenage Border Collie boy and will need a very large property to run in as well as further training and guidance. He is used to kids and cats and is good with other dogs. We'd ideally like a home for him where he is not alone all day.
Chilli - ADOPTED

DOB 05/05/2020, female red and white Border Collie that was surrendered as her owners could not provide her with what the breed requires. Chilli needs a moment to get to know and trust you, but once she does, she is loving and playful. She is used to kids and cats and gets along well with other dogs.



Tipi - ADOPTED

DOB June 2019, female Border Collie whose owner is moving to an apartment. Tipi is still very much a puppy at heart and will need someone firm and that has previous experience with the breed that is committed to teach her (how to channel her energy, how to behave). Tipi loves playing ball and is good with kids (although we'd recommend no small children given her exuberance). She is great with the other dogs and also knows cats.



Ginny - ADOPTED
 
DOB 05/11/2019, female red and white Border Collie. Ginny was surrendered as she started chasing livestock, she can therefor not be homed with cats or small breed dogs. Ginny is super energetic and will require a very large property to run on as well as daily exercise and stimulation. She is super-friendly with humans and gets along well with the other Border Collies in the pack. She would make a very good companion to a playful male her size. Ginny is fully house-trained and used to family life
Zoe - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2017, female tri-colour Sheltie/Collie cross. Zoe was found in Morningstar, chained her whole life. Her owner luckily agreed to surrender her into our care. Zoe is a friendly little girl, she is just under knee-height. She has Collie-nose which is very treatable and with the right care this girl will be one gorgeous little dog. Zoe gets along with other dogs, will be fine with kids and we think fine with cats too (but we can test that). Giving a true rescue like Zoe a second chance, is something really rewarding to do
Oliver - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2019, male Border Collie with classic markings. Oliver was found on the N7 as a stray and even after searching for his owner everywhere, he was never claimed. Oliver is a lovely and friendly boy with no hang-ups. He is also not super high energy, so would be great in a first-time Collie home. He gets along well with other dogs. Oliver seems to not have had much in his previous life, so will need some patience to be taught to walk on a lead and live inside (with all the noises and movements that this comes with). But he is clever and relaxed, so this should be no problem
Lizzy - ADOPTED

DOB 2018, female tri-coloured Border Collie. Lizzy is a super-busy girl that will need an experienced Border Collie owner (no first time BC owners please). She loves to run and play in the pack and is a confident girl.


Coco - ADOPTED

DOB 09/2016, male, liver and white Border Collie. Coco is still quite new and we are getting to know him better. He is used to cats and knows children, but we are recommending older children only as Coco nips when he gets excited. He loves to play ball, but still needs to be house-trained (he was an outside dog)













Rossi - ADOPTED

DOB 02/2015, male liver and white Border Collie with one blue eye. Rossi is a a very loving dog and enjoys playing ball and frisbee. He does unfortunately get jealous of attention and needs to be an only dog with only older children (10+). Rossi is used to cats and is good in the pack of dogs as long as there is no attention from "his" human (so he will be fine with other dogs on walks and in the park).













Nala - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2019, female cross-breed with Australian Cattle Dog genes and the cutest freckles. Nala was rescued with her Collie cross puppies. They have been homed and she has been sterilised. Nala is such a sweetheart who hasn't had the best start to life and who deserves to be someone's special child. She isn't high energy, loves attention and cuddles, she holds no grudges and is not shy or anxious or petrified. Just a lovely girl


Maggie - ADOPTED

DOB October 2012, tri-colour female Border Collie. Maggie is energetic and playful and gets on well with other dogs her size and who are equally playful. We'd ideally like to match her with a male companion, who is not afraid of a bit of rough play. Also, Maggie really connects with "her" human, so no small children that she can be jealous of. She is good with larger kids and very protective of her family.


Milo - ADOPTED

DOB 2018, male tri-colour Border Collie. Milo was rescued off a chain where he was abandoned/left behind by his previous owners. He is a friendly boy and eager to please.



Robin - ADOPTED

DOB November 2019, male Collie cross with classical markings. Robin was abandoned on a farm together with his brother Hunter. He is a bit shy at first but loving and gentle. Robin is good with children and other dogs. He is house-trained and we are working on the leash training also.





Pavlov - ADOPTED

Male black and white Border Collie, DOB March 2020. Pavlov is a friendly boy, loves attention and cuddles. He is good with other dogs, great with kids and should be fine with cats too (we can test this when you meet him).






Duke - ADOPTED

DOB May 2013, male Border Collie with classic markings. Duke apologises for and is very embarrassed about his "new look". He was unfortunately shaved before he was surrendered to us. Luckily it grows back and he'll be a beauty soon enough. Duke is house and leash-trained and loves going in the car. He enjoys playing ball and can play soccer with his nose. He is great with other dogs and knows kids.













Skye - ADOPTED

DOB May 2013, female Border Collie with classic markings. Skye apologises for and is very embarrassed about her "new look". She was unfortunately shaved before she was surrendered to us. Luckily it grows back and she'll be a beauty soon enough. Skye is house and leash-trained and loves going in the car. She enjoys playing ball. Skye is a typical bossy BC girl, so we'd prefer to home her with a male companion. She is good with children.
Meg - ADOPTED

a stunning two-year old red tri-colour Border Collie female needing a breed-savvy home. She is an active, but sensitive and gentle dog, that gets on well with other dogs and cats. Her first bonding is however with people – she took a few weeks to begin playing with her foster mom's dogs. She has been working on building her confidence which is much improved, and will continue improving in the right home. Meg walks well on the lead, but needs further work on her recall – she was raised with very few boundaries on a farm and used to bolt when called – now she comes when you insist, or lies down. She is scared of young kids, but has shown the ability to get over it when properly introduced – she would be better placed with older children. She is spayed.
Border Collie Rescue is assisting with finding Meg a suitable home. Anyone interested can apply by completing the application form. The usual process of home check and adoption contract and fee applies.
Sadie - ADOPTED 

DOB 02/2017, female Border Collie with one blue eye. Sadie was surrendered as she was nipping the kids and barking at them playing. We recommend that she is homed with kids 10 years or older. Sadie loves running with the other dogs, so it would be great if she had a canine companion. She is not good with cats and was an outside dog, so needs to be house-trained.

Zoey - ADOPTED 

DOB 04/2019, female Border Collie. Zoey came in with Coco but they do not need to be homed together. She is also used to children and loves to play ball. She was also an outside dog, so needs to be house-trained. Zoey is quite shy and looks to her human for support (clings to you). Zoey is not good with cats.











Max - ADOPTED

DOB 11/2016, male Border Collie. Max was an unwanted present and got too busy for his owners who only had a very small yard. Max is used to both children and cats. He loves playing ball and is good with the other dogs in the pack. Max walks very well on a leash and is used to going in the car. He is also house-trained. We'd love him to go to an understanding home that can work with some of the behavioural issues that come from being kept in a very small space.












Maggie Morgause - ADOPTED

DOB 2014, female Border Collie cross (possibly Spaniel). Maggie's owner sadly passed away so she finds herself homeless. Maggie is good with dogs of her own size (no small dogs please) but doesn't do cats. She is house-trained and walks really well on the leash. Maggie would suit an older couple, as she is calm and quiet.













Missy - ADOPTED 

DOB approx March 2018, female smooth coat Border Collie cross. Missy is an extremely loving girl towards people, eager to please and always by your side. She loves to play ball and is house- and leash trained. Missy would ideally be an only dog or homed with a submissive male that has to be her size or larger.



Bella - ADOPTED

DOB 2014, female, red and white Border Collie with green eyes. Bella is great with the other dogs and is used to cats. She loves playing ball, is house and leash-trained and good in the car. Bella was surrendered with her adult puppy as the owner was unable to spend the time and exercise that they required.















Benji - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2019, male Collie cross. Benji has had an awful start to life, but is now recovering at the shelter. He is loving and desperate to be with people and be loved. He is good with other dogs and was very patient with an extremely energetic quarantine buddy. Benji also has the most amazing colour coat and will look stunning after a few weeks of good food and TLC.



Duke - ADOPTED

DOB October 2019, male Border Collie with a smoother, very unusual charcoal coat and one blue eye. Duke is good with the other dogs in the pack and plays beautifully with the younger Collies of the same age. He is used to kids and is cat friendly. He also plays fetch. Duke is house and leash trained and used to going in the car. He is an energetic boy (a real goofball) and needs space to run and play and ideally a canine friend to do this with.
Heidi - ADOPTED

DOB +/- February 2015, female Border Collie about knee height. Heidi is currently undergoing rehabilitation with us and will need a home understanding of her background and fears. She is learning that people are good, but is very worried about noises and would ideally be in a home without small kids and lots of goings and comings. She is a true gentle soul and we'd love for her to come out of the shelter environment











Leah - ADOPTED

DOB April 2013, female Border Collie with very classic markings. Leah is house-trained and used to going in the car. She is also mostly calm when walking on the lead. Leah absolutely LOVES water and will require a family with a pool or a farm with a dam. Leah is good with cats, but would do best as an only dog or with a submissive male (she is a typical female queen). We'd also prefer no small children (so 9 years or older)

Freddy - ADOPTED

DOB April 2012, male Border Collie cross whose owner has fallen very ill. Freddy is a great mix of energy but not all the time. He is good with all the dogs in the pack, but doesn't know cats. He is obedient and used to driving in the car. Freddy would be an awesome "first time Border Collie" as he has all the Collie traits without the hyper energy.


Wiggles - ADOPTED

DOB October 2018, male Border Collie with one blue eye. Wiggles is eager to please and quickly comes out of his shell. He is great with the other dogs in the pack.







Luna - ADOPTED

DOB October 2019, female Border Collie cross with one blue eye. Luna's owners are forced to move off the farm and unfortunately Luna cannot join them in their new home. She is a lovely, energetic girl who gets on really well with the other dogs. She needs further training to walk on a leash and for basic commands, but she is eager to please and this should be easily done.
Cisca (aka Ou Sis) - ADOPTED

DOB April 2015, female red and white Border Collie. Cisca is an active girl, whose owners have sadly fallen on hard times. She came in with her sister Phoebe and we would love to home them together. She is good with other dogs and also good with kids.








Phoebe (aka Fee Fee) - ADOPTED

DOB April 2015, female black and white Border Collie. Phoebe is an active girl, whose owners have sadly fallen on hard times. She came in with her sister Cisca and we would love to home them together. She is good with other dogs and also good with kids.
Bella - ADOPTED

DOB February 2015, female Border Collie with the most unusual amber eyes. Bella is very loving towards people and loves playing ball and frisbee. She is used to cats, but can be a bit snappy (typical female Collie queen) with other dogs, so we prefer her being an only dog or placed with a submissive male. Se is lead trained, house-trained and used to going in the car. Bella needs a home with older kids.



Bruce - ADOPTED

DOB November 2014, male Border Collie (maybe cross Labrador). Bruce's family has fallen on very hard times and have lost everything, so we have offered to find him a new home. He is a loving boy and not hyper energetic. He is good with kids and other dogs and loves playing ball or frizzbe, so would be an awesome family dog!











Wylo - ADOPTED

DOB 2018, male Border Collie (possibly cross). Wylo was found as a stray and never claimed. He is a big boy with very unusual markings. He is OK in the pack, but we'd prefer to home him with a female companion only.
















Rocco - ADOPTED

DOB +/- 2018, male Border Collie with one blue eye. Rocco was found as a stray and never claimed. He has come out of his shell and readily comes for love and cuddles. He is good with other dogs once properly introduced (which we will do) and as long as they are friendly.

















Pippa - ADOPTED

DOB December 2016, female Border Collie. Pippa is good with other dogs and children, but does not know cats. She is an active girl who loves to run. Pippa plays ball and enjoys going in the car. She is house-trained and walks on a leash, but needs some extra training to stop pulling.

















Mo - ADOPTED

DOB "senior", male Border Collie. Mo is just exactly what you see in this pic: a tottering old man with a permanent happy smile on his face. He is deaf, but otherwise has no issues. He is great with everything that moves and breathes (people, cats, dogs, ducks, tortoises etc). We know he is old, but perhaps someone has a space on their couch or next to their fireplace for this old boy.














Max - ADOPTED

male red and white Border Collie, DOB 09/2016. Max is good with other dogs and has really come out of his shell. He LOVES playing ball and we think he'd be great with kids, as he runs wide circles instead of nipping.

We are busy treating Max' Collie nose with vitamins and minerals, this treatment will need to be continued by his new owners.






Rocky - ADOPTED

DOB approx May 2018, male Border Collie. Rocky is a lovely and big Border Collie. He is playful and happy and good with all the other dogs in the pack. He'd make an awesome running partner or family pet.




Maya (left) - ADOPTED

Female and male red and white Border Collies, DOB 09/2016. They have grown up together and came in as a pair, so ideally we'd want to home them together, but would consider separate homes if certain conditions are met. They are both (but especially Maya) a bit uncertain of people and will need patience to build their trust. They are good with other dogs.













Maya - ADOPTED

Female Border Collie, DOB June 2015. She is used to (and great with) kids and social with dogs (no cats please). She loves water and playing ball. She is trained to walk on a leash and is also house-trained.














Senna - ADOPTED

male Border Collie X, DOB March 2015, was brought in with his brother Socks after they were abandoned. They have grown up on a farm, so love the space and off leash runs, but have had training with us to fit into family life. They are good with everything that moves and breathes. Senna needs a secure property.

Luna - ADOPTED

DOB January 2018, female Border Collie with a medium-length coat. Luna is a friendly and affectionate girl, who gets along well with other dogs. She is a bit unsure of the leash, but it should not take this clever girl long to figure it out.


















Rocky - ADOPTED

DOB +/- September 2016, male Border Collie cross (possibly Labrador). Rocky is a big boy and very energetic. He needs a good-size garden and someone prepared to continue with the training we have started.


















Storm - ADOPTED

DOB June 2015, male tri-colour Border Collie with a beautiful coat (blowing in the wind here). He comes from the same home as Cloud, so we'd love to be able to home them together. Their owner sadly passed away after a heart-attack and the two boys are in need of a second chance. They are good with the other dogs in the pack, have medium energy and would be suited to first time Collie owners.












Marley - ADOPTED

DOB +/- June 2016, male red and white Border Collie with one blue eye and one green eye. Marley is a ladies boy, so will bond very easily with the mom in the house. He loves water and swimming and must have access to a pool in his new home. He is great with other dogs, is cat-friendly and readily comes for a cuddle. Here he is waiting for the ball to be thrown, how cute is that pose 















Cloud - ADOPTED

DOB May 2017, male Border Collie with classic markings. He comes from the same home as Storm, so we'd love to be able to home them together. Their owner sadly passed away after a heart-attack and the two boys are in need of a second chance. They are good with the other dogs in the pack, have medium energy and would be suited to first time Collie owners.











Keesha - ADOPTED

DOB +/- June 2015, female red and white Border Collie with two blue eyes. Keesha is an awesome girl, very friendly with humans, great with other dogs and cat-friendly. She loves water and swimming and plays fetch.













Lara - ADOPTED

DOB February 2018, female Border Collie, quite small en petite. Lara chased livestock on the farm and was surrendered to the vet. She is an energetic and intelligent girl, eager to please and clever to learn new things. She'd make an awesome addition to an active family that will exercise regularly and where she can play with the kids. She is great with the other dogs in the pack

















Ranger - ADOPTED

DOB September 2016, male Border Collie with a half-mask and a blue eye. Ranger is Misty's brother and they have been together since birth. We don't usually like homing siblings together, but they are quite bonded and there is no sibling rivalry. They can however be homed separately given that they have another canine companion in the new home. Ranger is a bouncy boy and loves to run and play. He is great with the dogs in the pack.






Kiara - ADOPTED

DOB 2010, female Border Collie, Kiara is an amazing old lady who still runs and plays with the young Collies. She would ideally need a home with an older couple who want a more chilled BC, but who also still want to go for walks. Kiara would love someone at home during the day.
















Benjamin & Felix - ADOPTED

Benjamin is on the right with DOB +/- September 2016 and Felix is on the left with DOB +/- August 2017, male red and white Border Collies. They were surrendered as they chased livestock, so will need to go to homes where there is none. They have never been trained or taught and are a "work in progress" in terms of training including walking on a lead and recall. They play together beautifully, but can definitely be homed separately. Benjamin is more chilled and Felix is energetic and loves to run and play.
Spot - ADOPTED

DOB approx June 2015, male Border Collie with quite unusual colouring. Spot was taken off the streets by another organisation, who asked us for help with his rehoming. He was then adopted and recently returned as the couple got divorced, how much bad luck can one boy have!
He is a beautiful and loving boy that gets on well with the other dogs and plays ball beautifully. He is house and leash-trained and ready to join a family!














Misty - ADOPTED

DOB September 2016, female Border Collie with very classic markings. Misty is Ranger's sister and they have been together since birth. We don't usually like homing siblings together, but they are quite bonded and there is no sibling rivalry. They can however be homed separately given that they have another canine companion in the new home. Misty is a loving and relaxed girl who loves kids. She is great with the dogs in the pack.












Rosa - ADOPTED

DOB 2017, female tri-colour Border Collie, very friendly with the other dogs and used to both kids and cats. Her owner emmigrated and Rosa and her brother Blitsie are looking for a new home. We prefer to home siblings separately to allow them to bond with their new family. Rosa was not lead-trained, but we are working on this and she is getting it quickly. Rosa is quite energetic, so will need plenty of exercise and stimulation.
















Blaze - ADOPTED

DOB 2017, male Border Collie. Blaze is a really pretty boy who was surrendered to us. He is now neutered and vaccinated, he is house-trained and walks well on the lead.















Maggie - ADOPTED

DOB October 2012, tri-colour female Border Collie. Maggie is energetic and playful, to the point where she can be a bit overwhelming for other dogs. We'd ideally like to home her with a male companion who is not reactive.







Frankie - ADOPTED

DOB September 2017, male Border Collie cross black Labrador. Frankie is a super-chilled dude. He is great with other dogs but also just as happy to chill at your feet. He is good with cats and will be fine with kids. Frankie is obedient, house-trained and walks well on a lead. He has tons of personality, we are sure he understands all our conversations  



















Penny - ADOPTED

DOB March 2019, female Border Collie x Retriever, this little girl is desperately looking for a home to call her own. She is great with other dogs, great with cats and not too energetic so great with kids.

















Fiela - ADOPTED

female Border Collie, DOB +/- February 2015, very loving and sensitive girl, who did not get much attention or love up-to-now and deserves a home that can show her a true Border Collie life! She is good with other dogs and good with cats and we think she'll be fantastic with kids too. Fiela walks well on a lead and is just all-round easy going!





















Lilly - ADOPTED

DOB August 2018, female Border Collie with an amazing, silky coat. Lilly and her sister Layla were unwanted and travelled all the way from Graaff Reinet to find a new home in Cape Town. Lilly is a real softie, very very gentle. She is good with the other dogs, with humans of all sizes and also with cats.















Sokkies - ADOPTED

DOB June 2016, female Border Collie. Sokkies is a small girl, only about knee height. But what she hasn't got in size, she has in personality. She is full of beans and loves to run and play. She is very loving towards humans and obedient with commands. She gets along well with other dogs, but we'd prefer to have her with a male companion. She has grown up with kids, but her new home has to have humans older than 9 years only.















Mila - ADOPTED

11 month old, female Border Collie, sterilised and vaccinations up-to-date. Mila was sadly surrendered as her owners under-estimated the challenges of raising sibling Border Collies. Her brother has since been homed, but we are still looking for a new family for Mila. She is a very energetic girl and will need a large garden and an active (daily exercise) family, who will allow her to become part of all aspects of family life.










Oscar - ADOPTED

DOB November 2018, male Border Collie with some small brown patches in the face. Oscar is just a cuddly and inquisitive little puppy still. He is happy in the pack of Collies, well-balanced and well-behaved. He will be good with kids and cats and would make an awesome pet. He is also not super high energy, so first-time Border Collie owners, here is your chance!


















Layla - ADOPTED

DOB August 2018, female Border Collie with a mostly white coat. Layla and her sister Lilly were unwanted and travelled all the way from Graaff Reinet to find a new home in Cape Town. Layla is a real softie, very very gentle. She is good with the other dogs, with humans of all sizes and also with cats.




















Blitsie - ADOPTED

DOB 2017, male Border Collie, very friendly and easy-going boy, great with the other dogs, used to both kids and cats. His owner emmigrated and Blitsie and his sister Rosa are looking for a new home. We prefer to home siblings separately to allow them to bond with their new family. Blitsie was not lead-trained, but we are working on this.













Simba - ADOPTED

DOB June 2011, beautiful Border Collie boy with very classic markings. Simba has settled well into the pack and is good with the other dogs, although we'd prefer him to go to a home with a female companion


















Snowy - ADOPTED

DOB February 2011, female Border Collie. Lady and Snowy are sisters and have lived together all their lives. There is no sibling rivalry, so we'd be open to home them together. Snowy is loving and gentle and loves a good cuddle. She is house-trained and used to sleeping indoors. She is good with other dogs. We can cat test her, we think she'd be good with cats.

Saskia - ADOPTED

DOB 2010, female Border Collie with a short-coat. Saskia was surrendered and it really hit her hard. She hid away for such a long time, it broke our hearts. Well, she has regained her confidence, just loves a ball and readily comes forward for cuddles. Saskia is fantastic with other dogs, pretty much ignores them. Although she was also great with my son, we nearly feel that a single person home would be her ideal. She dotes on that single human and it is also where she came from

Millie - ADOPTED

DOB August 2014, female Border Collie. Millie is a lovely and playful girl, that gets along with all the dogs in the pack. She is active and we'd love a home with space and daily exercise.








TinTin - ADOPTED

male, DOB +/- February 2017, surrendered to another organisation and now with us at the shelter. TinTin is one amazing boy, great with the other dogs and very eager to please his humans. He would be a fantastic first time Border Collie, as he is not overly energetic and would fit easily into family life.

Milo - ADOPTED

Milo, male Border Collie, DOB 2016. Milo originally came to us for some rehabilitation and training, but we have been asked to find him a new home. Milo is a energetic Border Collie that will require an owner that knows the breed well, is prepared to continue the training with him. Milo is also very loving and attaches quickly to "his" person. We'd love to find him a home as an only dog. He is an absolute beauty, so we hope we can find that special person for him!

Lucy - ADOPTED

estimate DOB 2010, female Collie X long-haired Dachshund. Lucy is lapdog size and just the cutest and most laid-back lady ever. She came to us in a terrible state, having had puppies recently and not being cared for. But, she has recovered beautifully, has regained weight and her coat is growing back. She is ready for a new home, where she can just be someone's companion.













Sokkies - ADOPTED

DOB June 2016, female Border Collie. Sokkies is a small girl, only about knee height. But what she hasn't got in size, she has in personality. She is full of beans and loves to run and play. She is very loving towards humans and obedient with commands. She gets along well with other dogs, but we'd prefer to have her with a male companion. She has grown up with kids, but her new home has to have humans older than 9 years only.

Wolf - ADOPTED

DOB July 2016, male Border Collie with a smooth coat and beautiful, tri-colour markings. Wolf's family has fallen on very hard times and he was surrendered to us for rehoming. He is a medium energy boy who just looooves people and would happily crawl onto your lap for a good cuddle. He is good with other dogs and has grown up with kids.

Phoebe - ADOPTED

DOB August 2017, female mostly white Border Collie with beautiful blue eyes. Phoebe is deaf and needs a very special home. Before applying for this special-needs girl, please do your homework on what it means to own a deaf dog. We have good experience and can help with advice, we have also successfully homed quite a few deaf dogs over the last few years, so it can definitely work! 

Phoebe is is quite a busy girl but also loves a good cuddle. She is good with other dogs and we'd prefer if she had a companion that she can connect with and follow.

Bobby - ADOPTED

male Rough Collie X, DOB June 2018. Bobby and his sister Vicky were recently surrendered as their owner under-estimated the energy levels and training requirements of the breed. Bobby is still very much a puppy and we'd like to home him to a family that knows the breed and is committed to do the exercise and training.

Vicky - ADOPTED

female Rough Collie X, DOB June 2018. Vicky and her brother Bobby were recently surrendered as their owner under-estimated the energy levels and training requirements of the breed. Vicky is still very much a puppy and we'd like to home her to a family that knows the breed and is committed to do the exercise and training.

Dexter - ADOPTED

DOB 2010 male Border Collie, neutered and vaccinated. Dexter is a fantastic boy and would be an amazing first time Border Collie. He is great with the other dogs, good with cats and fine with older children. He is active, but not manic. He is house-trained and obedient. Just a great all-rounder.








Lady - ADOPTED

DOB February 2011, female Border Collie. Lady and Snowy are sisters and have lived together all their lives. There is no sibling rivalry, so we'd be open to home them together. Lady is loving and gentle and walks beautifully on a leash. Lady is house-trained and used to sleeping indoors. She is good with other dogs. We can cat test her, we think she'd be good with cats.
Flash - ADOPTED

DOB approx mid 2017, male Border Collie cross (Fox Terrier maybe). Flash was found as a stray in Stellenbosch and never claimed. He is only about knee height and very cute! He is a happy-go-lucky chap and would do well in a household with kids and where there is action and stuff to do. He is good with other dogs.
Thunder - ADOPTED

Male Border Collie born in December 2015. Thunder is really not happy at the shelter and we'd love him to find a home quickly. He needs an experienced Border Collie owner that can train and direct him without too much force. He needs a home without cats.




















Boogey (aka Mr B) - ADOPTED

DOB estimated as 2014, male Collie X, neutered and vaccinated. He was rescued out of horrendous circumstances with raw burn wounds on his back. They have healed beautifully (although the scars remind us of his prior life daily) and he is ready for a new home. He is totally "bullet-proof", i.e. fantastic with dogs of all sizes, cats and lifestock. He is loving towards humans and great with kids. Just an all-round perfect doggy that needs a second chance. 






Flynn - ADOPTED

Male Border Collie, DOB approximately 2016. Flynn is a gorgeous, big boy and was also found as a stray and never claimed. He is good with female dogs and good with kids, but doesn't do cats at all. He is a big cuddle bug and literally softly jumps up and hugs your body with his legs 





















Spot - ADOPTED

DOB 2015 year old male Border Collie with quite unusual colouring. Spot was taken off the streets by another organisation, who asked us for help with his rehoming. He is a beautiful and loving boy, but will need a very secure garden (ideally with electric fencing) as he has not quite learned that roaming the streets is no longer an option.

He gets on well with the other dogs and we think he should be fine with cats too given his background.






Bella - ADOPTED

Female Border Collie with an unusual white face and one blue eye, born in 2015. Bella was surrendered with her brother Max, as the owner cannot offer them the exercise and time they require. Bella is a lovely girl, quite laid-back for a Border Collie and sometimes a little bit shy. She is great with other dogs and with kids, but doesn't know cats.









Makosi - ADOPTED

Male Border Collie, born in June 2017, so only just a baby still. He came in with his sister Zoe. They were surrendered by a security company as they did not show sufficient "drive". Makosi really needs a home that can show him what it means to be a Border Collie. He needs confidence (he currently melts into a big puddle, desperate for attention) and needs to learn how to play and run. He also needs to learn basics like recall and sit and wait.







Dusty - ADOPTED

Female Collie, born in March 2016 and is a knee-height Collie girl with a tri-colour coat. Dusty plays really nicely with the other dogs and also LOVES playing ball. She is good with children, but chases cats.









Rocky-Rock - ADOPTED

Male Border Collie, DOB 2007. Rocky's owner was sadly evicted from his property and so this old boy had nowhere to go. He is a stunning soul, loving and happy, that tail doesn't stop wagging. It took all his will-power to not come and lick me during the photo session. Rocky still loves his ball and is by no means geriatric. Please offer him a retirement home!














Zoe - ADOPTED

Female Border Collie, born in June 2017, so only just a baby still. She came in with her brother Makosi. They were surrendered by a security company as they did not show sufficient "drive". Zoe really needs a home that can show her what it means to be a Border Collie. She needs confidence (she currently melts into a big puddle, desperate for attention) and needs to learn how to play and run. She also needs to learn basics like recall and sit and wait.






Gemma - ADOPTED

Female Border Collie, DOB April 2017. Gemma is a smallish Border Collie with a lot of "umpf". She is playful and energetic and interested in everything. She is great with other dogs, as long as they can tolerate her energy.

















Selby - ADOPTED

DOB 2015 Male Border Collie with very classic markings. he was a reluctant surrender, his owners felt that their garden was not big enough for this boy and that he deserved better. Selby gets along with all the dogs in the pack, he plays ball and is just generally a great dude. He must be part of the family and we want him (like all our other dogs) to sleep indoors.

Dover - ADOPTED

8 year old male Border Collie, neutered and inoculated. Dover came in with Lola when his people had to move. He gets along well with all the other dogs, but is equally easy-going around people and loves a good cuddle. Dover is fine with cats, but does not like travelling in the car at all. He either needs a home where people do not go on holiday or in the car much or he will remain a permanent resident at our shelter






 

Jett - ADOPTED

Male Border Collie, DOB approximately 2015, found as a stray and never claimed. He is a soft-natured boy, never making a fuss and is just gentle and kind. He gets on well with all the other dogs and we think he'll be fine with cats also.















Oreo - ADOPTED

Female Border Collie X, DOB approximately 2013. This little girl has not had a great start to life. She has gotten out of her property a few times and no one really cares. This last time her owner simply did not want her back. She is a small girl (knee-height), quiet and soft and gentle. She lapped up the attention in a very undemanding way. She is good with dogs and cats.












Zita - ADOPTED

DOB 2015. Zita is a gentle and loving Border Collie x girl, about knee-height. She gets along with all the other dogs and is fully house-trained. She travels well in the car and is just no hassle at all to have around.

Obelix - ADOPTED

DOB 2015 - Obelix was a very reluctant surrender. His owner has fallen ill and can no longer take care of him. He is very friendly and loves to lean into you.










Scottie - ADOPTED

DOB April 2017 Male Border Collie with cute freckles, about knee-height. His owner fell ill and was advised to rather rehome him. He is a happy and energetic little boy that is great with the other dogs in his group. He will be good with kids and we think he'll be fine with cats too (we can test this).








Sophie - ADOPTED

4 year old female Border Collie. Sophie and her sister Skye were the sad victims of a divorce and although their owner tried hard, he could not find a solution that included them. She is very good with other dogs and children, but does not do cats. She is an active and energetic girl that will need daily exercise and plenty of action. We also feel she would benefit from obedience or puppy training classes to channel some of the energy. She is house-trained.







Zorro - ADOPTED

Male Border Collie X with just the most beautiful nature. He is still a very young boy that was rescued with an embedded collar. He has recovered beautifully, with a shiny coat and no visible scars. He is the happiest chappy! He gets along with all the dogs at the shelter and is comfortable around kids (as you can see)!
If you are looking for a settled, ready-made, no fuss companion and addition to the family, look no further!


Claudio - ADOPTED

DOB 2015 Male Border Collie with a stunning, curly coat (we don't see these often). Claudio is still a big baby that loves attention. He gets along with other dogs and is not very high energy, so a great option for someone that is a first time Border Collie owner

Toby - ADOPTED

DOB 2017. Toby is a red and white Border Collie boy with just the most beautiful and unusual curly coat. Toby needs some TLC, his coat is very bleached and he could use some extra weight. He is a very friendly boy, that was left outside and not exercised regularly. We have started with his training and he is ready for a new family. Could you offer this boy a second chance where he can be inside, form part of the family and get the right stimulation?

Lazer - ADOPTED

Male Border Collie, less than a year old and just the coolest dude ever. He was picked up as a stray and never claimed. Lazer is a busy boy that loves to be part of everything. He is good with other dogs and we'd love to home him with an active family.

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