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The popular Imhoff Snake and Reptile Rehabilitation Centre in Kommetjie is set to relocate to the Cape Point Ostrich Farm in March 2019.

The snake park has been based at Imhoff Farm for nearly 20 years, but owners Shaun and Tracey Bodington say the running costs there have become too high.

Having been self-funded for over 20 years, we've realised that it might just not be possible to continue.

Tracey Bodington, owner at Imhoff Snake and Reptile Rehabilitation Centre

We don't personally have the funds to do this on our own anymore.

Tracey Bodington, owner at Imhoff Snake and Reptile Rehabilitation Centre

The Bodingtons are appealing to the public to help raise funds to complete enclosures at their new location.

They hope to raise R300 000 for cement, wood, extractor fans, paint, water sealant, lighting and other essentials.

To help, email bodingtontracey7@gmail.com or visit www.minimoshows.org

Listen to Tracey Bodington explain the sanctuary's future plans:

This article first appeared on CapeTalk : CT's Imhoff snake park appeals for donations to make big move

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