Hich South Africa – Teaching Children Kindness & Compassion Towards Animals

You probably all know by now that I am crazy about animals and that I am a self-appointed Pit Bull advocate. Teaching my children to love and respect animals and to always show compassion is extremely important to me because without compassion, without love, where would we be?

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”

― Mahatma Gandhi

So we were super excited to receive these t-shirts from Hich South Africa!

About Hich South Africa

This local brand is on a mission to bring us a step closer to giving back to animals in need at our local shelters. They’re about teaching children and reminding adults about the importance of showing kindness and compassion to animals through their quirky kids’ t-shirt designs which are created to raise awareness about animal cruelty.

I mean seriously…..

But if Pit Bull’s aren’t your thing (I’ll try not to hold it against you 🙂 )…..

The rest of the range

They literally have something for everyone. Whether you’re anti-breeding, anti-hunting or all about banning fireworks.  Including a full range of quirky kids’ t-shirts, adorable backpacks, and even women’s vests! 

Their service is also excellent. They contacted me before delivering our t-shirts to let me know they weren’t happy with the quality and the t-shirts were being reprinted.

Go check them out. You can find them on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram

Be lekker, support local, support the animals!

Disclaimer – I was sent these t-shirts by Hich South Africa for the purposes of this review. 

One Comment

  • High Heels & Fairy Tales

    March 19, 2018 at 6:43 pm

    So much love for this amazing cause! We don’t have a pit bull, but my little person fell in love with the #sisteract tee and declared that seeing as her dachshund thinks she’s a pit bull, that’s the tee she was going to get!

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