Unwanted record for Pets in Spain


ANIMAL CHARITY, Pets in Spain achieved a new statistical record when they rescued 15 dogs in one day, with 14 of them arriving from an illegal puppy farm.

The dogs rescued were not puppies, they were the discarded mothers and fathers, forced over the years to reproduce many litters.

Most of them were kept permanently in cages, some have old untreated injuries, including broken bones, one is blind, another has just one eye, and others are in ill health and diseased needing long term veterinary treatment.

A Pets In Spain fund raising event has been organized at AJ’s bar on El Raso urbanisation, located just off the Lemon Tree road near Guardamar, today, Friday June 30, from 12.00pm to 3.00pm.

Visitors will discover various stalls, a raffle, tombola, angel readings, handmade greetings cards and live music provided by guitar vocalist Tim Taylor.

A few of the rescued puppy farm dogs will also be making an appearance, but if you cannot attend this event you can still support the charity’s work with animals by making a donation:

Bank account: Pets In Spain
Bank: Sabadell
IBAN: ES14 0081 0687 7700 0168 1672.

Paypal donations to: info@petsinspain.com, or you can take in any unwanted items for the charity to sell in the charity shop on La Marina urbanization. You can contact the charity on tel. 645469253 or email: info@petsinspain.com.

More information is available on the web site www.petsinspain.com

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