APASA is holding a coffee morning tomorrow Saturday December 9at Mr Punch in Javea Park.
Everyone is invited to catch up over a cuppa and some cake, enjoy some mulled wine and mince pies and try their luck on the tombola.
Refreshments are being provided by Clair and David at Mr Punch and cakes are being baked by volunteers and friends of APASA.
APASA was founded in 1999 by a group of various nationalities, Spanish, English, German and Swiss, with the aim of rescuing those animals that were evidently abandoned, ill-treated or lost. Initially there were just a dozen dogs, now there are over 250, needing full time staff.
APASA rely greatly on volunteers, working in the shelter, walking dogs and at their many fund-raising events. All proceeds raised at the Christmas coffee morning will directly fund the goal of making the lives of the dogs better and provide essential care for them.
For more information, get in touch with Sue on 965 741 668 / 606 588 197