San Animal Santuario
Registered charity no. 10.286/1
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Hope – a medium sized older dog – estimated around 6 years old. Has Leishmaniasis which is currently under control with daily pills. Loves being with other dogs.
We desperately need people who are able to foster kittens or puppies in their homes, often at short notice. We also need fosterers able to take in adult dogs who aren’t coping well in kennels. We are also looking for volunteers to help out with the animals - for dog walking, feeding and/or playing and grooming. Please contact us by phone or WhatsApp on 675 467 647 (+34 675 467 647).
Nora - was living in the campo and used to come to a local bar to scrounge for food. She was very skinny, hungry and scared but one of our volunteers fed her every day for two weeks until we finally caught her. She is now fully recovered, vaccinated, spayed and ready for her forever home. Nora is currently in our kennels and would benefit from a loving home. She is lovely sweet girl approximately 1.5 years old and 65 cm tall to shoulder height. She is a shy gentle girl who keeps her distance until she gets to know you but is then very loving and could be very loyal pet. She gets on well with other dogs and walks on a lead.
Quiz night success
The San Animal Easter Quiz on Thursday 18th April, in Meson Pepas in San Juan de los Terreros, raised an amazing €364!
This amount will be added to the Cat Sterilization Programme, currently in operation, in and around Terreros. Many thanks to all who attended and to the worthy winners and, most importantly, to our fantastic Quiz Masters, Malcolm and Doreen Hyde.
Our regular quiz will continue fortnightly, with our wonderful Quiz Masters Chris and Ann Vollmer. Please check our Facebook and Events page for up to date information on the quiz dates and for all forthcoming events.
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Bonnie and Bibi
These pups were found in December 2018 with their mother and several siblings. These sweet girls have now been adopted together locally in Spain
This poor feral cat who usually hangs around at one of our feeding locations turned up after a few weeks absence, limping badly and with a bleeding foot. He was taken to the vet where he had to be given a general anaesthetic to allow the vet to examine him. His ankle had had something very tight trapped around it because there was an infected wound going round the ankle and his toes were cut and bleeding (probably from trying to escape). He was also very thin! One shudders to think how he got his leg trapped so badly, but he is incredibly lucky to have somehow got free - he could have starved to death. Thanks to a very generous donation from one of our supporters his wounds were treated and he has had a long-lasting antibiotic for the infection. After a couple of weeks of care in a secure place he was able to put weight on his injured leg so he was released back to his feral life.