Eighty dogs and puppies saved since Actin’s conception

Actin is a non-rescue, so why have we saved this many dogs and re-homed, fostered and adopted more than 50? The answer is we cannot do the work we are […]

Actin is a non-rescue, so why have we saved this many dogs and re-homed, fostered and adopted more than 50? The answer is we cannot do the work we are doing without saving them.

We are so proud that not only have we saved this many adult dogs and puppies but we have had many successful adoptions through our Adopt a Spanish rescued dog Facebook page and website, some have been taken by other associations to re-home and some are still waiting. But we have to focus on the job that Actin is set up to do and if we are going to continue like this we need more help, to take off the incredible pressure of seeking funds. We like to re-home our dogs and be sure that they will go on to a better life and we didn't expect the immense work this involves but so far we realise that we are pretty good at it and its important to us. But the funding is another huge pressure that we cannot manage along with the investigations of cruelty, the campaigns and the development of the association.

To continue with this rate of rescue and re-homing we need sponsorship, or a regular source of income to maintain the dogs we rescue.

We would like to thank the following organisations and individuals for their help with these dogs

The Harmony Fund, Jeanne Thompson, Starfish rescue UK, Jacquie Hazeleger, Dogwatch UK, Perros sin Casa, Perros En Familia, MTC Catalunya and all those adopters, fosterers, carers, donators to our T-cup campaign, member sponsors and all the support morally and financially, that we have received from Facebook members and friends...we couldn't do what we have done so far without you.

Some of Actin's successfully homed dogs and puppies