Updates on Rasta’s rescue and Paloma the campo dog

Rasta is doing so well now and has gained confidence and some weight. He is waiting on finalisation of his new home waiting in the UK and hopefully in a […]

Rasta is doing so well now and has gained confidence and some weight. He is waiting on finalisation of his new home waiting in the UK and hopefully in a few weeks time his horrible past, living in misery on a balcony will be forgotten

Sweetypie is also very happy and sweet and is learning about being loved for the first time in her life. She is also waiting on final arrangements for a new home in the UK with another lucky Family who are giving an amazing chance to this once unlucky little girl.

Griff, is so sweet, he is still waiting for his new Family, we really hope it wont be too long

Paloma, is doing fine. She weighed in at 32 kilos, her proper weight should have been around 62 kilos, she was also dehydrated. Now she is on a premium food and will hopefully start putting on weight. Due to lack of nutrition and life on a chain her back legs are slightly deformed. Paloma will be looking for her forever home now.

For us to continue helping cases like these we need your help. Please help our dogs by donating, now matter how small the amount it all helps. The special food alone for Paloma is 55 euros for a 15 kilo bag. This is without veterinary care, vaccinations microchip and the inevitable sterilisation when she is well enough.  We estimate that Paloma alone could cost Actin in the region of 600 to 800 euros, depending on how long we have her in residency. Paloma is also looking for foster care. If interested in helping Paloma please contact admin@actin-spain.com

And Rasta, Sweetypie and Griff also and all of the rest of the dogs in our care, still need funds to keep them in residence and maintain their care. We have new dogs coming in and just on at the end of the week, we were asked to help Layla, she was hit by the Guardia Civil who were compassionate enough to bring her to us. Layla has a broken femur and it is a bad break…we still have no idea of the costs. If you can donate, or join us as a member, or if you are interested in sponsored advertising on our pages, it all helps us to be able to continue the good work in releasing these dogs from misery and ensuring the owners don’t continue owning animals.

We are also trying to rescue a starving puppy in a garden in Cartagena. Hopefully he will be rescued this week.