Saturday 18th May 2-6pm El Poli Bar, Partaloa.
Enjoy an afternoon ...
Support APSA and buy your gifts from Zazzle
All profits from the Speak 4 Animals Zazzle shop goes to APSA - so treat yourself or your pet and earn a donation for APSA as well!
Design a personalized gift at Zazzle.
How can you help?
Since the recession many of our members and helpers have had to return to the uk. This has meant that we are now in desperate need of volunteers to help with - well, whatever you can do. Apart from kennel duties there's lots of other ways you could join in and help the only registered animal charity in the Almanzora Valley area. Here's just a few ideas:
Loving homes for both dogs and cats
Donations - hard cash and items to sell in our shop
Helpers - at present we really need a pr person and someone to help with this web site
Fosterers for dogs and cats (and maybe sometimes goats or pigs!)
Dog walking - a great way to keep fit!
Helping hands at fundraising events or tell us your ideas for fundraising
Transporting the animals
Help in the shop - just 4hrs a week would ge a huge help to us.
Donate items to help with the upkeep of the animals: Large, sturdy plastic dog beds, blankets, dog leads (preferably chain type, but all are welcome)
If you love animals and would like to reduce the number of abandoned animals on our streets please contact Di on 663 762 642 or drop into our shop in Albox to discuss ways of how you could help.
Neutering is the answer
At APSA we believe that the main reason for the number of abandoned animals in this area is that there are simply too many puppies and kittens being born.
We're putting into effect a neutering programme which will educate people into the benefits of getting their animals neutered. And, as a strict policy, we neuter all animals that come into our care.
Below left: These two puppies were found dumped in a bin.
Below right: Five one week old kittens found dumped in a bin.
can you tell me if you still ave these kittens? also i am looking for a whellchair do you have one for sale? virginia ainsworth Hi, the kittens in the photo above have now all been re-homed, but do visit our Cats & Kittens homing page (access via the panel at the top of the page) as there are others needing homes detailed there. We have also just rescued 2 female kittens, just 2 weeks old. They are being hand reared at present and will be available for homing at the end of April early May time.