Andrea's Charity Christmas Log

Posted in Charity

30 Jan
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Well all the festivities are over and now it is back to earth with a bump! We had the best time over Christmas and New Year and once again I want to thank everyone who supported us at our various events throughout the festive season. Miss Lola and Baby Bonbom were absolute stars and gained many more admirers and were getting to like all the extra attention!

We purchased land for the expansion of AAR back in 2018 with the intention of keeping all the animals there and to be able to open it up to the public on a regular basis. This unfortunately has taken longer than we thought to get the land workable and all the necessary plans and permissions in place. However, this is a priority for AAR now. We have made good progress since the initial purchase, but as ever there are hurdles every step of the way.

Onwards, AAR Sanctuary is still very much a priority and if anybody out there can help us achieve our dream, then please get in touch with me. We need skilled and unskilled people. I am so very excited about this project, but at the same time frustrated with the time it is taking.

In January two of our rescues left for England. Cylus the kitten who was rescued at just a few weeks old and was in such a state, had to have one of his legs removed through severe infection. He is doing just great and going to our good friends Mark and Craig and will live with two other companions from AAR. Freddie who was found wondering around and is often the case not microchipped will have to get used to that colder weather.

We have two lovely boys waiting to be rehomed Paco who has been with us for a while. He is the Spanish breed bodeguero. He has been a little down on his luck this past six months, but is now happy, readjusted and waiting for his forever home. He is great with other dogs and walks well on and off the lead. He will make the most loving and loyal companion he is a little gem. Then we have the adorable Rupert who is medium sized around two years old and ready to go with all the necessary injections and paperwork, he is just cute! Look at our Facebook page to follow their stories and there are some cracking photos of Paco on the beach!

Don’t forget we have a 1euro sale on most of our clothing. There are some terrific buys to be had. We are also offering 50% off winter coats and men’s suits too.

As usual I will be at the Car Park on Camposol B from 11.30-1.30pm to collect any unwanted clothes, furniture, bric a brac, books, cd’s, jewellery and I usually have one or two companions with me. Otherwise we welcome donations at both our shops in Roldan and Mazarron Town 10.30-1.30. Andrea x

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