A Busy October APAA – Let’s Have Fun Together!

A Busy October APAA – Let’s Have Fun Together!
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APAA, the Algarve Animal Protection Association, is pushing for the success of Operation SNiP.

SNiP is a spay-neuter program that has been adopted and adapted over the years not only to minimize the number of dogs and cats per street, but also to bring abandoned animals back into foster care. APAA Exists!

With the help of active members and followers, they are able to continue their important work. Veterinary bills and clinical assistance are expensive but necessary. “Animals in need are a primary focus of his APAA,” said APAA President Jenny Clark.

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There was a great turnout at the first season pop-up at O ​​Tasco in Senhora do Verde (Portimão). Anita was very busy during the extended sale period. Stay tuned for our next pop-up event! Look out for October’s Grand Slam Sale, which promises to be a special pop-up with classic and antique items. Who knows what’s in store for that savvy and knowledgeable buyer? APAA is definitely on the highway.

King Charles III and his wife Camilla with rescue dogs Bess and Bluebell

world animal day lunch

APAA’s next lunch is World Animal Day. This is a special occasion hosted by Jackie in her backyard north of Portimao on Tuesday, October 4th at 1pm. A vegetarian lunch includes cucumber scrum soup, quiche, goat cheese tart, and dessert. €20 for members, €22 for non-members. His SNiP for a great value lunch with wine, beer or water. Limited to 30 seats, so book early.

When Queen Elizabeth II died, her son Andrew took in two corgis and a cocker spaniel at his home in Windsor. Jack Russells of Battersea Dogs Home has found a new place to hang out, ‘Beth’ and ‘Bluebell’, and has a top job with King Charles III and his Queen Camilla. They have yet to confirm whether they will reside at Clarence House or Buckingham Palace, and they make occasional trips to Highgrove. So if there are dog snobs out there, Forsaken is clearly top quality and fit for royalty! Check them out. They come with complete heart, love and loyalty in exchange for a plate or two of food, treats, clean water and a little exercise. The APAA should know, and obviously the Royals should too!

For more information about APAA’s Abandoned Animals and Repatriation Project, please email Jenny. info.apaaportugal@gmail.comvisit Or Lisa Dowling’s APAA Facebook page.

For World Animal Day lunches, email Alternatively, call Jenny 919 041 903 or Jackie 912 651 819 at time of booking.

charity shop

  • Alvor, Dunas Complex, Mon-Sat, 10:30am-2pm
  • Silves, Rua Elias Garcias 20, Monday to Saturday, 10am to 2pm

Please help APAA by bringing nice unwanted gifts and goodies. Especially Christmas his tree garlands, lights, tableware and Santa Claus novelties. All for a Merry Christmas! Or buy that special gift!

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