APAA Finds Homes for Abandoned Dogs and Cats

There are many tragic stories to tell. Thankfully, many have come to happy conclusions. “Helping Hands” is the motto of the Algarve Animal Conservation Society.

On rare occasions, the APAA has to fund mind-searching for animals that don’t make their own choices and have to pay for the consequences. Billy and Lyra, two beautiful canine partners. Blissful family life. Their “mummy” Angie makes sure Lyra stays away during the season.

Unfortunately this is not a happy ending. Well, maybe for Lyra’s sake. Billy is still laughing. 10 puppies is probably the consequential payment for 2 the moment they are stolen. husband! Billy’s handsome dog-chin smile is short-lived. He and Laila are getting booked for his SNiP sessions in big. Lyra can remain happy and free and no more problems due to Billy’s undesirable, predatory and seasonal mating habits.

APAA President Jenny Clark makes that very clear. “If only we could help these puppies and guarantee them a bright and loving future. We claimed that parents Billy and Lyla were SNiPed.” APAA’s goal was , to help abandoned animals and animals in need of protection. “But there are rare, but really real cases that need help.” Jenny has years of experience. “Of course, genuine cases have to be screened. I can’t stress enough how important it is for anyone who owns an animal to make sure it’s neutered or neutered as soon as they’re old enough. ’ she laughs. “Pets, that is!”

An ongoing charity, Pop-Ups, helped raise funds for the APAA SNiP Foundation. Their charity shop is filled with goodies like Aladdin’s Cave. Brand new, barely worn, high quality clothing, utensils and work accessories. Good guys and girls hang around the place. Angie and her husband are very appreciative of APAA’s support and plan to donate to the SNiP campaign. “Charity starts here,” insists Jenny. “We’re here to help.” But he thinks it’s reasonable for the APAA to make a donation in return.

Both Billy and Lyra are healthy large black dogs, one with smooth and one with curly hair. Typical Labrador/Retriever type. A couple of puppies look like one or the other, but are the couple golden and previous genes? All gorgeous, healthy and vaccinated. About 12 weeks old and ready to go home to love.

APAA, Contact: Jenny Visit one of our super charity shops. Or Silves, Rua Elias Garcias 20, Monday-Saturday 10-2. Bring or buy!See also Lisa Dowling, APAA Facebook page. Puppy Rehoming: 918706651

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