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At the end our recent item about José Regueira we thanked him and his sons for their continuing support of this site. Without any need, they, and other sponsors, buy advertising space on JimenaPulse and other sites as a way of contributing to their (and our) community. When was the last time you contributed to your community?> Read the rest of this entry »
Our recent item about Scruffy elicited the following e-mail: “Thanks for your help, your site has found a new home for Scruffy. Can’t thank you enough!” We’re glad and grateful, and thank you all for taking care of Scruffy. We’re sure he will love his new home.
(Received by e-mail) Approx. 7 months old. Very child-friendly and affectionate dog. Will be fully vaccinated and castrated. House trained. Knows the commands ‘sit’ and ‘out’! Loves walks but needs a bit of leash training. Gets on well with our other dog and two cats but we’ve just not got the room for him. He was found on top of the slide in the Paseo, flea-ridden and starving. He’d eaten car oil and was in a bad way, the vet treated him and told us just to take him home and if he lived he’d be a very lucky dog! Loving home wanted for a very special dog. PLEASE!! Call 956 640 671. (Please see recent articles about animal shelters: La Línea, Algeciras, national. You can also Copy & Paste the following URL into an e-mail to someone looking for a dog: http://jimenapulse.wordpress.com/2009/08/18/scruffy-needs-a-home-urgent/)
(Agencies) Further to our recent report on animal refuges being overwhelmed all over Spain, the Society for Protection of Animals and Plants of the Campo de Gibraltar, whose pound is at El Rinconcillo in Algeciras, has regretfully decided they can not take in any more dogs or cats until September because more are being brought in than adopted.> Read the rest of this entry »
There are too many orphanages in Ukraine stuffed full of kids who need a break. Who dream of having parents. Who are hungry and cry their suffering in silence. You can help at least one of them by taking him or her in for the summer, to make a dream come true, to dry their tears, give them good meals and the tender loving care they so desperately need. Here’s how>