This month's Action for Animals page is once again dedicated to finding homes for the animals pictured here, all currently in the Cómpeta area and desperate for new owners.
The three German Shepherd type puppies were found on the track between the Torrox road and Acebuchal, next to Finca Los Pinos, where they are currently being fostered by Sarah and David Mills. They are all female, now around 7 weeks old and ready to go to new owners. Can you offer one of them a permanent home?
The two kittens – one tabby female and a ginger male – have been fostered up until now by Carly Mathews and are now old enough to be rehomed.
They're absolutely adorable, running around playing together, and they even get on well with dogs. Can you give one of them (or both of them!) a loving home?
Our final plea for help is one we're making in advance. Last week these two tiny newborn kittens were brought into our charity shop by a kind lady who had rescued them from the rubbish bins in which they had callously been discarded. They're currently being hand-reared by Sandiey, one of our Action for Animals volunteers, who is bottle-feeding them every few hours. Thanks to Sandiey they've been given another chance. In a few weeks' time, we're hoping they'll be strong enough to move on to their new owners. Will you be the person to give these little ones the love they deserve after such a poor start in life?
As always, Action for Animals can help with costs should you decide to adopt any of the animals mentioned in this article.