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17:16

Local

Torremolinos joins abandoned dogs adoption programme

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos is the latest town to join the initiative #CuidayAdopta, a service that encourages the adoption of abandoned and lost dogs. Organised by the Spanish association of municipal veterinarians (AEVM), the project aims to reduce the number of ... stray dogs that currently live on the streets of Torremolinos. The new initiative will promote a policy of "dog owners taking responsibility, zero tolerance of abandonment and the promotion of adoption". As part of its commitment, the town hall has

13:26

LifeStyle

Hundreds of pets join in the city's Dog Party

JOSÉ MIGUEL RAMÍREZ

...awareness about the importance of adoption. The Party also recognised the work of organisations and individuals committed to animal wellbeing such as Perros de Málaga and Galgo 112. The activities included disc throwing and other demonstrations and

16:07

Opinion

In all but name

Mark Nayler

...authorities seem similarly unwilling to use this dreaded term. In the Bank of Spain's latest address on Covid this week, the dirty word wasn't employed directly, but it was lurking just behind those that were. The Bank recommended the adoption of a medium-term ... repeat adoption of the strict austerity measures introduced a decade ago during the economic crisis". Yet it's not at all clear that there's any meaningful difference between what the Bank says will be necessary to contain Covid's economic fallout and

15:07

LifeStyle

1 May 1890: International voices unite for workers' rights

Rachel Haynes

...although the dictator did have to acknowledge the Catholic Church's adoption of 1 May asthe universal feast of St Joseph the Workman, patron saint of workers, under Pope Pius XII in 1954. The public holiday was reinstated in Spain in 1978 and since then 1

11:24

LifeStyle

Marbella shows off it's top dogs

Ash Bolton

Adoption", meaning people can pay 15 euros a month for a dog's upkeep, until it is adopted by someone. Formed in 1991, the charity is located in a disused mine on the road up to Ojén and covers Marbella and San Pedro. Jan said more volunteers are always

15:30

Local

A boundless ambition to help abused dogs

Tony Bryant

...dogs, most of which are malnourished and have suffered abuse. For more information, visit Hope for Paws vzw's Facebook page. Hope for Paws offers a foster and adoption program and has given 700 Spanish stray dogs a new home in Belgium The charity ... operate a similar service in Malaga. “Doing nothing changes nothing. If we can work together with each other we will be on the right route to make that change,” she declares with conviction. Adoption programme The organisation also offers a foster ... and adoption programme, which has already given over 700 Spanish stray dogs a new home in Belgium and the Netherlands. Before adoption, all dogs are neutered and provided with a microchip and a European passport. Their volunteers visit all adoption

11:00

LifeStyle

Feline fundraisers claw in over 200 euros

ASH bolton

Manilva. In addition, the charity works with Manilva's Environmental Department, provides education about street cats to the general public and focuses on the adoption of suitable cats and kittens. Charity bosses at the AGDM are now seeking volunteers

10:52

Local

After last week's storms, an inland animal shelter appeals for help

SUR

...animals waiting for adoption are kept. There are around 100 dogs and cats according to managers. Rain returns to the area and is forecast on Saturday as well The head of the association, María Serrano, described the situation as critical this week.

14:48

LifeStyle

Malaga's forgotten female writers

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Rosa de Gálvez and Isabel Oyarzábal Smith, and others who were local by adoption, like Gamel Woolsey, Jane Bowles and Mercedes Formica, can occasionally be found in a library, but are awaiting a definitive rescue. That, however, is not just a matter of ... colleagues such as Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote considered her one of America's finest writers, better than her husband. A supporter of sexual freedom, she spent her final years in Malaga and died there in 1973. Another local author by adoption was