Actualización de cómo va la causa
Rosa Chaparro
Rosa Chaparro, Teaming Manager, el 30/04/2021  a las 10:24h

Dear friends,

Spring (warmer as summer!) has arrived to our sanctuaries and with it a lot of flowers, a great variety of other animals (like insects and birds), hope as more people are getting vaccinated, good news and rehoming stories with happy endings. The amount of work before us can seem quite overwhelming at times, but we will never stop in helping to create a world where donkeys and mules live free from suffering, and their contribution to humanity is fully valued.

The renovation work at our sanctuaries is almost complete, and we continue ensuring that our 262 resident donkeys and mules continue to receive expert care, a warm (and now brand new!) safe stable to rest in and freshly planted grass to explore and graze. We are also planning very exciting work around donkey care education for responsible ownership and early ages, which we hope to share soon.

In our previous newsletter we told you about the neglected case where 37 animals were left homeless in La Línea de la Concepción (Cádiz) after their owner was prosecuted for animal abuse. We have very good news to share. We are so pleased to tell you that the equines have already joined warm, loving homes where they will receive all the care and attention they deserve. We will tell you more below.

In this newsletter, we will also provide advice on how to protect donkeys from insects and poisonous plants, keep you informed on life at our sanctuaries, and offer some updates about our resident donkeys and mules.

Hope you enjoy the reading! Thank you all for your incredible support ♥

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