Jay Jay is a high energy bundle who likes a bit of a snog with his humans! He is around eight months old, a male German Shepherd mix, with a happy and friendly nature and bags of energy. He came into the care of Dogs For U in March with a bad cough but he´s now healthy and happy, neutered and vaccinated, and looking for his forever family, or a foster family to care for him temporarily. He´ll benefit most in a home with people who are just like him – active, kind, cuddly kissers enjoying plenty of company, happy to be outdoors running and walking – oh, and he fancies himself as a bit of gardener, happy to rearrange the lawn or flower beds if he hasn´t got anything better to do!! Yes, he´s a normal mischievous puppy, very intelligent and receptive to training, and he gets on well with other dogs big and small. Jay Jay will be an all-round good family dog with the right people to guide him. Adoption and foster enquiries to Cornelia email, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 637 242 228.
Esporles volunteers needed!
There is a “no kill” dog shelter in Esporles where they take in rescue and care for dogs until they are able to find them homes. But they constantly have a full house being that there is always another dog to rescue, as another gets a home. They are very short on “roll your sleeves up” volunteers. People wh want to clean up, feed and give love to all the dogs. Certainly they need help walking them too, but at the moment they are desperate for help with the nitty gritty on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings. You can find more information here www.amicsanimalsesporles.org or contact 680455922 or 617 60 50 17 and tell them you want to lend a hand.
Kittens continue . . .
If you are interested to adopt a kitten, and there are plenty around at the moment, get in touch with your local shelter as they will help you with the process of making sure you have a healthy animal that is ready to start their new life with a new family. You can find a list of the shelters on the Pet Project website.
Every week Pet Project tries to help or re-home a homeless animal in Majorca. Pet Project is supported by the Majorca Daily Bulletin, the PR business Phoenix Media Mallorca and several professional and amateur photographers around the island.
You can get in touch with Pet Project at http://www.petprojectmallorca.com.