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4 Legs opens website to facilitate adoption of abandoned animals (26/02/2009)

4 Legs Association website has launched to accelerate and facilitate adoption of abandoned animals.

The address is www.cuatropatasjumilla.com and is the most important section is devoted to spreading the cases of dogs and cats who need a second chance.

Thus, the animals will be available for adoption there, see their photographs and access data and contact numbers for visiting and caring for them.

Similarly, a section refers to the cases of missing dogs and cats in the town of Jumilla, and dissemination service for anyone to help homeowners and help them seek to be found.

Anyone wishing to publish an ad can do so by contacting the association.

From 4 feet out that all dogs and cats are adopted health card, vaccinations, worming and microchip.

"The microchip is fundamental to animal rights and a mandatory requirement for all adopters", they explain.

In fact, the campaign "No", dedicated to promoting microchipping for pets, is still in progress.

4 Legs charged 50% of the cost of microchipping of adopted animals in Jumilla and say that in these months have been about sixty.

It has also launched an archive of happy endings in which you can see some of the animals they found house by 4 feet and now live with their new families.

In this regard, they stress that animals have been taken from almost all parts of Spain.

"They have traveled to Burgos, Navarra, Cantabria, Cataluña, Alicante, Valencia, Huelva, Almería, Málaga, Granada, Madrid and Valladolid Castellón, among others," he commented.

There is also information about the association, on current legislation, news related to the abandonment of animals and a place to see videos.

From 4 Paws also reported that, unfortunately, cases of neglect are increasing.

"In recent weeks we collected whole litters of up to 9 puppies left in dumpsters," they say.

"It takes a very large change in mindset and a lot more responsibility to end the problem," he commented.

They have also advanced this year made an information campaign on sterilization and prevention of unwanted litters in order to curb the massive abandonment of pups.

Finally, they wanted to make public his gratitude to all the people who help to give a second chance for abandoned animals, working mainly as host families, volunteers or members.

Source: 4 Patas Jumilla

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