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10/03/2017 @ 09:13 posted by María

A Nuri la encontraron hace un año abandonada en la calle,una chica la recogió pero su perro no termina de aceptarla y le ataca. Nuri es muy pequeñita,se lleva bien con perros,ignora a los gatos y es buena con niños.

Nuri was taken in by a family who found her abandoned in the street. Unfortunately her dog would not accept little Nuri. She is a tiny little girl who is no problem with other dogs, ignores cats and is fine with children.

Peso: 3kg aprox

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26/04/2015 @ 19:02 posted by María

Barney has been returned to Pad 10 years after being adopted as a puppy!! His owner says his character has changed and she can’t cope with him. He is a boy who would like a quiet home now with no children as he has a serious heart murmur which needs daily medication. He loves his walks and cuddles.
Can you give him the home he needs?

Peso: 4kg aprox

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07/03/2015 @ 19:14 posted by María


09/01/2015 @ 19:28 posted by María



Katie was found abandoned on the street at only 8 weeks old. She is currently in a foster home.
She is now nearly 4 months old and a real bundle of fun! Katie is loving and intelligent. She is living with other dogs and a cat so is very well socialised. Katie will be a large dog when she is fully grown. Would you like to give her a permanent home of her own?

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@ 19:25 posted by María



Joseph is yet another abandoned puppy taken into our care. Joseph is now just over 3 months old. He is currently in a foster home where he is living with a family and other dogs. Joseph is mischievous and playful, very confident and loving. He will be medium sized when fully grown.Can you give him a permanent home?

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The Mijas Costa based animal charity P.A.D (Protección de Animales Domesticos) is, once again, facing a crisis situation and is appealing for urgent help to reduce the number of animals in their care. President Lisa Emeny explained, “We, like many animal charities, have been struggling for some time because demand for our services has increased whilst our income has dropped dramatically. We urgently need to reduce the number of animals we are currently looking after which, in turn, will reduce our running costs. At the moment we have 180 cats and 35 dogs who desperately need to be re-homed. I would ask anyone who is able to offer a home to one of these beautiful animals to please visit the shelter.”

Lisa further explained, “We have been limiting the number of new animals that come in to the shelter for some time now and reducing our costs wherever possible but we have now reached crisis point”.

The shelter can be found behind the Canes vet on the road to the Hipodromo which is at the back of the Myramar shopping centre. The shelter is open between 10am and 2pm and 3pm to 6pm Monday to Friday and 10am and 2pm at weekends.

Bankinter:  0128 0796 13 0102677405

For more information about P.A.D visit www.padcatsanddogs.org or telephone the shelter.

Dogs 952469254 or 689757216

Cats 952468054 or 689757580



12/06/2013 @ 22:12 posted by María


21/03/2013 @ 22:41 posted by Emma


P.A.D (Protección de Animales Domesticos) is an animal shelter based in Mijas Costa dedicated to caring for and re-homing abandoned cats and dogs for the past 17 years. The shelter is currently home to 57dogs and over 250 cats. Along with so many others the charity is facing a severe financial crisis because demand for their services has grown whilst contributions have dropped dramatically.  The charity’s source of
income is entirely based on donations.  Although notices posted at the shelter explain that no more animals can be accepted the staff find dogs and cats dumped on their doorstep daily.

President Lisa Emeny explained, “P.A.D currently has enough funds to survive the next two months and after that, if we don’t find a way to get some money in, I don’t know what we will do.  Although we are constantly fundraising our current income levels are not enough to sustain the
expenditure involved in ensuring the animals in our shelter are cared for and, although it is heart-breaking to turn people away, we simply cannot continue to take in any more cats and dogs.  We have to focus on the ones we already have.”

If anyone is able to offer any financial help please make a donation as soon as possible to :

Bankinter:  0128 0796 13 0102677405

You can also donate via Pay Pal or take donations to the shelter.

Lisa added, “These animals in our care didn’t choose to be there.  But people do have a choice to help them and
I can assure you that every cent will be gratefully received.”

For further information please call : 658 351 642 E mail: info@padcatsanddogs.org or visit www.padcatsanddogs.org