Benidorm to provide funding for local animal shelter

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THE mayor of Benidorm, Toni Perez, and the mayor of Health, Ana Pellicer, have visited the facilities of the SPCA in Marina Baixa, where they were shown the improvements that have been made. It announced new aid to further enhance the centre’s capabilities.

Toni Perez explained that the visit aims to “assess the state of the facilities and what future requirements are,” while “maintaining our strong commitment to improve resources.”

The mayor stressed his appreciation for “the tireless, courageous and priceless work of the organisation and the volunteers, because they do an incredible job with animals that have been abandoned.” Perez added that “they show great courage and selflessness and are always thinking of the animals welfare and how best to serve them.”

The mayor of Health, Ana Pellicer, wanted to emphasise that “the treatment of animals is outstanding by the entire team of workers and volunteers,” adding that “it is clear that the team cares about these facilities, they are spotless and clean, the animals are treated with the love and attention that they deserve, they are doing a tremendous job.”

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