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Animal Rescue Costa Blanca


Animal / Pets (cats dog etc) Welfare and Rescue on the Costa Blanca Spain Here is a list of various Animal Welfare groups on the Costa Blanca.

Animal Rescue Costa Blanca PEPA
Asociación Protección y Educación Para los Animales – P.E.P.A.

Cami les Bases 73, Marxuqera, Palma de Gandia 46724, Valencia, España.
We are a group of people who are dedicated to the welfare of abandoned animals. We are not affiliated with any particular organisation, but we are ready to listen, and, wherever possible, help, either financially or with advice.


Animal Rescue Costa Blanca SPAMA
Probably the largest Spanish registered charity in Valencia. We are one of the few to be recognised by the R.S.P.C.A. We are self funding and operate by obtaining contracts with the Ayuntamientos of the towns and villages of the Safor region to collect abandoned animals normally sent to Valencia to a certain death. Our policy is never to destroy healthy animals and we work towards rehoming them wherever possible.


Animal Rescue Costa Blanca APAH

APAH Animal Protection
Pilar De La Horadada area. Asociación Protectora de Animales Horadada (APAH) is an animal rescue charity caring for abandoned and homeless cats and dogs in Pilar de la Horadada on Spains Costa Blanca. Please call 630 422 563


Protection Abandoned Cats and Kittens – P.A.C.K.
The animal shelter P.A.C.K. in Polop (20 mins. to Benidorm, 15 mins. to Alfaz del Pi, 5 mins to La Nucia) is in desperate need of volunteers. This animal shelter has at this moment, 130 cats and 40 dogs. Although the name suggests it is only for cats, the shelter also takes care of abandoned dogs. Want to know more? Please email Patricia at pack-spain.patricia@lycos.nl or phone Lorraine between 12:99-15:00 at 647 627 429.


Alfaz Animal Home
(nr Benidorm) Please come along and see the many breeds looking for loving owners. We have about 200 dogs and 40 cats hoping to be adopted. Call Nicole 965 887 116 (mornings) or Dorothy 647 941 621.


PADS have lots of dogs and puppies for rehoming, at our kennels in Benferri nr Orihuela. We have small Terriers, Pointer, Sharpei, Collie pup, Podenco. Please call 619 938 955 or 626 751 522.


Animal Rescue Costa Blanca APAD

Asociación Protectora de Animales Dénia – APAD
Asociación Protectora de Animales Horadada (APAH) is an animal rescue charity caring for abandoned and homeless cats and dogs in Pilar de la Horadada on Spains Costa Blanca. We became a registered Charity in 2002 and have managed to re-home in the region of 1300 animals since we were formed and yet we still do not have a permanent home of our own! Despite what you may have read in the local press we still need to locate suitable land/premises if we are to continue protecting and caring for the abandoned animals


Animal Aid Costa Blanca

Animal Aid Association Costa Blanca registered charitable organisation to help abandoned, ill-treated and abused dogs to be re-homed and adopted in the South Costa Blanca area.


Animal Rescue Costa Blanca Sat Animal Rescue

SAT, Sociedad Protectora para Animales de Torrevieja – Vereda del Pozo 48, Dolores, 03150, Alicante
SAT refuge at Dolores Kennels, we are open everyday 11.00am – 1.00pm (except Wednesday when we are closed for vets visits). SAT is a non profit making organisation ‘sin animo de lucre’, we raise our funds from events such as Dinner Dances, Dog shows, Charity Sales, Fairs and of course, donations.


PAPAS, Pinoso Association for the Protection of Animals
PAPAs is a registered Charitable Association entirely run by volunteers. We are dedicated to the rescue and welfare of abandoned or cruelly treated animals in Pinoso, Spain. The Association works with the Ayuntamiento (Town Hall) of Pinoso to this end. It also works independently to help animals in other areas whenever possible.


K9 Club, La Marina

Here at the K9 club we rely solely on our wonderful members who are willing to foster the animals that we rescue. If we do not have any foster homes available then we are unable to save more animals from a torterous existence in the fields and village streets. Some of them will end their days in one of the Spanish dog pounds like Cereco in Crevillente.