25 Aug, 2017 @ 14:49
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More than 500 dogs facing DEATH as embattled Costa del Sol charity pleas for donations to avoid closure

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Triple A shelter. Photo: Olive Press

AN embattled Costa del Sol charity is pleading for help after seeing its donations dwindle.

Marbella’s Triple A sanctuary, which is home to more than 500 dogs as well as cats and other animals, says it could see all of its animal residents slaughtered if funds do not arrive soon.

In a plea on Facebook, representative Lily Van Tongeren said: “Triple A might be closing if we do not get help now!

“The first thing anyone can do is go to the website and subscribe as a member for a minimum of only €5 per month.

“Or virtually adopt one of the older or long staying animals for only €15 per month. We will send you an adoption certificate and picture of ‘Your’ own pet.”

“Please share this!” she added.

Donations are believed to have dropped after police raided the charity last year, arresting the head and several employees for alleged cruelty to animals among other charges.

The case is still thought to be ongoing but neither the courts or the authorities are yet to prosecute anyone.

Visit www.tripleamarbella.org to donate. 

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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