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Charity in “full panic mode” as funds run dry and animals suffer on Spain’s Costa Blanca

A DESPERATE plea for help has gone out from one of Costa Blanca’s well-known charities, Big Reds Animals. The owner has admitted that animals may...

Community pulls together to help food bank robbed of stock for the needy on Spain’s Costa Blanca

AN Almoradi-based charity has had its storage facility robbed of stock meant for food parcels. Big Reds was keeping hundreds of euros worth of groceries...

New dawn for expat charity shop that had to cancel opening day due to lockdown on Spain’s Costa Blanca

BIG RED’S charity shop in Almoradi had been trading for exactly one hour when they were forced to close in March because of the...

Animal rescue centre ‘washed away’ risking lives of 48 animals during gota fria starts campaign to build ‘forever home’...

AFTER devastating floods, helicopter rescues and a family split asunder, Big Red’s Animal Rescue Centre has now found it’s ‘forever home’. The devastating gota fria...

Stray cats more at risk during coronavirus lockdown, says rescue centre on Spain’s Costa Blanca as it pleads for...

BIG Red's Animal Rescue Centre in Almoradi, Costa Blanca South, has at least nine cats that will need new homes from the end of...

Urgent plea for blankets from Costa Blanca pet charity suffering ‘perfect storm’ during lock-down

ALMORADI pet rescue charity, Big Reds, has issued an urgent plea during the pandemic lock-down. Blankets are desperately needed for the cats and dogs that...

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