The region has committed its support to this collective, which currently cares for more than 300 animals.
It is clear to SOS Perrera de Los Barrios, they want to leave the current premises because they are located on a flood plain and every time it rains the water gets up to their necks. They are not prepared to continue investing their resources in premises that could collapse again with the next rainstorm and have therefore appealed to the authorities to find them a new place to care for more than 300 animals that have no owner and nowhere to go.
The parliamentarian Ángela Aguilera, has visited the kennels to try to find solutions, although there is little more that can be done than to ask for new land, preferably in the town of Los Barrios. Aguilera has called on the town councils to coordinate and put on the table a space that can accommodate this group as she assures that “we cannot look away. The Campo de Gibraltar is a region of solidarity and its administrations must also be supportive”.
In the last few weeks, the region has given its support to the kennel and has provided them with food, cleaning products and everything they need to care for the animals, something that the collective has greatly appreciated, although they insist that “the main thing is to get out of here because we cannot continue to invest the little we have in this place and then lose it again”.