Please do not send her to the Police pound as there is a high probability that she will end up at the Crevillente centre.
Last August we discovered two tiny puppies which someone had callously buried in a hole at the back of our house. They cruelly put the dogs in and covered the entrance with a piece of wood weighted down with bricks thus preventing them escaping. The weather was unbearably hot and we think that they may have been in the hole for about three days. Fortunately, we heard their faint cries and rescued them. Both were dehydrated, covered in fleas and ticks and starving. We set about cleaning them, feeding and watering them and nursed them back to good health.
The dogs settled in very well, making friends with our other animals and becoming members of "the family". It was never our intention to keep them, so we started making enquiries to find them suitable homes. Despite advertising them and contacting the voluntary organisations we could not find homes for them, so, after 8 months we had to make the heartbreaking decision to have them put to sleep.
This decision was not taken lightly. There is not a day goes by when I wholeheartedly regret my decision, I only wish that I could turn the clock back and give them the home that they truly deserved. They were beautiful, funny, clever and loving, attributes, sadly lacking in many human beings.
I hope that this little puppy is merely lost, soon to be reunited with her owner, but if not, PLEASE can somebody offer her a loving, permanent home?
Donna, thank you for showing some compassion, the world would be a better place if there were more of it around.