05 February 2009
Part 2 of our visit to check out expats helping abandoned dogs in Spain

Today's show follows on from yesterday's as we chat to the expat volunteers who run the Adana animal rescue centre in Estepona.  Today Janet tells us about their plans going forward and the hope that there will never be a need for them in the future.  Let's hope so.

To contact Adana, or to volunteer or donate money, please visit their website for further information at www.adana.es




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David McNally on 06 February 2009 @ 11:08 said:
On behalf of all of us at ADANA, including the pooches, we would like to thank Susan and Justin for putting the two programmes together. On Wednesday night and Thursday we had a massive landslide which flooded one of the runs. Fortunately our valiant volunteers rallied round and dug a ditch for the water to escape. The dogs were highly entertained. Unfortunately we now face a huge bill to secure the side of the site from future slips. So if anyone out there can help us raise the 20,000€ we need please get in touch. info@adana.es

Thanks again for all the kind comments


Poppyseed on 05 February 2009 @ 21:28 said:
Inspirational, restores some faith doesn't it. Well done to everyone involved with Adana.


BobShe on 05 February 2009 @ 18:55 said:
Enjoyed the two shows on Adana. What an eyeopener; what dedicated people!


Steve on 05 February 2009 @ 16:42 said:
Thanks for a very interesting show. I hope Adana get some help and money from this


More on 05 February 2009 @ 15:19 said:
What unbelievable dedication by Janet & the others there. I thoroughly enjoyed learning more about Adana. Perhaps, in time, we could be shown how they have progressed. I'm certain that is on the cards, Justin & Susan. Thank you.



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05 February 2009
Part 2 of our visit to check out expats helping abandoned dogs in Spain
Today's show follows on from yesterday's as we chat to the expat volunteers who run the Adana animal rescue centre in Estepona.  Today Janet tells us about their plans going forward and the hope that there will never be a need for them in the future.  Let's hope so. To contact Adana, or to volunteer or donate money, please visit their website for further information at www.adana.es
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04 February 2009
We visit Adana, the dog rescue charity to see what they do and what help they need - Part 1
Today we visited the dog rescue charity in Spain, Adana.  We spoke to the people helping out there and looked around their facilities.  We were really touched by the work that the volunteers do there looking after 150 dogs that they have rescued.  Please watch the video and find our more about the great work done by the people at Adana.
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