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"Paradise Tails" Shelter

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San Josè Del Cabo

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Products necessary for the shelter

Dry food for dogs (10kg)

39,99€

Canned dog food (4,8kg)

11,7€

Dry food for kittens (4kg)

18,99€

Dry food for cats (10kg)

37,99€

Canned cat food (2,4kg)

9,99€

Canned cat food (1,2kg)

5,99€

Dry food for cats (2kg)

11,50€

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The shelter was founded in 2008; however, it officially received the name Paradise Tails only last year. Over the years, the shelter turned into part sanctuary when a dog with cellular brain damage, two cats with feline leukemia, and a dog that had gone through such severe abuse that an adoption was just impossible were rescued. Even the dog trainer could not get through to him. So, both these dogs

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The shelter was founded in 2008; however, it officially received the name Paradise Tails only last year. Over the years, the shelter turned into part sanctuary when a dog with cellular brain damage, two cats with feline leukemia, and a dog that had gone through such severe abuse that an adoption was just impossible were rescued. Even the dog trainer could not get through to him. So, both these dogs and the sick cats ended up staying in the shelter. So far, they have been living a very happy life. One of the cats passed away a few years ago. Sick animals live separate from the healthy ones. When some old dogs came to the shelter and could not be given to adoption, it was decided to turn the shelter into a sanctuary and provide a place to for the unwanted animals — the ones that are easily overlooked. The shelter provided a nice pension to old dogs that stayed in the shelter until their time came. They left this world having spent their last years happily with confidence that they had been loved. So, the shelter focuses a lot on older dogs and cats that have trouble getting adopted. At the same time, the shelter receives many young animals, adult dogs, and cats. Hundreds of dogs and cats have found shelter over the last nine years. There are many stories of little broken souls who were able to heal their physical and emotional wounds and find love again with a beautiful family. This is what the shelter aims at. These happy endings are very encouraging. These happy endings are what make all the work worth it.
The shelter owner does most of the work himself. The shelter is maintained due to the owner’s salary and some donations. Sometimes one or two volunteers from Canada come down to the shelter and offer their help. Besides rescuing and fostering, it is important to speak to people about spaying and neutering their dogs and cats. The shelter owner has bought some land in a beautiful, isolated area where he will hopefully start building a bigger sanctuary soon, so he will be able to rescue and take care of even more animals.

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Mexico, San Josè Del Cabo

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