To raise funds for
the assistance and welfare of animals in the Western Algarve.
versão portuguesa (clicar aqui)
Lt 15. Loja 4 Rua da Ameljeira
(behind the Goncalos Hospital)
Fiscal Number 506121348
IBAN PT50 004571944018666104484
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2017 has been yet another good year for the Nandi Charity Shop
despite a slow start in the first quarter. Both shops are doing well. Shop
volunteers and all those working behind the scenes have done an excellent job
in maintaining our income levels, allowing us not only to continue supporting
the street animals but also to expand our support in a number of areas.
In 2017 we have again managed to achieve our target of spending
over 70% of our income on the animals.
Of course, much of our
work would not be possible without the support of our local vets. All of them,
(Lagos Vetinary Clinic, Clinica Vetinaria do Ferrel, Naturavet, Lagos PetVet) provide us with an excellent
service often with advice and non- medical help when we are faced with out of
the ordinary events.
We are hoping to expand our participating vets during 2018 to
cover the more remote areas of the Western Algarve.
Several new initiatives
have taken place during 2017:
. We have given financial support to several new
. We have participated in a major cat “Trap,
Neuter, Return” (TNR) programme covering the whole of the Vila Do Bispo area
from Sagres to Burgau. In 2017 we have neutered 57 male cats and 86 female cats The work is set to continue in
Nandi itself has funded the sterilisation of a
total of 1,382 cats and dogs in 2017 and we have even paid for the
sterilisation of one donkey.
. We have spoken to Lagos Camara about a similar
TNR programme and a children’s educational programme. This is an ongoing
initiative and will continue through 2018.
. The cats at the “Lagos cat hotel” have been well looked after withy the help of
We continue to support our local sanctuaries at
Bamboo, Cadela Carlota, Vila do Bispo, and Alzejur. This support includes both
food subsidies and vetinary assistance.
We are also supporting the local human community
with clothes and bric-a-brac donations to our local orphanages and to the less
well-off within the community.
Our non-saleable but serviceable clothes now go to
Africa to support the various foreign initiatives in that country.
http://sp-animais.pt/ Sociedade protectora dos animais. The Animal Protection Society is a private non profit organisation.