Welcome to our news section. Here you can read about all the activities we are involved in, keep up to date with our association and current isssues, find out how many cats we have rescued, helped, found new home for and much more. Please feel free to share these articles with your friends and colleagues, using the social media links. All these articles are also on our Facebook page.
Articles are written in Spanish and English, most also in German. Scroll past the Spanish text to reach the other languages.
Due to the success of our last food collection campaign we are doing it again. You can find us at the Carrefour supermarket at the Portal de la Marina shopping centre in Ondara, throughout the month of August.
If you have experience with kittens and a spare room in your house please contact us. We need you. You can do a great job helping us and saving lives. Aldea Felina provides everything you need including the food, bed and bowls, veterinary checks and support.
With the arrival of spring, we already have an avalanche of kittens looking for a home. All of them are lovely of course, but today we want to introduce you to Gus and Eclipse. You will fall in love with them immediately!
Thank you to all the families who have adopted a cat from Aldea Felina, this year we had more success than previous years. That in the most part is because our community is growing and more people are talking about the good work we do.
Our Association has the opportunity to present our work at the 'SOLIDARITY STAND' in the Portal de La Marina Shopping Centre this weekend. It is a stand located on the ground floor, next to the panoramic lift. We will be there from 10 am until 9 pm, to meet and greet you. It is a fantastic opportunity for you to find out more about our Association, especially as we are celebrating 20 years since we opened our doors.
With everything we have been through this year, many of us hope we can learn how to be more considerate to others, to think about others and be more humane than before this crisis. But our hopes did not live long, as you can see by this picture.