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We have now sterilised all of the adults except one male from the village El Time, and we are still trying for him.

As soon as all the kittens are bigger we need to help and neuter them too.

Thank you to those that donated, we still have much of the bill to pay, if anyone can spare a bit to help us we would be so grateful for any donations.



Tara and Theon that we found at the rubbish bins a couple of weeks ago did have a home to go to but it’s fallen through.

They are super sweet. Please message me and I will put you in touch with their foster mum that found them.

Adoption will be made via Twinkle so contact and adoption fee applies as standard.

Thank you



This young boy appeared recently in the street and was starving and as you can see he’s covered in mange.

Twinkle paid for his treatment and follow up visits and in about a month her should be feeling much better.

He’s so gentle and calm, in the vets he was an angel all through his examination and even seemed grateful.

Once he’s well we’ll neutering him too.

Has anyone lost this cat?

He has not been checked for a chip yet but will be soon.



An answer to a question we've been asked many times regarding the costs incurred by us for neutering

This is not a straight forward answer but we hope this is enough to give you a clear guide.

Prices vary at each clinic, the more we neuter at some clinics the more discount we receive.

We use 4 different clinics depending on the cats condition, location of the cats, and location of the volunteer or trappers. For neutering, on average we pay €75 per female and €55 per male, which includes flea and worming for every cat.

Twinkle currently owes in excess of €12k in vet bills!

We are regularly paying chunks off the bills but every week we have more cats that need our help.


       We really want to stop cats ending up like this one below,               especially as many are just kittens themselves

We are currently helping 4 separate colonies of between 7-10 cats in each, and also several lone cats that need neutering ASAP.

There are more cats out there that need help but we can’t cope with more logistically or financially.  

Our mission is to always try and get every single cat in a colony neutered, leaving just 1 female cat unneutered can put us back to square one within months, so it’s a constant effort.


   If we miss just one cat mature enough to                breed, this is what can happen.



Who is stealing our cat biscuits from the Caleta harbour, this theft is from the Royal Premium section. ?
This large biscuit feeder was completely filled up at 8am and empty just a couple of hours later.
This food is for the homeless cats and paid for by donations.

We are struggling just like everyone else and can’t afford to let people just steal the food, and what are the cats at the harbour meant to eat when you do this !!!



It's so pleasing to say that little Ashley has been operated on by Javier of Bichos and so far so good. The gland under his tongue was blocked with just over 7 1/2ml of saliva fluid, which was making it impossible for him to eat.

This is very rarely seen in cats it’s, more common in dog he's recovering with pain medication and antibiotics, and I’m happy to say he’s eating well.

He’s got a check up in a weeks time and we need to monitor him for several months to make sure the condition doesn’t re-occur. If it does it would be a much bigger and more dangerous operation.So paws crossed.

Ashley is one of the sweetest little cats we’ve had in our care and I’m glad to say his knees don’t need operating on at this time either.



We are so overjoyed to be able to finally say all of the six kittens born to the sweet mummy and father that was lethally shot have now all got new homes thanks to our supporters on this beautiful island.

I’m so relieved they will never go without love and food or be in any danger.

Happy days



Meet the mummy of the 6 kittens we’ve just homed.

On Thursday we paid for her to be spayed so hopefully she can now live a much more peaceful and content life not having to worry and keep safe endless litters of kittens.

We say thank you to Katie who’s been keeping an safe eye on them all and helping me with the homing.

Good luck brave mummy, She is sweet natured and very friendly, now she is spayed and has been treated for fleas and worms.

If anyone would be able to offer her a home please get in touch with us. She deserves and chance too.



We urgently need to neuter this colony of homeless cat’s that are getting fed by a very kind lady.

We’ve organised the vet clinic to neuter them; but are desperate for donations.

If anyone can donate something towards the neutering and flea and worm treatment we’d be so grateful



Another sterilised this week from this colony in La Oliva.

We plan to get more to the vets next week. There are a couple we can’t neuter yet as they have young kittens but we’re doing all we can to stop the colony getting any bigger until the new mums and eventually the kittens can be caught and neutered......it’s never ending.

                                                             June 2020



Please help us find nice homes for Jerry, Nancy, Baby Bear and thier mum Freya.

You may remember we found them in a mop bucket at one of our cat cafés.

They are all so gorgeous and soft and fluffy. They deserve to know what a kind and loving home feels like -forever.

Freya is going to be sterilised next week now her kitts don’t rely on her for food and can eat alone.

Please get in touch if you’d like to know more about them.                                             June 2020



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In these difficult times it is great that we can all work together.

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Lets start on some happy news, here are some of the kittens we have been so peased to find fantastic homes for recently.

Thank you to all who have adopted, remember you not only give a home to your new addition, you make space for us to help another lost soul.



Our adorable black babies are thriving and so sweet.

Little Milo and Max were adopted and given a great home last week by Lorraine and her family.

Little Serena and Sally Ann are still hoping someone out there can give them a happy ending.

They can be homed separately but if we can we would like to hone them together.



Although we’re struggling in every way and times are hard for everyone, we need to ask for help with our vet bills.

Another group of cats that urgently need neutering before more kittens are born.

We want to help them all and start neutering this group next week, firstly the 4 adult females and 2 males and the kittens we will help when they are bigger.



€86.43 bill and we still couldn’t save him.

This week we had an urgent message about this poor cat ( who is actually the father of the 6 black & white kittens we are helping find homes for), now more urgently than ever, who was unable to use his back legs, Claire messaged us asking what to do, we advised her to take him to Species vet clinic urgently which she did, while I phoned ahead to the clinic to let them know she was on her way.

I’m so sad to report the vet carried out an urgent examination and did multiple xrays which revealed this lovely boy had been shot in the spine at close range! He couldn’t be saved and all we could do was put him to sleep.

This happened in Triquiviate, we are sickened to say this has happened many times in this village. If we knew who is behind this evil behaviour we would take legal action but this coward hasn’t been seen actually shooting.




Little Dotty is still looking for a good home. She’s completely healthy and checked by the vet and treated for parasites as standard.

If you would like to meet Dotty please contact us.

It was Dottys dad that was fatally shot a few days ago. We really need to find this wee baby a home ASAP!



On Friday this frightened mum and her 3 babies were abandoned in one of our cat cafés.

They were all trying to hide in the mop bucket, mum is just skin and bones, although afraid when we put the cat basket on the ground and opened it she actually jumped in the basket along with her kittens.

Although still nervous she lets us stroke her and pick her up, and enjoys a little brush.

Her 3 kittens are not used to being handled and try to hide under their mum or bury their heads in her fluffy coat.

Tomorrow we’ll take them to the vets for a checkup and parasite treatment.

Can anyone foster them while they look for new forever homes ?



We were tagged in a post showing the first photo of this little girl with a nasty wound on her head.

Judy went to see if she could find and catch her and she did with no problem, this little girl is a real sweetheart.

We’ve found out she used do be owned by a couple on the Cocosol Urbanización but they have moved and left the island, which is so sad because she is affectionate, gentle and cute as anything, and she’s not wandered far from her old home.

The wound is an old abscess which had burst but as a precaution the vet gave her a long acting antibiotic injection which should speed up and help her healing. I’m so sorry you have been abandoned little girl.

If anyone out there could give her the proper home she deserves we would help make that happen. She is neutered.





Remember Bosch that Twinkle helped neuter just last week, well he’s so grateful to the lady that caught him and was feeding him that he now goes inside her home and sleeps on the sofa and in the last few days he’s stopped going off into the vast wildness and tumble weed where he used to live and actually enjoys all the home comforts. 

The vet estimated he’s about 5 years old and I think just waiting for someone to help him.

Isn’t it just incredible what neutering can do, even for a cat of this age and how much calm and peace it gives.





Yeahhh the antibiotics have worked. He’s such a sweet cat as long as you don’t want to catch him ! He waits for his supper in the evening and been a good fella and takes his pills in his food. So relieved



This shy cat lives near the Aberdeen Steakhouse in Caleta and has a very sore foot and limping.

L & D tried for many nights to trap him last year when he had cactus needles stuck in his skin, but he was to cautious of the trap.

To save the stress of trapping and a vet visit Species vet clinic prescribed some antibiotics which a nice lady that feeds him will pop in his food and we’ll see if that helps heal the wound. Paws and toes crossed this will work





This young girl had a litter of kittens which sadly all died.

We don’t know why they died because she’d given birth amongst cactus plants and they were all impossible to get to before anyone knew she’d even given birth.

She is only a young cat herself (they can get pregnant from as young as 4 months!) which maybe part of the reason.

The good news is she’s now been taken in by a nice woman and Twinkle will have her spayed at the end of this month.

She can now start enjoying her young life and never have to go through such trauma again.

Please help us to continue helping the homeless cats and kittens of Fuerteventura.





Update on the 3 little girls who’s mum was killed in the road and saved by Chan Telle who found them next to their mum and took them in until we were able to help.

Lucy and Phobe have been adopted by a really super couple, and so that the 3rd kitten was not without her sisters they are fostering Cookie for the time being.

These little girls are really coming out of their shell and playing and full of affection.

I couldn’t be happier with the outcome and know they are safe and loved and being totally spoilt



Update on the 6 little kittens and their mum.

All being well on Saturday they will be going to Species vet clinic, we’ve arranged for them to have a health check and to be treated against fleas and worms and to check who’s a little boy and who’s a little girl, plus we’ve left some food at the clinic so hopefully they can start to eat alone, which will help the mum out as 6 kittens is a lot to feed, and mum can tuck into the food to help rebuild her strength.

Mum and kittens are being looked after by Claire Yeates and her family whilst we all try and find them all good homes and once the kittens are weaned Twinkle will help and pay for mum to be spayed.

Mum and babies are friendly and very sweet. Houdini and Smudge are reserved.

More updates will follow after Saturdays vet visit. If you would like more information please send a message via messenger or WhatsApp 659598719.



Mum and her 6 little kittens all need a home. Mum is very devoted and friendly and went looking for help to support her and her small babies.
They are living in a garden where they have some cover and where they are safe but all of them need homes.
Last night it rained and today it’s scorching hot, they really need good homes inside.
They will be going this week to Species vet clinic for flea/worm medication and a health checkup and to check who’s Male or female, Plus we’ve offered to pay for some kitten milk and special dry food.
Remember kittens can live for 15+ years, so it’s a forever commitment.
Please send a message to 659598719 if you can offer a great home.
Adoption contract and adoption fee applies which covers initial medication and neutering at 5 months of age.





Thought you may like to see the resent rescue by 3 brave total strangers to us, who responded within minutes to our urgent appeal to help this poor cat that had been stuck up a palm tree for at least 3 days.

You guys are true animal hero’s for safely carrying this out and making sure the cat was ok and had 2 good meals from Judy before he went off for a much needed sleep.

Just like all true hero’s they remain anonymous



Six more kittens from the same village as the other 3 that need help.

They have a mum, and for now a safe spot and a bit of shade from the baking heat but of course mum needs help and to be spayed when the kittens are a few weeks older. We simply can’t take in all the kittens we know about but we would like to help find them all good homes and have them adopted.

Our adoptions include flea and worm treatment and neutering when ready.

Please contact Jenny via WHATSAPP, or via facebook  “MESSAGE”  IF YOU CAN OFFER A SAFE AND LOVING FOREVER HOME 659598719.



Whilst making a few changes at this cat café a few days ago we were greeted by this young lady, who was sat there waiting for a nice human.

A few more also came to see us, they all had a fuss and snacks.

Thank you to the kind person for the anonymous donation of the sealed new bottle of water.



In the past few days we’ve managed to help and sterilise this yummy young man found in Corralejo, don’t you just love his face.

He’s found a very caring lady that will take him in now he’s sterilised, just hope he will adapt to living life in a home but I’m sure he will as those macho hormones leave his body.

He’s sweet already so the only way is up for him now




Say hi again to our recently rescued black beauties. After falling off a second floor balcony and having stones thrown at them they are now doing well and are adorable.

In time we would love to find them good homes.

Molly and Serena are little girls, Max and Milo little boys.

They have names now foster mum and dad have got to know their personalities. Max is a darling, he is like a little batman! Molly is the most confident and greedy (there are little growls when the others go to take food sometimes).

Serena because every time her foster mum see’s her she just thinks “serenity”, she's divine! Milo because he just flies around all the time so he looks like he could run miles and Max because he's our little trooper!



Lofty update-yesterday he went to Bichos vet clinic for complete blood work and blood pressure checks.

We are all very relieved that apart from what we knew already about him having very early kidney deterioration everything else is completely healthy and normal.

His thyroid is good, urine good, blood cell count good, protein is good, and for a cat that is at least 17 years old, he’s doing really well.

I must add that 40 days ago he didn’t look anything as strong as he does now after all the holidaymakers disappeared, but thanks to Vikki and John that couldn’t get back to the UK who are now looking after him at his complex, and giving him lovely food and a bed he’s really picked up.

Plus all the other cats on there are getting spoilt rotten, which is what we love to see.



We had a call from a very kind Spanish man concerned about a cat that appeared in his garden just four days prior that would not stop crying.

He was certain it was suffering and in terrible pain and needed urgent vet treatment,but I’m very pleased to say that “Mimi” is not only fit and well but she was on heat which is why she was crying all the time trying to attract a male.

We were lucky enough to get an appointment for her to be spayed before the bank holiday.

Mimi has been recovering with us for the last few days, but I’m even more pleased that she can go back to where she came from and seeing how sweet she is, the nice couple are going to add her to the family as the one and only animal companion this little girl is such a darling and just wants company, I don’t know if you can hear but she purrs all the time when I’m with her.

It will be a toughie putting her back out tomorrow but I know it’s where she really wants to be and will get more time and attention then I can give. Love this girl



We’ve recently helped neuter 9 females and 1 male from a little village past Puerto del Rosario, the capital of the island.

These were the last 3 neutered. This will make a huge difference and prevent many, many kittens being born.

Even though we are all struggling financially we couldn’t say no to these cats. Bearing in mind they all would of had their kittens outside in a field, or under a bush or in an old shed, what ever they could find, plus the mums and any surviving kittens would have struggled to find food and water.

These lucky ones will have a bit of any easier life now.



Happy Cat- Many of you know “Socks” at Fuertesol, here’s a little video of him having a nice treat a couple of days ago while volunteer Alan was there to clean and replenish the cat cafés



Had a few visitors while checking our Monicastillo cat café yesterday ( I was there because someone had cut off and stolen our padlock on the gate). This gorgeous boy insisted I sat and gave him a bit of a fuss.

All of our feeding places are kept stocked with fresh dry food and water thanks to Twinkle’s outstanding volunteers, but the cats come running when they see us, just for a bit of human love.



Ralph back at Broncemar after getting better at Twinkle.

It was really hard putting him back out, knowing he won’t have holidaymakers for treats and company.

The essential workers were happy to see him back and we’ll do our best to check on him when we go to maintain Twinkle’s cat feeding cafés



A happy little video of the 4 beautiful kittens. They’ve just learnt to play. They are super sweet and the smallest one is very clingy. Huge thanks to foster mum and dad for stepping in to help us. 

Yesterday we managed to locate and pick up the 4 tiny kittens that we’d been told about.
First I’d been told they were alone but being feed by a very nice person, which they were, then we found out kids were throwing stones at them!! And yesterday when we arrived we found out that 2 of them fell from a second floor balcony several days earlier ( not the balcony on the photo ) but one nearby on the same complex.
Thanks to the kind hearts of a couple of residents the kittens had been getting food and being kept an eye on.
We’ve now got them and they are in safe hands of friends that have fostered baby kittens for us in the past. Best guess is they are about 6 weeks old and don’t appear to be suffering from any injuries apart from one that has a scratch on his head.
It’s incredible these tiny kittens have survived, which is down to the compassion of the nice neighbours.



Thanks to Rick and Judys combined help we managed to catch this little female this week so she could be spayed.

Rick can normally get very close to her during feeding time but as soon as she was in the basket she turned into a little spitfire.

Bichos vet clinic sterilised her and gave the normal flea and worm treatment and she recovered quickly at Twinkle and was ready to go back to her spot.

As you can see she shot off like a rocket. She may not know it but she’s one of the few very lucky cats we’ve been able to neuter since lockdown.

Any donations towards our vet bill would be so helpful



We were asked to help this sick cat, it looks like he’s been suffering from mange for sometime. The kind guy that asked if we could help was confident he could pick him up as he can normally stroke him and was confident he could put him in our basket, but of course when Judy went and handed the basket over, the cat took off and wasn’t keen on being helped. Plan B... we’ve given the nice guy that feeds him the medication needed to treat mange and antibiotics to prevent the sores becoming infected, which can be put in his food. We took a nice big tin of sardines as well to help disguise the antibiotics. And we should get regular updates, so all being well in a couple of weeks this sorry looking cat should be feeling much better.






Ralph’s vet check went smoothly on Monday, he was such a sweetie and so well behaved for the vet. Examination and xrays show that he’s most likely got asthma. He’s on various medications which should help. Of course I’d rather not have to put him back at the hotel but they do love him and will keep in touch if Ralph needs help again. He’ll stay with Twinkle for a week and then if he’s well enough we will take him back next week. He’s a fussy eating and won’t eat my meat pouches and prefers fresh cooked chicken and Purina dry food. So I’m spoiling him while I can.




Jinge is now called Ralph because Jinge just didn’t sound right when pronounced in Spanish as the vet input his name into the computer.

I’m so pleased to let you know Judy managed to find and pick up “Jinge”yesterday.

He’s with me at the moment and we’ll be going to the vets to see what’s wrong with him.

He has solid poo but with blood, not what I would normally see if it was parasites.

So we’ll see what the vet can diagnose tomorrow and hopefully help get this gorgeous boy better.

He’s so friendly and pads the air with his paws when he standing



An update on old Lofty.
As you may remember, after lockdown started and the tourists had to leave, Lofty didn’t cope well and was pretty weak and hungry until a wonderful English couple that couldn’t get back to the UK moved into the complex while they wait to return to the UK.
I honestly think they saved his life by giving him chicken and fresh water and importantly for Lofty a safe place to rest. We’ve been concerned because he’s not his old self, he’s weaker and seems to have lost his bounce.
On Monday we were able to take him to the vets for a total checkup and blood tests.
The good news is he’s negative of all the normal infections and his sugar levels etc. are ok. His renal’s are fine except for a slight decline with his kidney function but considering he’s almost 18 years young his results are remarkable.
I’m not sure if maybe he needs a dental but I’ll check that out too at a later date.
For now he’s back with the lovely Vikki and John in the place he’s always known as home



Update on Lince from the harbour.

Monday this lucky boy went to his new home and here he is with his new sister.

They are still getting to know each other but I’m confident in no time they will be best buds.
Jayne & Rick were so kind to foster Lince until he was ready to go and I know Jayne shed a few tears the night before as it’s impossible not to get attached to these adorable fluffs when looking after them.

But now Lince doesn’t have to worry about where he’ll get his next meal or chase after the first person he see’s for a fuss because he’ll be getting plenty of both. Thank you everyone involved with Twinkle for helping this handsome young man and for making one cats dream come true.

Happy endings make us all smile


An update on Manuel and a message from his mum and dad.....

Aww he’s an absolute joy and is bringing us so much happiness too 💕Thank you and all the wonderful people at Twinkle Trust,what you do for these beautiful animals is truly amazing and so selfless..I don’t think we ever realised the true importance and magnitude of your work until now.

Always an uphill battle for you and never more so than at the moment.I wish more people on the island would open their hearts to these wonderful creatures and take one in,they really do not know what they are missing...Love and gratitude for all you have done for Manuel and all the other cats and dogs in your care



Remember this bundle of fluff and sweetness that appeared at the harbour earlier this year.

Well we had him neutered thanks to the lovey help of the volunteers who went and picked him up and once recovered he went back to the harbour, but since lockdown he went downhill and developed mange and every time someone went to feed at the harbour he followed them all the way home, desperate for human companionship.

Great news... Species treated him for the mange and several vet visits later ( not easy as we're all limited in movement) he’s now fit as a fiddle and has been fostered during his recovery by 2 wonderful volunteers and to top it off tomorrow he’s going off to a NEW HOME 😺 to join his new step sister that can’t wait to meet him.

Don’t you just love a happy ending.



Good day to all you Manuel fans.

Thursday was the big day for this old fella because he went to his first and only forever home.

This was done via and thanks to Species vet clinic, where Manuel was taken in by his new dad to be microchipped and have his nails trimmed, before setting off to “home”.

I swear Manuel new the night before something was up, as he curled up on my lap and gave me the longest cuddle ever and purred (and snorted as he does).

His new dad coped very well in the vets when Manual managed to jump of the examination table and got into a bit of a panic.

It was so hard for me not being allowed to go inside to be with Manuel because of the gathering and distance restrictions, and as he went off with his dad I was clucking like a mother chicken all evening worried that he was confused and still stressed, but I needn’t have worried. His mum kept me informed from the moment Manuel got home and as you can see he’s already relaxing and loving his mum and dad.

I’m so, so grateful to them for taking on old Manuel, it was your comments about Manuel that made his charming character irresistible to mum and dad. I’m sure we’ll have more news and photos soon.



Yesterday I had to go and check on sweet old Lofty and drop off some more wet food.

Now he’s being looked after he’s looking more relaxed but still not 100%.

The lovely couple looking after him are keeping me up to date and monitoring him closely.

He’s eating 2 pouches of food a day and treats which is great but still not the old Lofty we all know and a bit weak and frail.

He may need a vet visit next week week if he doesn’t pick up but I’m praying he continues getting his strength back. He’s such a special old boy to us all,
please keep your fingers crossed for him.



Peggy is now with foster mum Andrea to give Debbie and me a hand.

It’s sad because of the lack of holidaymakers some of the cats and not just the older cats need extra help.

We would still like to find Peggy a home to make sure she never goes back to life on the streets.

She’s clearly in need of help of TLC and simply can’t cope on her own anymore.

We’ve done all we can by having her intensively looked after by Species vet clinic until she felt like living again and now want to help find her a special home of her own.

A home with no other cats would be preferred as she’s not keen on other cats but just hisses and keeps her distance.




Lofty is another of our golden oldies that lives on a small holiday complex in Caleta de Fuste. Since lockdown (sorry to use that word again but it’s unavoidable) we’ve been really worried because Lofty until recently, has always charmed his way to getting a nice meal from holiday makers.

For the last 2 weeks we’ve been searching for Lofty because of his age to bring him into our care but unable to find him and I was getting more concerned each time I failed to track him down. Thankfully, I managed to find him a couple of days ago and at the moment I’ve left him in the very kind hands of 2 tourists that haven’t managed to get back home.

I was able to give Lofty a quick check over, he could really do with a dental but for now he’s got nice soft meat pouches to eat and prior to that the nice couple had been giving him chicken. He’s lost weight and looking a bit fragile, so we will have to get him checked over by the vets as soon as we can go back. For the time being he’s adored and being spoilt and happy to be in the only place he’s ever know as home.




Don’t you just love this guys face. we helped him when he was found with a very serious and nasty facial wound. Well look at him now, he’s doing just great and wait for it...... he’s been adopted by a very special couple. Never thought someone as sick and as beaten up as this fella would have such a happy outcome. Thank you to Fuerte Pets for getting him over the most crucial first week for us, Noelia for spotting that he needed help and his new family for adopting him 

We were recently asked to help this big old cat that had a very nasty facial injury. The vet isn’t sure if it was an infection from his teeth or a fight ( which was my first thought).

Well after having the wound cleaned and the dead black skin cut away he’s healing well. Today he has a check up and will go again in 5 more days.

Noelia is doing a wonderful job looking after him while he’s recovering . Such a sweet little soldier ❤️
As usual any help with his bills most appreciated




We wanted to update you on the cats from the Villaverde area.
We had made arrangements to catch as many cats as possible last Sunday afternoon,ready to be neutered on Monday morning. The day before we had a message from the vet clinic notifying us that they were having to place the bookings on hold due to the Corona virus situation, they were as upset about this as were we, but we both had to comply with the legislation, and appreciate safety of staff and clients of the clinic had to be considered.
We thank everyone who has made donations and offers of donations for this colony of cats to be neutered, as soon as the situation allows we will make these cats a priority, so your kindness will go to helping this group.

Another 13 cats need help to be neutered. Most are related and it’s mating time so catching them soon is urgent. Can anyone help? Villaverde area.

We need help catching and transporting them to and from their location.

Petrol expenses and all equipment provided. Please get it touch.





An update on some of the cats we’ve helped to sterilise in Puerto Lajas recently. A couple of the photos we posted last week but have additional updates now. So far we have neutered 5 females and 1 male, thanks to you for your donations which helped towards the bill and Elena of DORCASAN vet clinic for neutering this last week

We’ve been asked to help this colony of cats that live in a coastal area not far from the capital.

There are 20 in total. Our funds are so low we can’t help them all but have offered to pay for half of the cats that can be caught and sterilised.

So far 3 have been caught, 2 females and 1 male.

If anyone can help with a donation, small or huge  these cats would be so grateful.

A man that has goats nearby gives them goats milk once a day not much but it’s kind and caring of him.



As you may have seen, this apology has been published in the latest edition of Hoy and Fuertextra, which are 2 local publications in Fuerteventura. In addition as agreed in the courts we are publishing it on our internet pages.





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Donating via Spanish bank transfer


If you wish to make a donation into our Spanish bank, please find the details required below,


IBAN, ES16 0081 0695 5700 0115 8319


Cuenta Relacion Twinkle Trust Animal Aid


Thank you.




Donating via Our UK bank


If you wish to make a donation into our uk bank, please use the details below, 

NatWest Bank

Sort code; 56-00-46

account number; 58775978


Please let us know if you donate into either bank account so we can thank you.