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£320raised of £2,000 target by 7 supporters

Weʼre raising £2,000 to Fence the land at Animals Lost Paradise Found charity in Portugal

Alcoutim, Portugal
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We are a small animal charity based in Portugal rescuing stray and abandoned animals. Currently we have a total of 145 animals including cats, dogs, horses, goats and chickens. we already have kennels and enclosures for the animals, but desperately need to fence our land to make more designated areas for the animals to run and be free safe. Our charity is only a small charity, but cannot continue to grow with the demand of animals needing rescuing without your help. You can see all about us at

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    Page last updated on: 9/6/2018 10:31 AM



    • paula sousa

      paula sousa

      Sep 6, 2018

      Two of the most selfless people you could ever wish to meet .


    • Gail O'Brien

      Gail O'Brien

      Aug 8, 2018

      Good luck with the fundraising. I hope you reach your target. You do an amazing job. X


    • Amanda


      Aug 7, 2018


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      Aug 3, 2018

    • leigh-ann bath

      leigh-ann bath

      Jul 30, 2018

      keep up the good work guys xx


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      Jul 29, 2018


    • Janet Rayner

      Janet Rayner

      Jul 29, 2018

      Good luck with this fund raising!


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    Mark O'Shaughnessy

    Mark O'Shaughnessy

    Alcoutim, Portugal

    Our charity is only small and needs the support of donations to help the stray animals find shelter and hopefully new and forever homes. But with now 145 animals in our sanctuary we desperately need to expand our shelters to accommodate the increasing number of rescue animals.

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