A DONKEY DREAM COME TRUE

A DONKEY DREAM COME TRUE

When Belgian student Tess spent time at ARCH last autumn she fell in love with a young donkey we had named Jez.  Jez had been brought to the Centre by the local police in Malaga where he had been found abandoned and tied to a lamppost.  Recently Tess came back on a...
STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE

STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE

Curra, one of the four rescued mares gave birth to a little colt three weeks after she came to the Centre, in a shocking condition of starvation. At first it was doubtful that the little man could survive or that Curra could manage to feed him, but against all the...
TRULY HORRIFIC

TRULY HORRIFIC

SEPRONA contacted ARCH about the dire need of several horses dying of starvation in Malaga. This was one of the worst cases we had encountered and there was no one else for SEPRONA to turn to. Although the Centre is full to bursting we felt we had to help, offering to...
A SAD SIGN OF THE TIMES

A SAD SIGN OF THE TIMES

The Rescue Centre has just taken in more apparently abandoned animals found running loose in the campo just to the north of Malaga. We were full before, now we are full to bursting and can take no more in until we can rehome some of our existing residents. More...
JUSTICE FOR PRINCESA

JUSTICE FOR PRINCESA

Four years ago a severely malnourished and scruffy young mare arrived at ARCH, in such a bad condition that our animal rights lawyer Aritz Toribio used her case in his internet seminars to show the extent of animal abuse. He called her Princesa in the hope that her...
GOOD NEIGHBOURS, GOOD FRIENDS

GOOD NEIGHBOURS, GOOD FRIENDS

Visitors to the Rescue Centre on Sunday mornings will now be offered vouchers kindly donated by local supporters. Andrew Allington who runs the complex Cortijo Fruitful Hills a short way from ARCH is inviting our visitors to come to his Quiet Garden (a worldwide...