Joe - A.I.D. President happy endings

Joe & Janice run the AID animal charity since 2008. Our aim is to rescue abandoned, abused animals and find them forever homes

ABOUT US - For many years we independently helped animals in England. We moved to the Costa del Sol in 1998 and helped animals whenever possible.  A few years later we moved inland to Coin and became even more aware of the plight of so many animals.

In 2006 we started as fundraisers and worked with like-minded people to help the individual Foster homes and the small Rescue Centres that look after and home animals. 

Due to the volume of Stray and Abandoned animals we became more involved in 2007 rescuing and homing animals and in early 2008 we became a registered charity No. 7974 - CIF Nº G92937002 . All the Dogs are based in our shelter except the young and sick, which are taken care off in our home or foster home. We also have a small cattery. Please note that we do not take in people’s own pets. Our mission is to try to find good secure homes for the stray, abandoned, abused animals that we take in as well as networking with other charities to find homes here and in other parts of Europe. When financially able we also try to help the individuals and small charities that are overloaded with animals and lack the funds, so we provide food and medical care.

As from 1st January 2020, A.I.D. will no longer be a registred charity and will be raising funds for Last Chance Animal Rescue, a registered charity in Andalucia dedicated to finding homes for stray, abandoned, abused animals found in Coin and surrounding villages in this part of Malaga in Andalucia. All the dogs that are rescued and taken care off, are located in their shelter and foster homes and all the young puppies are in foster care. They have a small cattery. Our mission is to raise funds so that they can find good secure homes for the stray, abandoned, abused animals that are in the streets, which includes those that have been in a road accident. Most of the dogs and cats are homed in Holland and UK with a few going to Belgium and Spain. Their charity is classified as ‘Animos sin lucro’ and does not have any paying members. All the funds raised are used for helping the animals in one way or another .None of the volunteers or the charity committee takes a wage so we really need every one's help. They do not receive any type of local government funding. To donate click here or the 'donate' button below. Help us to help the animals!!!

• Vet consultations
• Blood tests…
• Treatment for the above when positive
• Drops & Parasital collars for protection against flea, tick, Leishmaniasis
• Regular worming
• Sterilising dogs
• Sterilisng cats
• Vaccinations (3 for pups)
• Rabies vaccinations
• Cat vaccinations
• Special Puppy/kitten milk + food
• Micro chips
• EU Passports
• Dog food
• Cat food
• Cat litter
• Collars and leads
• Animal houses for refuge/foster homes
• Beds
• Toys
• Unexpected operations (road accident etc…)
• Travel costs for homed animals in Europe
• Road transport cost for homed animals here and to UK
• Sterilising feral cats when funds are available
• Projects expenses to help animals that come into our care.
• Paying for all expenses for our `long term´ animals
• Other unforeseen expenses to help the animals
• Running costs of the charity (rents, accountant etc…)
• We are classified as *Animos sin Lucro* Roughly translate means *Intentions without profits*


We do not receive any funding from the Government or local authority.