The Marbella City Council is executing the refurbishment works of a municipal warehouse That will allow the temporary care of abandoned animals in the city, and that is projected provisionally while the construction work of the future facilities of the Triple A animal association is undertaken, as announced this Thursday by the mayor, Ángeles Muñoz.
This was highlighted by the councilor in a visit she has made to the facilities where the work is being carried out, in the vicinity of the logistics pavilion for Operational Services, where she has had a meeting with the new Triple A board of directors, and it has advanced that the project for the definitive center of the entity will be expected to be completed by the end of next year.
“We have always kept our commitment to the improvement and care of pets that are abandoned and, in this sense, two years ago we began to act to improve their conditions, specifically through the creation of a network of sanitation and drinking water supply in the dependencies of this group ”, Muñoz pointed out.
In this sense, he pointed out that “as a result of this action and being aware that it is a municipal competition, we decided to bet on a new better and more modern facilities, that guarantee the best care of the animals “, while it has specified that” while the work is undertaken, it has been decided to provide a space to respond to dogs and cats, mainly through the conditioning of a municipal warehouse that was in disuse”.
“The goal is to ensure that dogs and cats are properly cared for, counting on their differentiated spaces and with the elements that allow their perfect assistance, and from the City Council, both from the Works and Health delegation, we are working in this sense so that the provisional facilities are working at the beginning of the year ”, he indicated the first mayor.
Regarding the future center of Triple A, the mayor highlighted that the project has a significant investment amounting to 1.2 million euros, to which is added the 600,000 euros for the installation of the aforementioned supply and sanitation networks. “They will be the best and most modern facilities for the care of abandoned animals”, stressed Muñoz. For her part, the new president of the association, Elise Dunweber, thanked “the support of the City Council” and stated that “we are following the evolution of the project with great interest.”