The Metropolitan Consortium of the Malaga Area will allow the pet access on bus lines of those available in the municipal area of mijas, a measure that contemplates the entry of animals of up to 6 kilos of weight if they travel in a carrier, as announced this morning by the Councilor for Transport and Mobility, Nicolás Cruz.
The mayor has pointed out that “it is a demand that we have seen above all in scattered and rural areas”, highlighting that “Until now, the consortium does not allow pets access to its buses, but due to the concern that some neighbors have expressed to us, we have reached an agreement.”
The agreement provides that “the lines 222, 223, 119, and M-156 allow access with carrier pets weighing up to six kilosbeing the first in the province of Malaga to allow it”, explained Cruz.
One of the beneficiaries of this new measure will be Lulu, Xohana’s peta resident of Las Coscas who has been claiming that dogs can access buses of the consortium.
“They told me that they couldn’t bring pets, The City Council told me that it was going to do everything possible to achieve it, and last Friday they told me that we could now carry small pets in carriers, as I had always wanted. It’s definitely a relief for me because I don’t like leaving my dog home alone all day,” he added.
With this new measure, “we continue to pave the way because we are a civic municipality that we take care of our pets and we want our pets can accompany us on our trips within Mijas”, concludes Cruz.