Company rescues RSPCA by donating temporary offices

Julie Bellamy has relocated her office to the donated transportables because there are more cats than space at the RSPCA.
Julie Bellamy has relocated her office to the donated transportables because there are more cats than space at the RSPCA.

After the number of animals the shelter cared for rose to 350 last month ” double its capacity ” following the seizure of 300 animals from three properties, at least six staff were forced to share limited office space to make way for cats.

To resolve the problem Complete Portables in Malaga has donated two temporary donga-style offices to house the displaced staff members including the head of the Malaga shelter, Dr Julie Bellamy.

RSPCA spokesman Tim Mayne said it was forced to relocate cats to the office because under the law it could not de-sex, microchip or re-home the animals pending court action against their owners.

Therefore during this period the shelter has had to establish a quarantined area for the seized animals to ensure the health of existing animals, putting strain on already limited space at the shelter.