I wonder whether the idea could be adapted for use here.
There must be dozens, possibly hundreds, of people who would adopt a stray were it not for the fact that an apartment is rarely an ideal home for anything but the smallest model of canine, while others are disqualified by a life style which takes them off the island frequently. Adoption might be the next best thing.
The banks might not like standing orders for as little as, say 1'000 pesetas a month, but I am sure supporters of the animal shelter could collectively do the necessary arm twisting.
Amateur photographers could provide pix of the beneficiaries for their adopted guardians and there is surely enough unused computer power on the island to compile the necessary database.
In the absence of some sort of continuing club I have a feeling that, like all deserving causes, stray dogs and mogs will occupy the limelight for a couple of weeks then fade into oblivion.
Sincerely, Mike Kernahan,