A Guardamar animal rights group has criticised the local council for not keeping a promise to provide a special secure area for feral cats. Andrés Navarro(pictured) the leader of Animalistas Guardamar del Segura says that volunteers are looking after the animals after they have undergone sterilisation, but nothing has happened so far in regard to a pledge to create a secure pound for them with power and water. Navarro claims the council has not delivered so far and they plan to protest about their alleged failure, but the authority says that the welfare group are to blame. The council say that Animalistas has not constituted itself formally as a non-profit association and therefore at the moment does not legally qualify for grants or help.

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