There are many people who call or come to bring injured animals every year. Without them it would be impossible to carry out our work, we would had to spend the day going from one place to another, picking up injured animals and orphans. Unfortunately we can not take care of all of them, we can only accept native species.

For legal, economic and public health reasons, we can not treat exotic or feral animals as domestic pigeons, green parrots or freshwater turtles of Florida among other species. For us it is a displeasure not to be able to take care of these animals, because we are conscious that need help and that the person who bring them does not know what to do and has made an effort to bring it to Brinzal, but no matter how much we would like to treat them, we can not do it.

The law does not allow us to release them, nor give them to any organisation once cured and we do not have enough space to attend them and keep them. The only thing we can do is tell you about some associations or aid centers where you can take them, it can be an opportunity for these animals, which by mistake or negligence have become invasive species unwittingly.

It is necessary to indicate that invasive species are a serious problem for the conservation of the ecosystems and the native species that inhabit them, that is why we have to make aware that you do not do any favor by trafficking with them, be it legal or illegal. Animals like cats and dogs, which have been domesticated for thousands of years, that are ideal to have as a pet.

If you find a wounded animal and do not know what to do with it, do not hesitate to contact us by phone at +0034914794565 (we can not always be aware of social networks) and we will try to find a solution.