Daily News Blasts

August 5, 2019 Edition

Help Save and Adopt a Pet

The Los Cabos Humane Society (LCH) animal care center is equipped to hold 78 cats and 70 dogs and is always at full capacity with a waiting list. Just one week ago, we took a 2-month old kittie to have it adopted but the wait list had over 70 people ahead of us.

The LCHS’s newly-elected Board of Directors and management team is committed to uphold their “no-kill” policy and making a difference with spay and neuter campaigns. Right now, the funds to sustain operations at the level they want are insufficient. You can have a personalized brick placed at their Wall of Hope with a donation of at least $500 USD or you can volunteer to walk a doggie, or donate cat or dog food. To learn more go to: https://loscaboshumanesociety.org/

 

Ritz Carlton Los Cabos is Taking Reservations

Opening October 15 of this year, the Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, features 115 suites and villas, each with a personal butler and many with a private plunge pool with views of the Sea of Cortez, 27-holes of golf resort among three distinct courses designed by two of the sport's legendary figures, Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus.

The name Zadún is inspired by the Spanish word "dunas" and the dunes the resort is nestled amidst is set in the Puerto Los Cabos development. Reservations can be made by phone by reaching the hotel's direct line at +52 624 172 9002 or through the official website www.zadunreserve.com

 

Baja Hotels Architecture Competes in Europe

Three hotels located in our Southern Baja state have been entered into this year's World Architecture Festival. They are the Solaz Los Cabos and the Nobu hotel in the Completed buildings - hotel and leisure category, plus the Chablé La Paz in the Future project, Leisure-Led Development.

Since our readers haven't heard of the Chablé, it will be located within the Puerto Cortes development, previously known as Costa Baja. The winners will be announced during the December 4 to 6 festival in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

 

Federal Dogs Retire

After years of brave service, 28 dogs trained and used by Mexico's Federal Police have been given up for adoption. Their new owners were chosen by the Mexican Canine Federation (FCM) among 7,000 who applied. Various considerations went into account to choose the families, including the ages of family members, the size of their homes and their economic status.

Because of the dogs' advanced ages, the FCM prefers them to be adopted by families made up of adults because children often prefer dogs to be more energetic and playful.

During a retirement ceremony, the dogs were given ribbons in recognition of their service, and their Federal Police vests were removed.

Back in 2016, police dogs were euthanized at the end of their service but the law was changed and since then, 71 retired police dogs have been adopted.

 

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