While waiting at La Cala de Mijas to collect two of our passengers, our van underwent close scrutiny from a local. We think we passed muster. We did, however, make a thorough check for stowaways before leaving. Everyone on board seemed totally oblivious.
It's transhumance season, but a fairly unusual example of such a migration is taking place: a Welsh contingent is leaving a Spanish valley and heading to a slightly higher location in France. Along with the Williamses themselves go their three dogs, Lucy, Coco and Derecha; and four cats, Blackie, Puss and sisters Maisie and Madge. Animalcouriers is reliably informed that part of the reasons for the move is David's passion for rugby, and the fact that he has been starved of the opportunity of going to games for years. As they are moving to the Carcassonne area, they will have [...]
These are the beautiful blue eyes of Nounette, who is travelling with Animalcouriers from the Malaga area of Spain to Wasquehal in northern France. Nounette had courier M crawling around on the floor in a very undignified fashion, as she was hiding under a bed when he arrived to collect her. She seems to be settling into the routine of the journey very well.
Wills and Harry are princes among cats. Animalcouriers have collected them from La Cala de Mijas in Spain and are transporting them to their new home in Yorkshire. We are particularly taken with their stylish collars. Order of the Garter perhaps?