Primadomus is the Spanish headquarters of the AAP Foundation. Primadomus lies 7, 5 km to the south of the town of Villena (arround 30.000 inhabitants) in the Alicante region, at the foot of the Sierra de Salinas. Over the past years, Primadomus grew to be a fully CITES-accredited shelter facility in the Southwestern part of Europe. As Primadomus has its own quarantine facility, the entire acceptance- and shelter process can, and will, be carried out on site.
The first 14 big cats have found refuge at Primadomus already. Some of the inhabitants are very hard (or impossible) to relocate, so they are allowed to live out their days under the Spanish sun. Due to its vast space and natural environment, the terrain is very suitable for permanent housing.
In 2019 AAP Primadomus was also appointed as official NGO partner of 'the National Action Plan Against Wildlife Trafficking' in Spain.