I'd like to chuck in a few comments, purely as an observation.
It is clear that a well intentioned evening has stirred a hornets nest, but there are a few questions arising.
Is Dingo any more a "registered" charity than the others that do work in our "county". I don't know, and it appears nobody else is certain either.
Equally, what, if any, are the actual rules under Canarian law for registering a charity, again if any, and perhaps more importantly can an organisation exist outside formal charitable status but act as if it is one.
I have much experience in the UK of all this. It is the case that an organisation can be established which acts in the manner expected of a charity but which has not gained the necessary status. This is a much more crucial point.
If the law is similar to that of the UK then any one can operate a venture such as Dingos Dogs to support animals even if it is not formally registered. BUT and this is the crucial part, it still appoints a committee of sorts, utilising people of some standing who administer the organisation under the rules laid down even though it is not formally approved. That way, if there are ever any concerns expressed, the accounts can be inspected and the activities investigated to demonstrate the validity, or otherwise, of the operation.
I have read elsewhere about Dingos. It seems to be basically one guy with a bit of land who has dedicated his life to rescuing strays and abandoned animals. Applaudable. However, it also appears he supports what he does through busking in Las Americas, and has been the subject of several attacks where, allegedly, poisened meat has been thrown into the pound and so on.
Obviously some people will naturally question the entire operation, the guy's lifestyle and so on.
It is good to see he has much support here, but it is also understandable that a "one-man-band" has come for some critisism too. Humans are by nature curious and untrusting beings, and, in fairness there have been some nasty deceptions under the banner of charity over the years.
Might I suggest that those who support Dingos get together and work to either obtain charitable status if it doesnt exist, or at least assist through acting as treasurer or whatever the local version of that is, and other posts to oversee what is being done and help the guy to gain the necessary credibility. It may well be that such support would allow him to dedicate more time to the animals rather than being out on the streets himself to support them by busking.
Surely this would be much more beneficial than spending hours on here slagging each other off?!