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Animal Webaction
Cette collecte a été réussie, elle a été livrée le 28/10/2019, découvrez les photos de la livraison.
Picture taken by Animal Webaction on the Saturday 12 October 2019 photo association

A truckload of kibble to save the Moroccan dogs !

In Morocco, Hind has no more kibble for her 160 dogs, they will starve to death!
Picture taken by Animal Webaction on the saturday 12 october 2019 photo association
A truckload of kibble to save the Moroccan dogs !
In Morocco, Hind has no more kibble for her 160 dogs, they will starve to death!

4,000 kg
of dry food offered

4,000 kg
of dry food necessary

Donate with trust: Animal Webaction has been on site and checked the truthfulness of everything presented in the collection.

In Morocco, Hind has no more kibble for her 160 dogs, they will starve to death!

Overwhelmed by the new rescues, Hind is helpless in the face of the food shortage.

At her request, we went on site on October 12th.

Sick, malnourished and wounded, dogs are extremely fragile.

Hind already finances 80% of the association's expenses, and is overwhelmed by debt.

Without a grant or any help from foundations, we are her last hope.

We would like to send 4000 kg of kibble as a matter of urgency.

100% transparency guaranteed.

 

 

1. Sick, malnourished and injured, these dogs cannot stay without kibbles, they will starve to death!

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Abandoned because she was aging and sick, Inass was taken to the shelter, but her health is very fragile, she will not tolerate any malnutrition

 

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Wandering in the middle of the road, Boby and Rex were scared and hungry when they were rescued... they have only been in the shelter for 20 days, and are still very vulnerable

 

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Happy has only been at the shelter for 1 month after being hit by an accident. He suffered serious injuries and had to undergo surgery, his recovery is not yet complete

 

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Zeus was rescued from the street, where he was probably born, and where he lived a very hard life. He is only 1.5 months old, and needs kibble to survive

 

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Found a few days before our visit, Lucky was stuck on an block between two fast lanes, when a car had already hit him... He suffers from serious injuries to his hind legs

 

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During our visit, only 60 kg of kibble remained at the shelter, a very small amount for the 160 dogs cared for!

 

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"We struggle to make them survive "explains Hind. But without kibbles, it is impossible for her to help them...

 

 

The association's shelter, commonly known as a " recovery centre ", mainly receives abused, sick, abandoned or dying dogs. All of them are cared for by a veterinarian when they arrive at the centre, they are in a state of extreme fragility, and need an adapted diet to have a chance to survive.

Last August, the Animal Webaction community rallied to send 2000 kg of kibbles on site, but this stock is now over... Since then, Hind has rescued 60 new dogs, and the shelter has never been so crowded, they need food! 

 

 

 

2. Hind is overwhelmed by new rescues, 160 dogs are now under her care, they need kibbles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every day that passes, Hind is contacted to rescue new dogs in distress, and sees the number of dogs that keeps increasing at the shelter and on the streets. "There are always problems. Workers are not enough, the place is not spacious, dogs are in significant increase" says Hind, who is fighting to keep going.

Accidents, abuse, diseases and poisoning are the lot of many rescued dogs, who need time, care and food to get better....

 

 

3. Debts are piling up, Hind is cornered and can't buy anymore kibble

Burdened by the many debts and the ever-increasing costs, Hind is calling for help

 

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"With medicine and food, they are becoming better" explains Hind, anxious at the thought of no longer being able to feed her protégés

 

"Workers expect to be paid, gas is also should be paid alongside the other ambulance expenses (e,g, insurance). Furthermore, we have veterinary debts and pharmacy debts." explains Hind, who is trying to juggle expenses as best she can.

"I cannot pay it myself because I have to pay my workers and buy medicine; I cannot handle these expenses alongside food expenses. If this collection does not succeed, we may not continue. Not because I do not want to, but rather because I cannot do that without food expenses covered."

 

 

4. If we don't reach the target, dogs won't receive any food

A failed collection on Animal Webaction

 

We can take action, we have already booked a truck and pallets, but we have to pay it before October 23rd.

If the collection fails, we will not be able to pay, the departure of the truck will be cancelled and none of the collected kibbles will be delivered...

If the collection fails, we will refund all donors.

 

 

5. Few donations, no subsidies, Hind alone finances 80% of the expenses

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Hind dedicates her time and money to the association, but cannot face this growing demand without support

 

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Hind works full time to finance the shelter and care provided for street dogs. Without a volunteer, she pays employees monthly to take care of the dogs in her absence

 

Following the signing of an agreement with the Town Hall, Hind was given a room to accommodate the dogs, and was also to receive subsidies, but these were never paid. "The shelter operates mostly from my own money. Donors usually donate for specific dogs, but not regularly. Basically, the shelter is surviving with your food and my own money. The government does not help," says Hind.

Faced with severe economic difficulties, Hind had to manage alone to remedy them: "Lacking money to pay my workers is another problem. I always delay their salaries. I also struggle with paying gas for the ambulance. Besides, we do not receive regular donations aside from yours may you be rewarded for that."

 

 

6. Overwhelmed by rescues and responsibilities, Hind doesn't have time to look for more sponsors

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The time required to care for sick dogs is very significant.... Alone with her 2 employees, and despite a full-time job, Hind has to do everything at once!

 

In addition to the rescues, the association also plays a role as a dispensary, designed to help as many animals as possible. Since the beginning of the year, several hundreds of dogs have been treated by the dispensary team, and more than 4000 since its creation.

Rescues, water and animal transport, emergency management and social networking are Hind's daily routine, yet she works full time to finance the shelter.... 

Her days start at 5am, and end at 12am, she literally can't do more!

 

7. We want to help them

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Angry used to live on the street, hungry and suffering from scabies. At the shelter for 1 month, he is struggling to recover

 

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Abandoned by his owner because he had lost a leg, Apolo has only been at the shelter for 3 months

 

 

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Affected by distemper when she was rescued, L'Hyène was threatened by local residents who did not understand her disease. Treated, she suffers from neurological sequelae and remains fragile

 

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Abandoned overnight, Chmikir was starving and thirsty in the streets, and had only been in the shelter for a few weeks

 

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Thrown out on the street with his mother and brothers and sisters, Cupid is only one month old

 

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Sick and injured when he was rescued, Jazz suffered from multiple wounds and fractures. After surgery, he was amputated of a leg, and treated to cure the parasitic disease from which he was suffering

 

 

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Former street dog, Raiss was poisoned there, and saved in extremis at the shelter

 

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Abandoned because he was suffering from a skin disease, Roy had just been taken care of during our visit. He suffers from several wounds and needs constant treatment

 

 

8. Hind always places the shelter first

 

Hind is a real warrior who fights for animal protection; even if it means forgetting her own problems. For years, she has been fighting to raise awareness among Moroccans in order to eradicate, she hopes one day, cruelty to stray animals.

But her commitment is not without sacrifices: "I don’t spend enough time with my own family; I have 3 beautiful children, and I am not always available for my  job.I don’t travel. I don’t sleep well [...] So I don't have time for my own life," she says.

 "I’m currently optimistic and full of hope. Although, we are suffering, but that does not stop me from doing my best to establish a better environment for dogs in Morocco." she says, "But without your help, we can't continue. These dogs really NEED  you. These dogs need food. Other dogs are expected to be rescued and their lives are in your hands. It’s YOU who give us the courage and the will to continue."

 

 

9. Rejected and slaughtered, Moroccan street dogs live on probation

Petitions follow one another to ask the authorities to put an end to the slaughterings carried out throughout the country, in vain

 

With an estimated population of around 2 million street dogs, Morocco has been carrying out mass slaughter operations at regular intervals for decades.

Dogs are poisoned with strychnine, or shot with a gun, usually in the spring: before the arrival of tourists, or any other important international event.

However, spaying programmes have already been carried out in some Moroccan cities: unfortunately, they have so far always been abandoned, as their fruits take too long to bear fruit.

 

 

10. What will the 4000 kg of kibble collected be used for ?

This collection is organized by the association Comme Chiens et Chats Maroc. The 4000 kg of kibbles collected will be delivered to Hind to feed the 160 dogs for which the association is responsible.

 

11. 100% transparency guaranted

- Animal Webaction has been helping more than 833 animal welfare associations over the past 5 years, with more than 1,967 deliveries in 8 countries (see photos).

- We make sure to contact each partner association, inquire to ensure its reliability and always ask for supporting documents.

​- Our partner associations only receive physical products, which means we never send money. When you offer 10kg of food, we deliver 10kg of food to the association.

- We also deal with transportation ourselves, and make sure all the products collected are properly brought where the association needs them to be, so a quick delivery is guaranteed.

- We will notify you by email as soon as the product bought thanks to your donation has been delivered.

- We will ask the association to take pictures of the food received, and will send you these pictures.

- The payment of donations is 100% secured by Paypal (no obligation to have a Paypal account), and by credit card.

- If you change your mind, we will refund your donation upon request, without charge or proof of any kind.

- If unfortunately the collection fails, we will not deliver anything, we will refund you the full amount of your donation.

Organizer
Association Association Comme Chiens et Chats Maroc
Résidence Farah B2 N35 Sidi Rahal Chatii
20 628 Berrechid - Sidi Rahal Chatai
MA Morocco

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