Animal Webaction
This campaign succeeded, it has been delivered on the 02/06/2022, discover the delivery pictures.
photo association

The 153 dogs at Rokaya's shelter have nothing left to eat, we cannot let them starve!

SOS! In Morocco, Rokaya has no kibble left to feed the 153 dogs at her shelter, they are going to starve!
photo association
The 153 dogs at Rokaya's shelter have nothing left to eat, we cannot let them starve!
SOS! In Morocco, Rokaya has no kibble left to feed the 153 dogs at her shelter, they are going to starve!

3,000 kg
Dry food offered

3,000 kg
Dry food necessary

Participate in confidence

Animal Webaction visited the site 11 May 2022 and confirms the situation described below.

1. In Morocco, Rokaya is out of kibble to feed the 153 dogs in her shelter. They will starve if no one intervenes!


"Locally, we don't receive any donations and internationally, the donations we received after the failure of the last campaign were used to feed the dogs for 2 months. Now, my stock of kibble is empty and it's a lot of stress... Every day it is the same uncertainty: will I have enough to feed the dogs? Either way, one thing is certain, my dogs do not eat enough at the moment.

If the lack of kibble lasts longer, I know that it will greatly affect their health. Many of them are sick or vulnerable and most of the new dogs I have rescued recently have been in car accidents, they will definitely not be able to survive long on an empty stomach.

I can’t think of anything positive at the moment because I am struggling. I work very hard here in the shelter, some days I don't even know how long the day is from exhaustion. My dogs mean everything to me, I cannot let them down, I cannot keep them without food! I didn't bring them here to make them suffer any more than they already have in their lives..."

2. Sick, injured and vulnerable dogs can only count on Rokaya but without kibble, she can no longer rescue them!


"The current lack of resources is putting us in a bind; it's putting my dogs' health at risk and it's preventing me from rescuing more street dogs in need. How can I rescue them if I don’t have kibble in the first place?

This forced state of inaction is especially hard because I know what extreme conditions street dogs have to live in. I'm speaking from experience when I say that the majority of them will get either killed by accidents, by people or will suffer famine. In fact, all the dogs I recently rescued would have died from these same causes if I had not come to their aid.

The inhabitants and local institutions do not care about these dogs, they consider them as vermin. My shelter is the only one in the region to take care of them. I have all the good will in the world to save them, but alone, neither my capacities nor my resources are sufficient to achieve anything. Today, I really need help to be able to feed them!"

3. Hit by a car and severely emaciated, Sandra will not survive without kibble.


"Sandra is a 5-6 year old female, she has been at the shelter for about a month and a half. A young man called us about her, she had been hit by a car. Her pelvic area was severely injured, part of her skin was torn off. Her health is very bad, she is very weak, she stays prostrate all day and she can't move or walk much.

Because of her accident, Sandra is now one of the many dogs that depend entirely on my help to survive. She will need lots of kibble, medical care and love to survive and hopefully recover."

4. Non-existent subsidies and partnerships, debts... Rokaya is exhausted and can no longer buy kibble.


"If I had the resources, I could do a lot of things. I could have a much bigger place where my dogs could play and run around in peace, with more staff. I could buy a vehicle to transport the animals instead of having to make all the trips myself, which would allow me to focus on other important tasks... This would be the ideal scenario but unfortunately the reality is quite different.

I have many debts at the kibble supplier, the vet, the pharmacy... every day is a fight to survive, both for my dogs and I. I have tried contacting foreign organizations to see if they could help but the responses I've received were negative. Locally, no one has the means to help and it's also difficult to rely on foreign help when you are based in Morocco because many fundraising platforms are blocked. At this stage, this campaign truly is my only recourse to feed  my dogs, I just hope that this time it will succeed..."

5. Rokaya is not asking for money, only kibble to prevent the dogs from starving.


"My biggest accomplishment is this shelter, it is something I am very proud of, given that I am the only one in the area that created this space where the dogs are safe from risks. It’s not an easy task and when I think of how long I’ve been doing this with the very few resources I have, I feel very proud.

Thanks to my actions, there are less dogs in the streets and I believe it benefits both the dogs and the community. There is still a long way to go in terms of animal rights in Morocco but we're starting to see changes, little by little. In Tetouan there are less mass killings and we’ve begun to see people adopting and caring for dogs in some areas of the cities. I just hope that more people get to know how amazing dogs are and to treat them well."

6. If this campaign succeeds, Rokaya will not receive any money but 3000 kg of kibble, delivered from Animal Webaction's logistics platform in Morocco.

Animal Webaction has a logistic platform in Morocco which allows us to intervene quickly and deliver kibble throughout the country.

7. Rokaya has little support and does not know how to get kibble without this campaign.

"I am constantly posting on social media to let people know about our situation, but right now I feel like I am stuck. I've tried everything, when I try to fix one thing, another problem comes up and everything gets complicated. With no solution in sight to find kibble, I can't do my job and care for the dogs effectively. This puts them in danger and causes me a lot of stress and worry...

My dogs are my responsibility, they need to eat and the only way to do that is with your help! If the harvest fails, our situation will quickly worsen... I can't keep the dogs without kibble! Please help us."

8. Campaigns launched on Animal Webaction often fail.

Liste des récoltes échouées

When a campaign fails, Animal Webaction cannot deliver the products. The beneficiary doesn't receive anything and the buyers are refunded.

9. In Morocco, donors are scarce, and there are no foundations or subsidies. It is very difficult to find funding for kibble, many dogs remain starving in the street!


If you know of a foundation or NGO that could help Rokaya, please invite them to contact us so that we can put them in touch.

If you represent an animal protection foundation or NGO, please help the dogs of Rokaya, contact us and we will put you in touch!

If you want to visit Rokaya's shelter or if you want to send her kibble or a check directly, contact her on Facebook (note: direct help is done on your own responsibility).

10. If you make a purchase on Animal Webaction, it will be protected by our guarantees.

Safe payment

100% safe payment via Paypal or credit card

Verified action

We've carried out checks on this action, Animal Webaction visited the shelter


Sending kibble

The shelter won't receive any money, only the kibble bought on its behalf

Delivery tracking

We will keep you posted and you will receive delivery pictures

Satisfied buyers

Our satisfaction rate is 98% (read our 757 Facebook reviews)


Animal Webaction partners with 1000 animal welfare associations in 15 countries and has been existing for 7 years

Association ADAN
Royal Army Road, Caesarea Almohades No. 106
93020 Tetouan
MA Morocco

Subscribe to our reminder

We will send you an email as soon as your clicks become available again


Your subscription has been successfully saved.