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We cannot let the countless dogs in Sally's care starve to death!

Disaster! In Morocco, Sally no longer has enough kibble to feed the countless street dogs under her association's care and those at her sanctuary: they are going to starve!
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We cannot let the countless dogs in Sally's care starve to death!
Disaster! In Morocco, Sally no longer has enough kibble to feed the countless street dogs under her association's care and those at her sanctuary: they are going to starve!

2,100 kg
Dry food offered

2,100 kg
Dry food necessary

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Animal Webaction visited the site 23 August 2023 and confirms the situation described below.

1. In Morocco, Sally will soon run out of kibble to feed the countless dogs cared for by her association, both at the sanctuary and on the streets: they will starve if no one intervenes! 


"Times have been hard lately, and the kibble stock is running out at an alarming speed. Every time I open the storage room and see the amount of bags dwindling, my heart sinks a little more, because there are 700 dogs at the sanctuary who depend on them! And they're not the only ones. On the streets, some 1,000 dogs rely on the kibble provided by our association. And yet, because we can't feed them enough, their situation is becoming more disastrous by the day...

Feeding dogs used to be a simple, joyful task. Their excitement, their barking, their happiness - it was all so contagious. Today, every meal reminds us of the increasing difficulties we face. Our resources are so limited that we also have to halt rescues.

Every time I turn around, there's another dog in need of rescue, but without a fresh supply of kibble, it's impossible... I remember when the arrival of a new dog at the sanctuary felt like a small victory against the cruelty of the world. Today, it feels like a challenge we're not up to..."

2. Fights, disease, malnutrition... The lack of kibble creates a chain reaction that affects all dogs, sanctuary or street!


"The situation is becoming more pressing by the day. In the imminent absence of kibble, 700 dogs at our sanctuary risk not only hunger, but also an increase in tensions and fights due to their instinct to protect resources. The situation is just as worrying for the 1,000 street dogs we help. Already vulnerable and malnourished, they are a forced to scavenge through garbage cans, exposing themselves to harmful and potentially lethal substances.

I've always been aware of the complexity of my mission, but the prospect of a kibble shortage makes it almost insurmountable. Kibbles are crucial for the growth of puppies, and the health of vulnerable dogs. In addition to nutritional needs, they also play an essential role in our rehabilitation work. They help us build a relationship of trust with these traumatized animals. Without it, our efforts to improve their daily lives and prepare them for a better future seem in vain... Every day, I try to make a difference in their lives, but without kibble, nothing is possible. Knowing the solution but being powerless; it's a nightmare for anyone who cares for animals!"

3. Donations are plummeting, the price of kibble is steadily rising, and efforts to highlight the urgency of the situation have not had much impact... Only this campaign can help Sally feed her dogs.


"Donations have been hit hard by the crisis, and just when you think things couldn't get any worse, the cost of kibble skyrockets. I'm in debt to both the kibble supplier and the vet, these unpaid bills are weighing heavily on my shoulders, and the dogs can't wait. They're hungry now.

There have been press articles about our association, but media attention doesn't always translate into tangible help. While many seem sympathetic, not everyone understands the urgency of the situation. Plus, there's a huge difference between people saying they care and people actually doing something. It's frustrating.

Even so, every time I hear a "no" from a potential donor or supplier, it doesn't scare me away; on the contrary, it fuels my motivation even more. The incessant phone calls, the avalanche of e-mails I've sent - all of this testifies to the magnitude of what I'm prepared to do for these dogs. But even though my devotion to these animals never wavers, every day I'm reminded of the limited resources we have. And my heart breaks when I see the hopeful eyes of the dogs waiting for their meal..."

4. Sally isn't asking for money, only kibble to keep the dogs from starving.


"All the dogs in my care, whether they're at the sanctuary or on the street, are hugely dependent on the food I provide. It's their lifeline. But recently, a shortage of kibble has threatened to disrupt the sanctuary's stability. It's a tangible challenge to see these empty bowls and know that I may not be able to refill them tomorrow.

The street dogs are already rationed, and it breaks my heart. Their skinny build, their bony silhouettes, all clearly testify to the dire situation we find ourselves in. They're not just hungry; their general health is affected by malnutrition. Their coats are losing their shine, their eyes no longer have their usual sparkle, and their energy... is waning.

While I believe in the mission I've undertaken, the reality is that kibble is its very foundation. Without them, everything I've worked for, every ounce of effort, is at risk. These dogs have become part of me, and their well-being is my top priority. I just wish there was a way to make sure they didn't have to go hungry, if only for a little while..."

5. The lack of kibble undermines Sally's strong determination, who desperately needs support to continue her mission.


"Every morning, when I see those wagging tails and hopeful eyes, I remember why I'm doing this. Their happiness, their confidence, it's a daily reward that outweighs any challenge. But I won't lie: the weight of this mission is heavy. It's like carrying a boulder every day, but I bear it, not for myself, but for them. They've been through too much, and in this often hostile world, I've become a beacon of hope for them.

Every life I manage to save reinforces the importance of this journey. It's not just about feeding them; it's about the affection, the bond we share. They need more than food from me; they need love, the assurance that someone cares about them. And that's what I give them, day after day. It's not a job or a simple duty; it's a vocation, a calling I was made for.

And yes, there are days when the lack of kibble, the financial constraints and the sheer scale of the situation threaten to overwhelm me. But every time I feel like giving in to the pressure, I remember those eyes, those tails and the countless stories of rescue and redemption. Whatever the obstacles, my spirit remains intact, because I know the value of what I do and I'm determined to keep going."

6. If this campaign succeeds, Sally will not receive any money but 2100 kg of kibble, delivered from Animal Webaction's logistics centre in Morocco.

Animal Webaction has a logistics centre in Morocco, which allows us to intervene quickly and deliver kibble.

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8. 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 on the street!


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

If you represent an animal welfare foundation or NGO, please help Sally's dogs. Contact us and we will put you in touch!

If you would like to visit Sally's shelter to help her, or if you would like to directly send her some kibble or a cheque, please contact Sally via Facebook (note: direct help is made under your own responsibility).

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Association Sanctuaire de la Faune de Tanger
ard chfif dhar berdaa
94032 Jouamaa
MA Maroc

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