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We cannot let the 120 street cats under Najat's care starve!

Urgent! In Morocco, Najat is nearly out of kibble to feed the 120 street cats she cares for: they are going to starve!
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We cannot let the 120 street cats under Najat's care starve!
Urgent! In Morocco, Najat is nearly out of kibble to feed the 120 street cats she cares for: they are going to starve!

1,200 kg
Dry food offered

1,200 kg
Dry food necessary

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Animal Webaction visited the site 27 August 2023 and confirms the situation described below.

1. In Morocco, Najat is running out of kibble to feed the 120 street cats she takes care of. They will starve if no one intervenes!


"I take care of 120 cats in and around the Agdal area. Lately, the number of cats has drastically increased as many kittens have been born on the street and I also find a lot of abandoned ones. It's all the more terrible because it's usually the most fragile cats, sick or suffering from infections, that are abandoned. This not only adds to my burden in feeding and caring for them, but also increases the risk of contamination of the healthy stray population. It's a vicious circle...

At the moment, donations are almost non-existent. With a large number of cats to care for and a severe lack of resources, I've already started cutting rations to be able to feed them all. Since August 10, I've been rationing kibble and only giving it to them once a day. They're really not eating enough. And I've only got one bag of 20kg left, which will last 3 days at most... I'm sad to see them starving and I feel terribly guilty about not being able to help all these innocent cats as they should..."

2. Already plagued by disease and fighting, the situation of street cats is worsening by the day in the absence of kibble!


"The street cats in my care suffer terribly from hunger and thirst, and the high temperatures only make their condition worse. They hide under cars during the day and only come out very early in the morning or late at night to avoid the heat. Fighting has increased because of the lack of kibble, and I've noticed that some cats have lost weight. I'm very afraid because I know that if this forced diet continues, it will have serious consequences on their health...

It breaks my heart to see cats struggling because they have nothing to eat, and I feel completely helpless in the face of this situation; I can't see any solution. I can't afford to buy kibble, and I can't reduce the frequency of meals either, as the rations are already reduced to the maximum... I really need support to be able to carry on. Every bag of kibble I get is a breath of oxygen for these cats; and the only comfort they can count on..."

3. Oreo has mange, he's very weak and needs kibble urgently to recover!


"Oreo is a male about 4 years old, I found him one day at one of my feeding sites. At the moment, he has mange, which makes him extremely vulnerable. He needs treatment, but he's so timid that I can't catch him to take him to the vet.  It's impossible for me to establish a bond of trust with him without kibble... His immunity is already so weakened, I'm afraid he'll catch infections or other illnesses if I don't find kibble soon. I'm deeply saddened to see Oreo and the other cats in my care suffering like this... This situation can't go on!"

4. Najat is hit hard by the drop in donations and inflation, she is in debt and can no longer buy kibble for the cats who rely on her!


"Every time I go out to feed the street cats, I'm greeted by hungry, pleading looks. There was a time when I managed to give them enough to eat, but today, apart from a few friends who extend a helping hand from time to time, I don't really get donations anymore. Inflation has not helped the situation. The cost of kibble has soared, and my wallet can't keep up! I find myself having to cut back on rations, and the situation with the vet isn't much better.

I'm so concerned about their health, but every visit has become an ordeal. Before, I wouldn't hesitate for a second to take a sick cat to the vet. Today, every decision is marked by fear: fear of not finding a donor, fear of not being able to pay... Unfortunately, I've accumulated debts, not only at the vet's but also at the pet shop.

The harsh reality is that I no longer have the resources to buy kibble. The despair I feel every day as I watch the street cats depend on my ability to feed and care for them is overwhelming. Their well-being is my daily struggle, but their situation is becoming harder and harder and more precarious... Animal Webaction is now my only lifeline to get kibble!"

5. Najat is not asking for money, only kibble to prevent the street cats from starving.


"I've had a special connection with animals ever since I was little. Whenever I come across a sick animal, it's as if a connection is instantly created. I feel their suffering in the depths of my being. I give my all every day to feeding, caring for and sterilizing street cats. Sterilization is crucial to controlling the proliferation of stray cats and limiting unwanted births. At the same time, I try to educate the public, to make them understand how essential it is to change their behavior towards these vulnerable creatures.

The animal protection Facebook groups are a place where I can seek help and share my experiences. The solidarity is palpable: I see more and more people posting photos of cats in distress, seeking to mobilize the community to come to their aid. It's encouraging. But outside the virtual world, the reality is very different. Support in real life is rare, and many people continue to abandon their cats, stubbornly refusing to sterilize them... 

This discrepancy between the online world and the reality on the ground is not easy to manage. The lack of resources is a constant struggle, as there are so many mouths to feed! I'm still hopeful, but some days helplessness gets the better of me, and I suffer from not being able to help every cat as much as I'd like to..."

6. If this campaign succeeds, Najat will not receive any money but 1200 kg of kibble, delivered from Animal Webaction's logistics centre in Morocco.

Animal Webaction has a logstics centre in Morocco, which allows us to intervene quickly and deliver kibble throughout the country.

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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 cats remain starving in the street!


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

If you represent a foundation or an NGO for animal protection, please help Najat's cats, contact us and we will put you in touch!

If you want to help Najat feed the stray cats, or if you want to directly send her some kibble or a cheque, contact her via Facebook (note: direct help is done on your own responsibility).

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