Gum inflammation, damaged tooth, allergies: Scratchouille needs a suitable diet!
Dry food offered
Dry food necessary
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Animal Webaction visited the site 07 February 2024 and confirms the situation described below.
"The situation is getting more and more desperate. The dogs are no longer eating enough, and it's only going to get worse: our kibble supply is almost gone, with just enough left for two days. We can't afford to buy more, debts are piling up, blocking any chance of getting more food. We're already seeing the effects on the animals, who are losing weight alarmingly fast and becoming vulnerable to diseases. With hunger, their aggressivity is also increasing, leading to fights.
This situation forces us to make heartbreaking decisions: we find ourselves saving the most vulnerable ones, and can only watch the others suffer, hoping things will get better soon. The fact that we can't take in any new dogs, even though so many desperately need help, keeps me up at night. If we don't find kibble soon, we risk losing dogs that could have been saved!"
"Without kibble, the weakest dogs, especially the old ones and those already weakened by disease and malnutrition, stand no chance. If we don't find a solution quickly, we risk losing them one by one, including those we've managed to place in the safety of the shelter. The spread of diseases, which is a constant challenge, could get worse, putting even the dogs that have managed to stay healthy at risk...
What we're doing is essential for these dogs; it's not just a whim but a response to a real and urgent need. If we stay in this situation any longer, unable to help the street dogs, things will only get worse, and many might die without anyone caring."
"We're facing obstacles at every turn in our fight for these dogs! Despite our repeated calls for donations through social media and crowdfunding sites, the engagement and contributions have been minimal, far from covering our current needs. Our attempts to talk with local authorities for help have led to no concrete support, leaving our requests unanswered...
We've tried to cut the shelter's expenses to free up some money for kibble, but the truth is we have no unnecessary expenses; we're at the bare minimum, without which these dogs can't survive. Our negotiations with our suppliers for deferred payments were turned down... Even attempts to gain support from international foundations haven't brought anything, with long processes and no guarantee of success.
Given our limited resources and the urgency of the situation, we're backed into a corner... Without outside help, I'm really afraid we won't be able to prevent the worst from happening!"
"Dog food is much more than just a meal for our dogs; it's at the heart of everything we do. From rehabilitating traumatized dogs, for whom each meal is a step towards recovery, to the general upkeep of the shelter, where every resource must be wisely allocated. Our efforts to socially reintegrate these animals have come to a halt, and our fundraising activities are focused on the desperate need for dog food, rather than on long-term projects...
Not only can we no longer help street dogs, but our ability to run spay / neuter campaigns is also severely compromised. If we don't find a way to get dog food soon, the street dog population will continue to grow, and their living conditions will rapidly worsen. For these dogs, the lack of dog food is not just a matter of hunger; it's a matter of life and death!"
"Every day, I fight for animal rights in Morocco, despite the difficulties that come with it in our country. The responsibility of looking after these dogs weighs heavily on me. It's a sacrifice that brings me a lot but also isolates me, and sometimes I feel overwhelmed by the task. I keep moving forward and hold onto hope because I know every living being deserves to experience love and security...
The thought of not being able to continue helping dogs in need is something I refuse to accept. This fight for their survival is at the center of my life, and I need help to get through this crisis. Every bit of support, every act of solidarity from others, is a huge help! Without your help, the mission we've set ourselves could very well come to an end, with tragic consequences for the dogs relying on us..."
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If you know of a foundation or NGO that could help Karim, 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 Karim's dogs, contact us and we will put you in touch!
If you want to come to Karim's shelter or if you want to send them directly some kibbles or a check, contact him via Facebook (note: direct help is under your own responsibility).
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