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This campaign has failed... SOS 130 dogs Morocco hasn't received anything. Why?

It is always a huge disappointment to see a campaign fail, it means that the concerned animals will not receive any help. Unfortunately, we can not ship incomplete campaigns.

When a campaign fails, why can't you at least deliver what has been collected ?

We want to maximize the help we are all bringing to the animals in distress. Our campaign goals are calculated to balance our storage, delivery and manufacturing costs of the offered products.

Delivering failed campaigns would generate too many costs, which would eventually lead to the bankruptcy of the website and leave all the animals that we could have helped alone...

The delivery of unfinished campaigns is also physically impossible for some products (if only 50% of a kennel is financed: we can not cut it in half).

Why can't you at least transfer the collected money to the association ?

Our activity is regulated by the french tax law, it forbides us to transfer money instead of the advertised product (article L 548-1 of the Monetary and Financial Code).

For this reason, when a campaign fails, donations are immediately refunded. If they want to, donors can send this money directly to the association.

If you can't transfer the collected money to the association, why don't you just send it to another one ?

Our activity is regulated by the french tax law, it forbides us to use the money for anything else than the original use announced in the campaign (article L 548-1).

So, unfortunately, we are not allowed to transfer donations from a campaign to another.

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We cannot let the 130 dogs in Hanane's shelter starve!

Urgent! In Morocco, Hanane is running out of kibble to feed the 130 dogs at her shelter: they are going to starve!
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We cannot let the 130 dogs in Hanane's shelter starve!
Urgent! In Morocco, Hanane is running out of kibble to feed the 130 dogs at her shelter: they are going to starve!

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Animal Webaction visited the site 28 March 2024 and confirms the situation described below.

1. In Morocco, Hanane is almost out of kibble to feed the 130 dogs in her shelter. They will starve if no one intervenes!


"Our kibble stock is dangerously low; I've been forced to ration portions for already 10 days... Meals are ending, and our dogs, still hungry, show their frustration. This leads to fights among them due to insufficient food for everyone!

Under these conditions, it's impossible for me to consider taking in new dogs; each new arrival would only worsen the situation, increasing the pressure on already insufficient resources!

We must act, and quickly. If we cannot turn this situation around, it would be a real blow. It's the very survival of the dogs we promised to protect that is at risk! I'm truly dreading the long-term effects of this shortage on their behavior and health..."

2. The shortage of kibble triggers a spiral of violence at the shelter: Hanane fears tragic losses...


"The lack of kibble directly impacts the dogs' health. They start to lose weight, a clear sign they're not getting enough food. This shortage weakens their immune system, making them more susceptible to diseases.

The lack of kibble also creates tension. The dogs, becoming more anxious and hungry, fight more often. These fights could become serious, and I worry about having to intervene more frequently to prevent things from getting out of hand...

What concerns me the most is the escalation of violence. The fear that a fight turns into a tragedy is constant. Without a sufficient supply of kibble, I fear this tense atmosphere may become the norm, endangering the safety of all the dogs in the shelter!"

3. Hanane receives fewer and fewer donations and all her attempts to obtain kibble have failed: this campaign is all she has left to save her dogs!


"Donations are becoming increasingly rare, despite my regular calls for donations on social media. I've also proposed sponsorships for the dogs, which haven’t generated much interest.

My requests for grants have gone unanswered, and my efforts to expand my donor circle have not been fruitful... Even my attempts to contact international animal protection organizations have led nowhere. I've also approached kibble suppliers hoping for donations, or at the very least, price reductions, without success...

I feel like I've tried so many different approaches; yet none really worked... The indifference I face in response to my calls for help is hard to accept. Food can't wait! Each day without kibble brings us closer to a crisis that could have disastrous consequences for the animals we strive to protect..."

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


"Kibble is not a luxury but a necessity for the survival of the dogs in the shelter. The imminent kibble shortage threatens not only the dogs' health, making their veterinary care more complex, but also affects our ability to plan rescues.

Kibble plays a crucial role in the rehabilitation and social integration of rescued dogs. Without it, they cannot recover, learn to trust again, interact with other dogs and humans... Adoptions also largely depend on their health, appearance, and behavior. A well-fed and sociable dog is a dog that has a much better chance of being adopted!

The sustainability of our mission is at stake; without kibble, the shelter might even have to close its doors... Without a solution to this shortage, we will no longer be able to offer a refuge to these beings who have already suffered so much... This prospect is terrifying, not only for us but especially for the many dogs that depend on our help!"

5. Hanane acts from the heart to help the animals in her town, guided by her love for them and the desire to give them another chance.


"I work every day to help the animals in my city. I do it without expecting anything in return, simply driven by the desire to help them and the love I have for them. My shelter is not just a shelter for them; it's their chance to start a new life.

Our work is very important. It helps not only the animals but also shows people how important it is to take care of them. Our actions contribute to a broader awareness of animal protection in Morocco.

Every rescued dog, every recovery story is tangible proof of the positive impact of our work. These stories are not just personal achievements; they symbolize the success of our collective mission. These are the moments that remind me why I invest so much, even in the face of daily challenges! That's why I love what I do. The dogs we have helped show that what we do is worth it."

6. If this campaign succeeds, Hanane will not receive any money but 2000 kg of kibble, delivered from the Animal Webaction's logistics centre in Morocco.

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

7. Campaigns launched on Animal Webaction often fail...

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

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 Hanane, 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 Hanane's dogs, contact us and we will put you in touch!

If you want to come to the AHPPAE shelter to help Hanane or if you want to send her some kibble or a cheque directly, contact her on Facebook (note: direct help is under your own responsibility).

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Association AHPPAE
2 rue Ilya Abou Madi
20250 Casablanca
MA Maroc
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