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We cannot let these 105 dogs starve!

SOS! In Morocco, Rokaya has almost no kibble left to feed the 105 dogs at her shelter and the street dogs, they are going to starve!
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We cannot let these 105 dogs starve!
SOS! In Morocco, Rokaya has almost no kibble left to feed the 105 dogs at her shelter and the street dogs, they are going to starve!

3,000 kg
Dry food offered

3,000 kg
Dry food necessary

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1. In Morocco, Rokaya will soon run out of kibble to feed the 105 dogs at her shelter. They will starve unless someone intervenes!

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"We currently house 105 dogs at the shelter, which is a lot more than only a few months ago. We take care of many dogs that we found in distress and abandoned in the streets... Unfortunately, the lack of kibble is now greatly affecting these rescue operations.

We have reached a stage where we can no longer buy the required quantities to feed these dogs. Some of the dogs are very thin, and they need more food than we can currently give them. There are already fights among the dogs because of this...

Today, we only have kibble for six days left... Simply put, I am running out of kibble, and I cannot bear to see these dogs starving in the future."

2. Without kibble, Rokaya will have to stop feeding the street dogs and release the shelter dogs back into the streets.

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"There are many street dogs in need that we cannot take in due to lack of resources, so all I can do for them is to treat them and give them kibble in the street when I can. We will keep trying to help them as much as possible, but we will eventually have to abandon them if we don't have enough kibble.

As for the dogs at the shelter, without kibble, we will have to release them... We cannot watch them starve to death at the shelter.

Closing the shelter would be the last option, and it is what worries me the most. For me, it hurts too much just to think about it."

3. Danny was rescued by Rokaya and taken into the shelter after a traffic accident. Weakened and handicapped, he needs kibble to survive!

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"I found Danny last summer, when he was about 7 months old. He had been hit by a car twelve days prior and was still lying at the site of the accident. A cleaner had been giving him food and water every day before I found him, but he was still very dehydrated and thin.

He was very scared and barely let me touch him. His two front legs were damaged and he was in a very bad state. One of his legs had to be amputated, but we had to wait with the operation until the other leg was better and he had enough strength to stand.

Danny is a good boy, but he finds it difficult to walk now. He cannot fend for himself and depends on the kibble I give him. It is essential for his survival that we can continue feeding him."

4. Donations and volunteers have become scarce since the pandemic hit. Overwhelmed with debt and work, Rokaya has no means to buy kibble.

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"Donations have been very low due to the pandemic, and we have many additional worries as well. For instance, we are renting the space where we keep the shelter, but the owner wants to sell it now.

I have accumulated a lot of debts already... I owe money to food providers and two vets. Apart from the 105 dogs, we also take care of many other animals. We also suffer from a severe shortage of volunteers since the pandemic, which is a big struggle for us.

I am very worried about the lack of kibble and what this means for the future of these dogs."

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

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"My love and devotion to these dogs drive me to make great sacrifices. Since this shelter was established in 2016, after the location was approved, I have made many sacrifices in order to see these dogs in the best condition. 

Saving a dog means saving a life. I take care of these lovely creatures in terms of health, by providing medicine and veterinary treatment, and in terms of nutrition, by providing food. I also care for them psychologically.

It is very difficult to manage everything on my own with lacking resources. I wish I could offer the dogs a bigger shelter, and constant food supply. When I first opened the shelter, I thought I would receive more support from animal lovers, but I have been disappointed. I need help from people who support my work."

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. Despite online fundraising and other calls for help, Rokaya's association does not receive enough donations... She needs this campaign to succeed!

"We don't get any help at all from the state, we rely entirely on donations from people who care about animals. We ask for donations and help on our website and Facebook pages, and we sometimes conduct online fundraising for medical treatments... but we never manage to collect enough to cover all the costs. 

I've tried to reach out to as many organisations as possible to ask for help, but the response is usually disappointing. Just recently, we contacted a food organisation in Brussels, but the response was not as I wished, they were unable to help us due to the pandemic.

In the meantime, the situation for abandoned dogs in Tetouan remains catastrophic, and we need help to help them."

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10. 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 come to 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).

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