SOS 109 dogs starving in Morocco! – Help Adopt Moroccan Animals

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1. In Morocco, Ibtissam will soon run out of kibble to feed the 109 dogs in his shelter. If no one does anything, they will starve to death!


“Currently we have 109 dogs at the shelter, and very few donations. Lately I’ve only had three donations of kibble. I have to mix the kibbles with rice or bread, but even that is too expensive.

I don’t have any money left, I never know how I’m going to get by. I am up to my neck in debt to suppliers and veterinarians, I don’t even know if one day I will be able to pay them back.

We hope that people will start to react to our cause and make donations because it’s the one and only solution, the state doesn’t want to help us. If no one reaches out to us, we will be lost! “

2. Sick, injured and vulnerable dogs can only count on Ibtissam, but without kibble, she will have to stop rescuing them, they will die in the street.


“I have the impression that mentalities don’t change here, even if I do my best. I work practically 24 hours a day, I suffer from illness, death, lack of food… And when I go out on the street it’s as if nothing has happened.

I find injured animals in front of my door; and in the streets there are always more animals that need help, that are sick, that need shelter. I can’t take them all in for lack of means, for lack of space, for lack of staff.

I already don’t have enough kibble for the shelter dogs, so how can I help them all? I’m not a superwoman, I’m not ashamed to say that I can’t do everything on my own, it’s not possible. If I can’t find kibble, those dogs will die in the street!”

3. Little Brownie was hit by a car. Paralyzed and slimmed down, she won’t survive without kibble!


“Brownie’s a year and a half old bitch, she’s been at the shelter for two weeks, she was dropped off at my door. She was in a car accident, the vet said she’s paralyzed, she won’t be able to walk anymore.

She’s really skinny and when we took her in, she refused categorically to eat, I don’t know what happened, but I suspect she was also poisoned…

She’s very scared and needs a lot of attention. If I can’t find any kibble, she will suffer greatly. Her general state of health is not good enough to sustain her.”

4. With containment, Ibtissam is alone in the face of adversity to manage everything: it can no longer buy kibble!


“My main concern is food, but it’s not the only problem. There are also veterinary fees, pest control products, rent, employees to pay… and the costs that arise, such as electricity bills, a broken faucet, etc… The charges are becoming more and more enormous, and the donations are less and less there.

I ask people for help, but I can’t find anyone, because of the confinement, it’s every man for himself. More and more people bring me dogs, many have diseases, I have lost many puppies because of the Parvo for example…

It’s important that you know what a day here at the shelter can look like for us. We’re not in comfort, we’re in a hurry!”

5. Ibtissam isn’t asking for money, only kibble to keep her dogs from starving!


“Even as a little girl, I was the only one in my family to pick up puppies or kittens whenever I had the chance. With time, I had animals of my own, and then I finally decided to free myself to devote myself 100% to animal protection in Morocco.

For my babies I am ready to do the impossible, but I must admit that I am more and more tired, physically and mentally. Here, it is rare to find someone who will think of others, who will think of the poor and who will think of the animals. My frustration has reached its peak.”

6. If this campaign is successful, Ibtissam will not receive any money but 3500 kg of kibble will be delivered to them from the Animal Webaction logistic platform in Morocco.

Animal Webaction has a logistic platform in Morocco, still active despite the confinement, which allows us to intervene quickly and deliver kibbles.

7. Ibtissam has made many calls for help, but the situation is getting bogged down. This harvest is his last hope!

“I’m doing my best, but if I don’t find financial and physical help, I’ll be lost. You can hardly do something huge on your own, you need help.

Some days we feel triumphant and some days we feel totally defeated. In the midst of this chaos, there are these gentle, innocent creatures who need our help. Please give what you can to help us.”

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9. In Morocco, donors are scarce, and there are no foundations or subsidies . It is very difficult to find funding for kibbles, many dogs remain starving on the street!

If you know of a foundation or NGO that could help Ibtissam, 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 Ibtissam’s dogs, contact us and we will put you in touch!

If you want to come to Ibtissam’s shelter to help her or if you want to send her directly some kibbles or a check, contact Ibtissam via Facebook (note: direct help is under your own responsibility).

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