What have we been up to?
Sally at SFT has been as busy as ever spreading the word, even appearing on Moroccan television to talk about her amazing TVNT programme and attending meetings and conferences all over the country to talk about and educate people of the real importance of vaccinating, treating and neutering strays in Morocco. This is one of the only ways that people will begin to accept and not fear the strays in the streets. More animals have been adopted and fostered and life is as busy as ever. If you wish to donate to SFT, do add 'SFT' to your message.
CSP, the Association Le Couer sur la patte Agadir/Maroc have benefited from your kind donations. We sent them £600 to help with the immense costs that come with running such an amazing haven of safety for the animals of Agadir. Incredibly, over a 1000 dogs have been treated, neutered and vaccinated now which is a huge number and goes a long way to telling the people of Agadir that dogs are to be loved and cherished.
We have many more things to do and plans to fulfil to keep Morocco animal friendly and safe and we can only do it with you help. Please donate. The smallest amount will go to help these and other charities in this beautiful country keep their furry friends of all kinds, happy and loved.
7/13/2020 01:29:48 pm
We all change and it is all good. Whatever we change into it is still us. I am so happy that we are able to change. I mean, if we just remain the same forever, then we are not going to evolve. I think that it is important that we keep on being better people. If we become worse, then that is not the end, we can still become better. I just hope that we can think of it.
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HOW WE BEGAN
In April 2016, the three of us; Karen Adams, Har Hari Kaur and Sarah Colwell travelled to Tanger in Morocco to visit an animal sanctuary, le Sanctuaire de La Faune de Tanger. What we saw there both inspired and saddened us. Inspired us because it showed the hard work and dedication shown to rescue and care for street, abandoned and injured animals and give them a safe and forever home, or ensure they are returned to their owners; but saddened at the sheer financial cost of the operation. The sanctuary is funded entirely by donations as are many other in Morocco.