Every year the street animals in Morocco suffer. We need to help them & with your help, we can.
We began as worried individuals, helping local street dogs of Taghazout. Years later, we are a team of volunteers, rescuing and rehabilitating hundreds of street animals in & around the Agadir region.
Our aim is to respond to emergencies quickly, mobilising resources to ensure animals get vital treatment as soon as possible. Our Morocco Animal Aid volunteers vigilantly check their territories to assess the health and wellbeing of the animals within their territory to ensure they are safe, healthy & protected.
Passing by our shelter in the Taghazout region? Let’s stop by our sanctuary and give some cuddles to our lovely animals. We will be glad to do a private tour, just for you.
You liked your surf and yoga retreat in Taghazout? What aboyt a hike in the breathtaking Assersif’s mountains with a bunch of dogs? You won’t forget it anytime soon.
Visiting Taghazout with some space in your luggage? Let’s bring us some equipment. Leash, collars, medicine, gears,… Everything is so welcome, we are craving for equipment.
Every year we care for hundreds of animals. Some stay with us for a few days or weeks. Others stay with us for months. Some years. Some will never leave us.
Here you can meet our Morocco Animal Aid fur family, learn all about them & who knows? You may just fall in love. Did you know that adopting a moroccan dog is easy?
You can help support us by sponsoring one (or as many as you like) of our animals. You are giving our animals one of the best gifts: A second chance in life.
Travelling from Agadir or Marrakech? We have to send adopted animals to their new home all over the world. Can you accompany one of them? That’s free and it really help!
Our animals need a quiet home with lovely humans after a surgery for a quick recovery. No worries, it’s short term. With more than 120 animals, we lack calm spaces for recovery.
If you are here for a few weeks or even a few years,
we could do with your help and time.
We have tasks in all areas doing all sorts of tasks,
but the real beneficiaries will be the animals.