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As furious storms, relentless rain and devastating flash floods pummel Kenya’s capital city of Nairobi, the toll on human and animal lives is heartbreaking.


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Roads have been transformed into raging rivers, while torrents of fast-moving water race across the landscape, wreaking havoc on impoverished communities. At least 38 people have been killed so far, and more than 110,000 find themselves displaced as floodwaters engulf their homes.

Over 1,000 farm animals have already perished, and the fate of countless domestic animals remains uncertain. Many cats and dogs have already drowned amid this catastrophic disaster – and many more are trapped, scared and alone.

As people flee for their lives, animals are left to drown. Can you imagine the utter terror they must be feeling?

The animals of flood-stricken Nairobi are starving, homeless, terrified and alone. Please, help us rush aid before it is too late!


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In crises like this, we race into action for animals who desperately need our help. Working with our partners on the ground, and fuelled by your donations, we can help save the lives of countless animals in distress.

With further devastating rainfall predicted in the days ahead, the urgency of this situation cannot be overstated. We must act NOW to rescue, shelter, feed and care for as many helpless animal victims as possible.

Water levels are rising, and we must ACT NOW to rescue stranded animals.

Please donate right away so we can save animals in crisis!

Our dedicated partners on the ground, the Kenya Society for the Protection and Care of Animals (KSPCA) and the Kibera Youth for Stray Animals (KYSA) are working around the clock to aid animals in distress. But resources are stretched thin, and we urgently need YOUR support to save even more lives.


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The KSPCA shelter is currently overwhelmed with over 200 animals, double their usual capacity, while KYSA, operating within the Kibera slum, is struggling to accommodate the 30 rescued animals in their care. With your help, we can provide immediate support to establish temporary shelters, send in enough food, secure essential supplies and ensure access to crucial veterinary care.

This flood couldn’t have come at a worse time. Puppy and kitten season is compounding the crisis, and we need to act now to save the lives of vulnerable mothers and their babies.

Exhausted dogs, puppies, cats and kittens are swimming for survival amid the floodwaters, desperately hoping to be saved and taken to safety. We need your help right now to ensure that critical rescue operations can continue.

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Animals are swimming for their lives as floods engulf Kenya. Please help us save them right now!

More rain is coming, and more help will be needed soon. If we can raise $10,000 (around £8,000), we can rush funds for ongoing emergency rescue missions, food, medicine, transport crates, blankets and temporary shelters for animals in need IMMEDIATELY.

The animals of Nairobi, Kenya, are relying on us! With your support, we can help rescue animals in life-threatening trouble, feeding, sheltering and caring for them in a safe environment.

Please donate generously to Network for Animals and help us save their lives today.

For the animals,

Gloria Signature

P.S. As water levels rise, we MUST get our teams to the animals immediately! Please donate as generously as you possibly can right now so we can urgently rescue, feed, shelter and treat the vulnerable animals of Kenya.

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