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There has been a deadly distemper outbreak in South Africa; we need your help to stop it in its tracks!

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This highly contagious viral disease has struck Atlantis near Cape Town, South Africa, and the sooner we act, the more dog lives we can save.

Our partner, Fallen Angels, works tirelessly in this area, providing essential care and support for dogs and cats in desperate need. This team of dedicated souls works in some of the most dangerous areas in the Cape, risking their lives amidst violent, drug-dealing gangs every day to feed, deworm, and sterilize animals. Now the recent outbreak of distemper threatens to undo all their good work – unless we act now.

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Distemper wreaks havoc on infected dogs, attacking their respiratory, gastrointestinal and nervous systems. The symptoms are distressing: fever, nasal discharge, coughing, vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, paralysis and death. No dog should suffer like that, and we have a plan to help them.

Without timely intervention, as many as 1,000 dogs could die - we need your help.

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Vaccination is our strongest defense against this deadly viral disease. If we can raise $10,000 (£8,000), we can vaccinate 1,000 dogs. That’s just $10 for every life saved.

Because there are so many dogs in need in these lawless areas, Fallen Angels is under significant financial strain. But we must find the money for a mass vaccination program because it is the dogs’ only hope.

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Together, we can protect our furry friends. For every $10 (£8) we raise, we can protect one dog. We can make a meaningful impact and create a brighter future for the animals in this struggling community.

Thank you for your compassion and generosity. Every contribution counts and has the power to save lives!

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P.S. Street dogs facing death by distemper have no one to turn to. Please donate generously now to help protect them.

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