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WATCH: ‘We Are Struggling To Keep Up’ – Maltese Animal Shelter’s Plea As Charity Shops Remain Closed

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Coronavirus fears and restrictions continue to have massive effects on every facet of life, but for one Maltese NGO that has stood the test of time, their main worry lies with a number of abandoned cats and dogs… and how to go about caring for them with ever-depleting money and supplies.

“We no longer have any funding as our charity shops have been temporarily closed down,” MSPCA told Lovin Malta. “We are struggling to keep up with our daily costs for food , medical bills and general upkeep of all the kennels.”

“We have put a lot of effort into creating the best possible conditions for our animals in the Floriana home… we don’t want to lose what we have created over so many years.”

“They have become part of our family and have made so many people happy,” the Maltese NGO continued. “Please help us hold onto a beautiful part of our world that often gets forgotten. We need them as much as they need us.”

Last week, as the whole nation felt the brunt of yet another week in partial-lockdown, MSPCA had already started bracing for impact.

We have something saved up for a rainy day, but they told us that it’s going to be like this for months and we don’t have the finance to keep going for that long,” the NGO had confessed.
Some generous people have actually already been going down to MSPCA’s headquarters in the last couple of weeks and leaving bags of goodies to help the NGO stay afloat. We’re banking on there being even more awesome people out there who would love to help these poor abandoned dogs and cats.

More information on how to donate to MSPCA can be found below. Every little helps, especially in these trying times.

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