Catastrophic drought is killing Kenya’s animals


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Catastrophic drought is killing Kenya’s animals

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Dear Friend to animals,

A catastrophic drought has been slowly killing hundreds of animals across Eastern Africa. Dehydrated and emaciated, these animals are slowly wasting away in the intense heat. Without aid, so many others don’t stand a chance at survival.

World Animal Protection has been on the ground, providing vet care, food, and other aid to animals in need.

We visited the county of Kajiado in Southern Kenya, where rain hasn’t come for over a year.  “It’s the worst drought I have seen in my lifetime,” says 65-year-old Maria, who has been losing animals due to the unprecedented conditions.

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Kevin, please consider giving a gift of 100 to help the animals of Kenya, as well as suffering animals everywhere. With your support, World Animal Protection can supply critical aid to vulnerable animals in times of disaster.Each day, desperate farming families trek farther and farther to find pasture for their animals. But sadly, there is little to be found – and their exhausted animals are dying before their eyes.

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Sincerely,
Priscilla Ma
US Executive Director
World Animal Protection

*Photo credit: SPANA/Simon Pope

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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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