Sterilization (TNR) of 400 cats in Morocco

Can you help me, Re Monteith to help Cat Rescue, ERHAM to stop the suffering of 1000’s of vulnerable kittens who are constantly abandoned in a garbage dump in Azemmour, Morocco and left to die alone of starvation, dehydration or sickness.

I first heard about ERHAM cat rescue on Apple news; the founder Anne Heslop had just returned from an epic 1800+ mile road trip transporting rescued kittens and a blind cat to the UK in order to find them permanent homes. Her short film shows the heartbreaking conditions the unwanted kittens live, and often die in because people don’t want to, or can’t afford to sterilize their cats. 

After I read the article and watched the short film,  I knew I had to help. I contacted Anne and she told me that ERHAM has been working in the town for 18 months now, offering free female cat sterilization, but the kitten dumping problem hit a crisis point in April this year and it was clear that they had to do more. 

ERHAM immediately improved the living conditions of the abandoned kittens, introduced a daily feeding and cleaning program in the dump, and supplied volunteers with necessary medicines. But, she insisted the only way to stop the suffering is to massively increase their sterilization program and this is what I would really like us to help with. 

Their plan is to sterilize a minimum of 100, (she’s hoping for 150) mostly female cats, on and around the dump, and in other area’s of the town where the cat population is at its highest. (Trap, Neuter, Release; TNR) A volunteer vet, and vet nurses are flying in from abroad (self funded) in October to assist ERHAM’s Moroccan vet, but donations are needed to pay for medicines, cages, local vet fee’s, a rental house for the convalescence period, transport to and from the vet, and many other expenses to be expected with an intensive campaign such as this.

The October 2019 campaign will be the first of many to be carried regularly throughout the year until the population is under control and unwanted kittens are no longer born into short lives of suffering. 

Please help this necessary humane sterilization project by donating here: 

More about ERHAM:



  • Emily Thomas 
    • £20 
    • 4 mos
  • Debra Scuffham 
    • £40 
    • 5 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • £150 
    • 6 mos

Fundraising team: Team: Re Monteith for ERHAM (2)

Anne Heslop 
London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Re Monteith 
Team member
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