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4th Impact deletes GoFundMe page for dog donations after heavy backlash

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4th Impact deletes GoFundMe page for dog donations after heavy backlash
Photo of Shih Tzu dogs taken from the GoFundMe page created by 4th Impact on Feb. 23, 2024, which was later on deleted.

MANILA, Philippines — After receiving heavy criticisms online, girl group 4th Impact has deleted their GoFundMe page asking for donations for their 200 dogs. 

“Fundraiser not found," the page read.

"Please check the URL and try again or alternatively, you can browse fundraisers currently receiving the most donations worldwide below,” it added. 

The group recently launched a fundraising for their fur babies, where they explained the reason behind the plan, citing noise complaints from their neighbors.


A post shared by 4th Impact (@4thimpactmusic)

“Hello fellow dog lovers and our dear fans, My name is Elvira, and I’m here with my sisters 4th Impact, a Filipina singing group. Today, I’m reaching out to you with a heart full of love and a humble request for support," the girl group said.

They narrated that it started when their fans gave them five Shih Tzus.

“Our journey with our beloved dogs began with a gift from our fans – five precious Shih Tzus. Over time, our passion for these furry companions led to unexpected blessings, but also unexpected challenges," 4th Impact wrote.

"Despite our busy schedules, we’ve poured our hearts into caring for them, watching them grow from newborns to cherished members of our family. But as our family of dogs multiplied, so did the need for space and resources," they added.

The girl group said that they were planning to raise US$10,000. 

“Their well-being means everything to us. And now, as we look into their eyes, we see the longing for a home where they can run, play, and thrive together,” the girl group said.  

Social media users, however, criticized the group's move especially when they attended Taylor Swift's Eras Tour in Singapore. 

They faced criticisms for allowing their pets to reproduce excessively, with suggestions that they should have opted for spaying or neutering their furry companions.

RELATED: 4th Impact launches new album featuring J.Lo, Ariana Grande, TWICE composers

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