Creating a Healthy Street Dog
Population in Kathmandu, Nepal
More than 22,500 dogs live on the streets of Kathmandu, Nepal, and many suffer from starvation, infected open sores, mange, and other injuries and illnesses.
The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT Centre) is a non-profit registered charity organisation dedicated to improving the welfare of Nepal's animals. We are humanely creating a healthy, rabies-free, sustainable street dog population in Kathmandu.
Our goal is to reduce
the number of stray dogs in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley and eliminate rabies through:
• Animal Birth Control (ABC) & Rabies Vaccinations
• Public Education: Teaching compassion and rabies awareness
• Rescue & Treatment: For sick and injured street dogs and cats, many of
whom are now available for adoption
• Re-homing and adoption Campaign
HOW TO HELP
We rely on your support to treat the animals of Nepal. We are a 'no frills' organisation and your donation will go directly to treating Nepal's stray dogs, stray cats, and other animals in need, and educating the community about animal welfare and rabies prevention. In addition to donating, you can support the KAT Centre in many other ways.