Emergency Feeding

Problem

Kathmandu is the Capital of Nepal, which means that the population of Nepal is almost all congested here. With the growth of people, there is also a high population of Dogs and Monkeys, most of which are unmanaged. Even though there are organizations like ours working on the population management of dogs, there are still hundreds of street dogs out on the street unmanaged.  They are all dependent on food with local restaurants’ and hotels’ leftovers or humans and tourists near them. Due to the Covid-19 lockdown, people are all restricted from moving out and all the restaurants and hotels are closed which means 1000s of dogs and monkeys are left unfed.

How KAT is Helping?

KAT has 2 ambulances, 11 staff, and a kitchen at the shelter which is used in preparing foods for 100dogs twice a day. These resources make us prepare meals for the feeding program easier. With 2 ambulances we are able to move around the valley without restrictions and could reach wherever help is needed.
At this 2nd wave in Nepal KAT has been involved in feeding regularly from the 2nd day of lockdown to date.

We’ve been regularly feeding at:
  – Swayambhunath Stupa ( Monkey Temple)
  – Airport
  – Bhrikutimandap
  – Narayanhiti
  – Dallu
  – Chabahil
  – Pashupatinath

How could you Join in Helping?

A feeding program requires a lot of help :

1. Sponsoring a Meal = Rs.35/ Dog
2. Running Fundraisers Campaign
3. Sponsoring a Feeding Program = Rs.7,000/ Rescue ( Feeding 200 Dogs)
4. Volunteer Cooking
5. Donate Sack of Rice
6. Donate Chicken

Let’s get together in helping the animals on the street
Together for the Animals
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#katcentrefeeding