Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre
Together, let us create a city where cruelty to animals is eliminated.

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Tried and tested

Animal Welfare Organisations accept that Animal Birth Control (ABC) has been proven to be the only humane way of controlling the street dog population and eliminating rabies worldwide.

In many cities in India, Animal Birth Control (ABC) has completely eliminated rabies and dramatically reduced street dog populations.

A stray dog in Nepal, rescued and treated by the Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre
Post-op care at the KAT Centre

Help us reach our goals

We are continually looking to improve our facilities and expand our programme, and for this we need to increase awareness and raise much needed funds. Please help in any way you can and Together, let us create a city where cruelty to animals is eliminated.

Rescued dog

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'I was very much impressed with the treatment given to all the stray dogs and cats at your center. It can only be done through great love of animals and greater commitment.'
 – Bhuban Singh from Kathmandu

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Staff of the Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre

The KAT Centre's staff spays and vaccinates street dogs, rescues and provides treatment for injured and sick animals, and teaches children and adults about animal welfare
 

Dogs at the KAT Centre in Kathmandu, Nepal

In-house dogs, who are available for adoption, are eager to greet a new visitor. Maybe it will be a potential adopter!
 

School children at the KAT Centre

KAT Centre staff teach school groups about humane treatment of animals, avoiding rabies, and what their own pets need to be happy and healthy
 

Female dog nursing puppies

Female street dogs who haven't been sterilized bear the burden of litter after litter of puppies. The KAT Centre frees them from this cycle
 

Dog with mange receiving treatment at the KAT Centre

A dog with a severe case of mange is brought to the KAT Centre for treatment
 

Man in village with his neighborhood's dog

A village resident is reunited with his neighborhood's dog, after the dog is sterilized and vaccinated against rabies
 

Tara, a paraplegic dog who does Pet Therapy

Tara, a paraplegic dog who provides therapy to orphaned children through KAT's "Dr. Dog" program
 

A dog who has been sterilized by the side-flank spay procedure

A dog after being spayed by side-flank surgery. The red collar lets everyone know she has been vaccinated against rabies
 

The KAT Centre's office and visitors' room

The KAT Centre's reception and office building, and the field where dogs play
 

A dog with one leg in a splint, being treated at KAT

A dog who is receiving medical treatment from the KAT Centre's veterinarians
 

Dogs playing at the KAT Centre in Kathmandu, Nepal

In-house dogs, who live at KAT while waiting to be adopted, play in front of the kennels
 

KAT's animal ambulance distributing information about animal welfare

KAT staff distributes leaflets about humane treatment towards street dogs and prevention of dog bites and rabies
 

The KAT Centre's operating theatre (back) and kennels (right), and the field where dogs play

Street dogs who have been spayed and vaccinated for rabies are ready to return to their neighborhoods

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