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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KAT staff catch dogs to sterilize and vaccinate them

One of KAT's trained staff approaches a dog to catch it for sterilisation

KAT veterinarians sterilizing and treating a stray dog

One of the KAT Centre's veterinarians and an assistant perform a sterilisation operation

A stray dog treated by KAT is returned to its community in Nepal

A dog is reunited with her community after passing through the KAT Centre's Animal Birth Control (ABC) programme


 

Dogs treated by KAT get ear notches and collars

Every dog passing through KAT's Animal Birth Control (ABC) programme is given red collar around the neck and small notch on the left ear for easy identification. The right ear has a unique ID number

The KAT Centre's Education program teaches school children in Nepal

Students at a school learn about animal welfare and rabies in KAT"s Education Programme

School children visit the KAT Centre in Kathmandu, Nepal

KAT teaches students in visiting school groups about the activities at the Centre

The KAT Centre in Kathmandu, Nepal treats sick stray dogs

A rescued dog recieves nutritious food and medical care from the veterinarians and staff at the KAT Centre

 

Cats who have been treated and rescued by the KAT Centre in Kathmandu, Nepal

Cats who have been rescued by the KAT Centre bask in the sun

Lucy, a street dog, before treatment at the KAT Centre

Lucy when KAT's staff found her on the streets

Lucy receiving medical treatment at KAT in Nepal

Lucy recieving veterinary treatment for her skin condition

Lucy after treatment. She now lives at KAT in Kathmandu, Nepal

Lucy is now happy and healthy, and she lives at KAT as an in-house dog

 

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