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

Videos

Click on the following links to watch these videos:

• KAT urgently needs a permanent home. Watch our video appeal! (1.5 minutes)

• The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre rescues and treats street dogs in Nepal (4 minutes)

• Jan Salter, founder of the KAT Centre, describes KAT's programmes (4 minutes)

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KAT urgently needs a permanent home. Watch our video appeal!


The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre rescues and treats street dogs in Nepal

More than 20,000 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 charitable organisation dedicated to the humane management of street dogs in Kathmandu, Nepal. The Centre's mission is to create within the Kathmandu Valley a friendly, rabies-free, non-breeding street dog population through Animal Birth Control (ABC).

Learn how you can help KAT transform Kathmandu's street dog population!


Jan Salter, founder of the KAT Centre, describes KAT's programmes

Jan Salter talks about the KAT Centre's work for animals in need. KAT's goal is to reduce the stray dog population of the Kathmandu Valley and eliminate rabies through Animal Birth Control (ABC) & Rabies Vaccination, Public Education, and Rescue & Treatment for sick and injured street dogs, many of whom are now available for adoption.

We rely on your support to treat the dogs of Kathmandu. We are a 'no frills' organisation and your donation will go directly to treating street dogs and educating the community. In addition to donating, you can support KAT in many other ways.


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