Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre
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.
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.
Lex Limbu's 'Number 1 Source' Blog
Helping Animals Beyond Our Borders
Eine Stadt setzt auf ABC (in German)
Helping dogs thrive against the odds in Nepal
You Can Help the KAT Centre Save the Lives of Animals in Need
Story of a Streetdog
Catching Up with Kathmandu's Street Dogs
Humane Society Alum Helps Himalayan Street Dogs. Gregg Tully writes about his experiences volunteering to help stray dogs in Kathmandu and Bhutan, after working at the Marin Humane Society in California.
Tackling the problem of street dogs. The KAT Centre's Animal Birth Control program has sterilised 40% of the street dogs in Kathmandu and the canine population has decreased from around 31,000 to approximately 22,500!
Jan Salter: Artist, Animal Lover, and Member of Kathmandu's Community. Read about how Jan Salter first came to Nepal, her career as a highly regarded artist, and why she founded the KAT Centre.
The KAT Centre: Rescuing the Street Dogs of Kathmandu. Gregg Tully's story of being shocked by the condition of Nepal's street dogs, his experience volunteering at the KAT Centre, and KAT's impressive accomplishments.
Une vie de chien a Katmandou (In French). See some beautiful photographs of street dogs in Kathmandu, Nepal and how the KAT Centre rescues and treats Nepal's stray dogs.
An interview with Jan Salter, founder of the KAT Centre.
Get to know Jan Salter and find out what inspired her to dedicate her time to Nepali street dogs.
KAT goes to the dogs! An employee of Best Friends describes visiting the 'oasis' at the KAT Centre and the impact KAT is making on the dog population and people's attitudes.
Stray canine population is down. A report shows that the street dog population of Kathmandu, Nepal is decreasing, and people are treating the dogs more kindly.
Number of street dogs on decline. Forty percent of the female street dogs in Kathmandu, Nepal are now sterilised, and dog population is expected to decline further in the next generation, according to a recent survey.
A dog's best friend. The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre has sterilized, vaccinated for rabies, and treated thousands of animals in Nepal, and is helping to make Kathmandu's street dog population healthy and stable. The article also shows some of the rescued dogs and cats who are available for adoption at the KAT Centre.
The KAT that helps dogs. Learn what it's like to volunteer at the KAT Centre in Kathmandu, Nepal and help rescue and care for Nepal's dogs.
No more litters. Family planning for dogs and rabies vaccinations are producing a healther street dog population in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Dogs as Gods. In Nepal, Kukur Tihar is the day for worshipping dogs, but every day is like Kukur Tihar at the KAT Centre.
Cover story about street dogs throughout the developing world, including in Kathmandu, Nepal
Communities come to the rescue as dogs languish in the streets
Tails of Marin: KAT comes to the rescue of Nepal's mistreated street dogs
Housing Stray Dogs, about KAT's programmes to promote animal welfare and reduce animal cruelty in Kathmandu, Nepal
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