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Press Releases

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KAT Centre Is Transforming Kathmandu's Street Dog Population
Animal charity has created a healthy, stable dog community at the famous "monkey temple" (12 March 2012)
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KAT Centre Will Vaccinate 500 Dogs in Bungamati for Rabies
Charity organization's goal is to eliminate rabies from the area, which kills hundreds of people in Nepal every year (11 August 2011)
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Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre Celebrates Its Seventh Anniversary
Its accomplishments include ending the government's poisoning of street dogs in the city of Kathmandu, treating more than 12,000 street dogs, and vaccinated over 22,000 dogs for rabies (6 May 2011)
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Non-Profit Has Spayed 40% of Kathmandu's Street Dogs
The KAT Centre in Kathmandu, Nepal reports that street dogs are now healthier and have less skin disease, and people are kinder to dogs (February 27, 2011)
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Anger at poisoning of dogs
The poisoning of dogs in the Baneshwor area has deeply saddened the Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT) (June 29, 2008)
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Kathmandu government to work with an NGO for stray dog management
Kathmandu Metropolitan City has said it will work with the Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT) for the management of stray dogs in the city (May 24, 2008)
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KAT celebrates its fourth anniversary
The only charity in Nepal to work towards humanely lower the street dog population using the ABC (animal birth control) method is inviting all animal lovers to share in its fourth anniversary celebrations
(May 8, 2008)
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Donkeys dumped by roadside signal a new crisis in animal welfare in Kathmandu
Staff from the Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT) rushed to the scene and brought a donkey to immediate veterinary care (April 15, 2008)
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Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre is organizing various programs to mark Spay Day (February, 2008)
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A new year in the fight against rabies and animal suffering in Nepal
The KAT Centre plans for 2008 to be its best year yet (January 18, 2008)
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