Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre
Our foundation and corporate sponsors
WSPA is funding our Animal Birth Control (ABC), Rescue & Treatment Programme, and part of the Education Programme.
The Alice Morgan Wright-Edith Goode Trust through Humane Society International funded our new animal ambulance.
The Chaudhary Group has over 40 companies under its umbrella and a distribution network spanning the Indian Subcontinent. They generously support the KAT Centre with monthly donations.
The Brigitte Bardot Foundation has funded the purchase of veterinary supplies and medicines.
The Body Shop has contributed to our running costs.
digitworks designed this website.
The Alice Morgan Wright-Edith Goode Trust has facilitated our education programmes.
The William and Charlotte Parks Foundation has supported our Animal Birth Control (ABC) programme.
The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust has sponsored our Animal Birth Control (ABC) programme.
A number of other companies, large and small, have donated mnedicine, equipment and food.
The KAT Centre's May 2010 Newsletter
KAT would like to extend a very BIG thank you to the Calderdale Support Group for their generous donation which enabled this dream to become a reality. Our office staff can now work unrestricted and are no longer limited by the huge power cut issues that plague and affect the Kathmandu Valley, which can make work very difficult indeed. The end result of this fantastic addition is the huge amount of time and resources that can now be used for more pressing issues such as expanding our school and community based education programme and helping the animals who need us most.
From the 16th - 18th April the KAT staff organized a three day workshop funded by World Society Protection of Animals (WSPA). A large gathering of key animal NGO's, government health organizations, the Kathmandu Municipality as well other interested parties came to hear Natasha Lee and Sarah Vallentine of WSPA who demonstrated very effectively the method of "Project Circle Management" and how to identify problems and discussed with us all how best to manage the street dog issues.
Cats do not have to wait long before being adopted at KAT.
Buddy was on the run when he was found outside the British Embassy - out of his territory and desperately out of his depth. The street dogs of the area were after him from every side.
Buddy's reaction to being scooped up and into the KAT van was one of grateful shy bewilderment. Once at KAT, it took time before he would venture out of the safety of his kennel and box and mix with the other dogs. Many weeks have now passed and Buddy is now a very different fun loving dog. We are now waiting for that right person that needs a quiet gentle older dog to give love and care.
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