Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre
you want to make a difference here is a project where your contribution is
guaranteed to benefit.
we were in Kathmandu (
Who can resist eyes like these? The puppy is heavily hit by malnutrition and severe skin diseases
We didn’t give these lovely changes
much thought until we visited the KAT centre. It is precisely the result of the
magnificent work done by the KAT that the street dogs in large parts of
KAT is a non-profit charity organisation
founded in 2003 by the Englishman Jam Salter. The centre in
The goal of KAT is to diminish the number of street dogs with 50% and to improve the lives of the dogs. To reach this goal KAT has started some effective and humane programmes that entail neutralisation, rabies inoculation and treatment of injuries and diseases. In addition KAT does a great job of “educating” the population and changing their perception of the street dogs.
The vets at KAT sterilize a street dog
KAT is run by donations particularly from private persons, but also big organisations like the WSPA support the
project. Also supported by The Tibetan Terrier World Congress 2007
KAT is run by donations particularly from private persons, but also big organisations like the WSPA support the project. Also supported by The Tibetan Terrier World Congress 2007.
dogs – and the big hope for them in the future
Here you can read about our experiences during our visit to the KAT centre February 19 2007.
Here you can see pictures from our visit to the KAT centre.
KAT Centre´s Website
See much more about KAT by visiting their website. See how you donate to the good projekt, and how the donation is usefull.