KAT Centre ‘Humane Management of Street Dogs for Community Benefit’. Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal. The population is 1.2 million people… and 22,500 street dogs. The Aims of KAT. Reduce animal suffering. Protect the human population. How?
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Since it opened in 2004, the KAT Centre has sterilized and vaccinated over 12,000 street dogs.
More than 4,000 of these dogs were injured or sick and were rescued by KAT.
The KAT Centre’s Education program is changing how the people of Kathmandu think of street dogs.
KAT’s Rescue and Treatment Program
‘Mango’ when first found.
Educating students at a local school
Selling t-shirts on World Animal Day
Volunteers Have an Essential Role
Talking to people and raising awareness at public events
Together, let’s create a city where cruelty against animals is eliminated.
You can help!