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KAT Centre: Rescue - Vaccination - Animal Birth Control (ABC)

Kathmandu, Nepal

KAT Centre: Rescue - Vaccination - Animal Birth Control (ABC)

Kathmandu, Nepal

The KAT Centre fights the suffering of the approx. 25,000 strays in Nepal. The proven WHO Birth Control Programme (ABC) reduces the population and prevents new suffering. Vaccinations (rabies) strengthen the health of the dogs and save human lives.

gabriele g. from Förderverein KAT  | 
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About this project

Dear animal lovers ,
for the strays in Kathmandu the fight for survival is hard. Hunger, lack of medical care, maltreatment and the enormous amount of traffic are the biggest dangers. The KAT (Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre) is one of the few safe places for the animals where they are cared for, cured, vaccinated and castrated.

Our homepage :
https://katcentre.org.np/en/
News:
https://www.facebook.com/katcentre  
How we help:
https://youtu.be/gO5Cm06KzG0

The KAT cares for many injured and sick animals. That is why we constantly need :
- medicines (e.g. painkillers, ivermectin,) - Disinfectants - Suture material - Rabies vaccine

In Germany you can support Kat with your purchases without additional costs:  https://www.wecanhelp.de/katcentre
the KAT Centre Mastercard:
 https://www.wecanhelp.de/katcentre/mastercard

The situation: There are about 25.000 street dogs living in Kathmandu at the moment. Many are in a miserable condition - sick, neglected and malnourished. The dogs roam the streets, eat garbage and infect the children of Nepal.

KATs' work: KAT catches strays, castrates them and vaccinates them against rabies. After three days the animals are released back into their neighbourhood. Unfortunately, some animals cannot return because they are too weak due to age, illness or accidents. They stay in the KAT for life.

KATs status: The KAT (Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre) is a non-governmental organisation and is now also recognised in Germany as tax deductible. KAT receives no support from the government.

Yours, Gabriele and Dr. Samuel Davies
Infectious disease specialist / London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Head of KAT
Updated at 07. June 2020