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Jan Salter Introduces the KAT Centre, which Rescues Stray Dogs in Kathmandu, Nepal

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Uploaded on Nov 16, 2009

Find out more at http://www.katcentre.org.np !

More than 20,000 dogs live on the streets of Kathmandu, Nepal, and many suffer from starvation, infected open sores, mange, and other injuries and illnesses.

The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT Centre) is a non-profit organisation that is using humane and effective methods to create a healthy, rabies-free, non-breeding street dog population.

More than 20,000 dogs live on the streets of Kathmandu, Nepal, and many suffer from starvation, infected open sores, mange, and other injuries and illnesses. The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT Centre) in Kathmandu, Nepal, is a non-profit organisation that is using humane and effective methods to create a healthy, rabies-free, non-breeding street dog population.

Jan Salter, founder of the KAT Centre, describes the organization's work for animals in need.

Our goal is to reduce the stray dog population of the Kathmandu Valley by 50% and eliminate rabies through:
• Animal Birth Control (ABC) & Rabies Vaccination
• Public Education: Teaching compassion and rabies awareness
• Rescue & Treatment: For sick and injured street dogs, many of whom are now available for adoption

We rely on your support to treat the dogs of Kathmandu. We are a 'no frills' organisation and your donation will go directly to treating street dogs and educating the community. In addition to donating, you can support KAT in many other ways.

Find out more at http://www.katcentre.org.np !

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