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The Street Dogs of Kathmandu

Just wanted you to know that this video can be tough to watch at certain moments.

— Kenn

Learn about the harsh lives of stray dogs in Kathmandu, Nepal, and the work of the Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT Centre) to solve this problem. This video was made years ago when the KAT Centre was just beginning. Watch more videos about KAT, and see how far the Centre has come at

There are 35,000 dogs living in the streets of the Kathmandu Valley. The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT Centre) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the humane management of street dogs in Kathmandu, Nepal. The Centres mission is to create within the Kathmandu Valley a dog friendly, rabies-free, non-breeding street dog population through an Animal Birth Control (ABC) program.

The KAT Centre uses humane and effective methods to control the stray dog population of Kathmandu Valley. KAT relies on your support to treat the dogs of Kathmandu. It is a “no frills” organisation and your donation will go directly to running the ABC/Anti-rabies Vaccination, Rescue Services and Public Education programmes.

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