The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT Centre)
Founded in 2004 by Jan Salter of the UK, The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT Centre) provides medical care for the 22,500 dogs living on the streets of Nepal’s capital.

A non-profit registered charity organisation, KAT’s three veterinary doctors and Nepalese and international volunteers are dedicated to humanely creating a healthy, rabies-free, sustainable street dog population in Kathmandu.
The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT Centre)
Norwegian KAT volunteer Vibeke Andrea Sefland
A severely dehydrated puppy being treated
Dr. Pushkar Pal, Project Manager
Dehydrated puppy being comforted by another puppy
Vibeke comforts KAT’s latest additions
Dr. Bidur Piya, Veterinary Surgeon
A stray dog undergoes surgery at the KAT centre
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