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Sneha’s Care is one of the largest animal welfare charities of Nepal.

Together we can make a difference in the lives of voiceless friends we share this planet with.

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Sneha’s Care is one of the largest animal welfare charities of Nepal.

Together we can make a difference in the lives of voiceless friends we share this planet with.

We treat and rescue more than 7000 injured animals within Kathmandu Valley.

Sneha’s Care exists to build a humane community that promotes compassion through humane treatment of animals, humane education and community service.

Help when it's needed most Your support is needed NOW to end cruelty

Every year, more than `10000 street animals die in Nepal from illness, diseases and accidents. Proper medical treatment, population control and creating healthy environment are the ONLY solutions for sustainable street animal management. Our interventions are helping street dogs and farm animals in Nepal.

Here’s our story on animal rescue

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COVID-19 has significantly impacted our funding. Our life-saving work with animals hasn’t stopped, but we need your help now...

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Take a tour or volunteer in our animal shelter

Hundreds of visitors tour our animal shelter in a week and learn about the impact we are making and...

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How are we making a difference?

Our medical team spent 80% of their working time on the streets of Kathmandu Valley and treats wounded, fractured...

Ways to help

In the Know

Check updates about our incredible stories of animal rescues, adoptions, recovery and other happenings here.

Our Residencies for Rescued animals

Farm Animal Shelter

Sneha’s Care built a farm animal sanctuary in 2018 to provide shelter and medical care for the abandoned farm animals, which are found on...

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Sneha’s Care Dog Shelter

Since its inception in 2014, Sneha’s Care has been working for the welfare of street dogs. With the long-term vision of treatment and care...

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2020 – A year at a Glance

  • 349

    Mobile Treatment

  • 226

    Rescued Animals

  • 76

    Volunteers & Visitors