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Wheelchairs to the rescue

What do you consider the most joyous moment in your life? At Sneha's Care, the sight of our beloved dogs running, barking and playing joyfully in a space where they know they are safe and loved is the most happy moment for us. These dogs are paralysed from waist down and most are recovering from horrendous injuries and sufferings. Looking after such deared paralysed dogs is indeed a commitment and difficult at times. And we take every measure to make them happy such as taking them on a walk every day and they love this time. And thanks to inventions of wheelchairs, we have been able to provide them with legs and they are able to play normally and as happy. We try to provide the best for all

Mandate by Supreme Court to manage the stray cows

GOOD NEWS FOR ANIMALS AND ANIMAL LOVERS Mandate by Supreme Court to manage the stray cows छाडा गाईलाई व्यवस्थित गर्न सर्वोच्चको आदेश The Supreme Court has given the mandate to the government today to take action against the owner who abandons their Cows/Oxen when they are of no use. Sneha’s Care & Advocate Padam Bahadur Shrestha filed a writ petition at Supreme Court last month for the management and the safety of the abandoned cows/oxen who are left to die in the street. Cow which is the symbol of national animal, and Ox, species related therewith, are national domestic animal and due to the trend of leaving them stray after occurrence of the condition of non-necessity and use in house purp

Experience Sharing Meeting with the Ministry of Livestock Development

Sneha's Care successfully organized an Experience Sharing Meeting with the different stakeholders and Livestock Department of Nepal, held in Department of livestock on April 15 2019 with a total of 21 participants including Director General of the department and representatives of Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development. Our founder president Sneha Shrestha presented and enforced the need of rules, laws and directives regarding animal welfare in Nepal. The relevant stakeholders came to an agreement with the views presented by Sneha Shrestha. They were very much appreciative of Sneha's Care efforts and work done for the welfare of the loving paws. The Director General also put forth

Our fighter boy Coco!

Do you remember Coco? He was rescued from Bhaisepati, Lalitpur on 9th January 2019. When we found him, he was drenched in blood. Someone had cut his tail off and left him to die. Team Sneha's Care urgently brought him to the shelter and started immediate treatment. Now, he has transformed beautifully and is so much happier than ever before. The question popping here is not, can they reason, nor, can they talk. But, can they suffer? Whatever may be the rationale behind a cruel act, cruelty to an animal cannot be hailed. It is a saddening truth that animal cruelty is a crime that is more often than not dismissed and rarely brought to justice. There are laws about animal cruelty and abuse but a

WHERE THESE COMMUNITY DOGS ARE BORN IS WHERE THEY BELONG!

These kind animal lovers brought in sick community dogs to our shelter for treatment. The responsibility they have taken upon themselves to care and shower love for these ailing dogs show that the perspective against community dogs are slowly changing. We at Sneha's Care are very much appreciative of their efforts to bring about these little but significant change in the lives of our loving paws. We need more individuals like them in our communities. Your small gesture can save the lives of the voiceless. Dogs are creatures capable of thinking and sensing. The disregard of their suffering only because they are different species than us humans can’t be accepted. Team Sneha's Care takes every

Let us be more mindful of our driving!

It is NOT OK TO HIT ANIMALS! And to RUN AWAY SHAMELESSLY! We got a rescue buzz from Binod Shrestha about a hit and run case. This beautiful dog named Kale was found unable to move and hence wet with rainstorm in the streets shivering from cold. Out team Sneha's Care reached the place and brought him in to the shelter. Our veterinarian doctor checked his internal wounds and found paralysis waist down. He is now undergoing treatment in our shelter. We are hoping and praying for his speed recovery. 2 minutes, dear humans. It only takes 2 minutes of your precious time to look at the road while driving and slow down so that the dogs could cross the road. That’s it. These loving paws have to face

Vaccination program in Lalitpur Metropolitan District recommences

Day UPDATE of April 7 and 8, 2019 Team Sneha's Care has completed vaccination from ward number 20 from Lalitpur district with a total of 110 dogs (day 1 + day 2) being vaccinated. Parallel to this, the dog census is also ongoing. Till now, more than 1400 dogs have been vaccinated from ward number 1, 2, 10, 11, 7, 8, 9, and 17 of ललितपुर महानगरपालिका कार्यालय, Lalitpur Metropolitan City Office. This vaccination program had a cease when our team went on to rescue cows in Ghodaghodi Municipality. We are very much happy to recommence our program. Rabies, according to the World Health Organisation, causes 59,000 agonizing and painful deaths globally every year, one person every nine minutes, most

A Journey of Salvation: Mr. Piggles

When our founder president Sneha Shrestha first laid her eyes on Mr. Piggles, she was shell shocked for a minute. Being the kindred soul that she is and devoting her whole life to save the loving paws of the world; seeing the appalling condition in which Mr. Piggles was in brought tears to her eyes. Whether a thunderous rain, frightful hailstorm or the scorching heat, Mr. Piggles had the most dreadful 3 years of his life bound by just around 1m long rope tied to a pole living in a grisly mud for the past 3 years under the open sky. When team Sneha's Care first released his caged rope from the pole, Mr. Piggles shivered at the human touch out of terror of the unknown. To bring him to our truc

Too many animals, too few safe havens!

Today is World Stray Animals Day 2019 Sneha's Care is committed toward a better world for all loving paws. In Nepal, stray dogs roaming freely are a common sight. Dogs depend on humans for their everyday needs – food, water, shelter, veterinary care, love and more. Yet thousands of animals across Nepal have no guardian to care for them, let alone a warm, comfortable place to curl up in at night. While some free-roaming dogs are regularly fed by people who act loosely as owners to them, many stray dogs have simply been abandoned and left to fend for themselves; forced to live off waste food scraps, wherever they can find them and often suffering and dying after getting hit by vehicles, succum

Life of animals in mayhem after a massive storm hit in Bara

A massive storm hit several places in the southern district of Bara and adjoining Parsa on Sunday evening with the death toll rising above 50 and around 500 injured who are undergoing treatment in hospitals and emergency wards. While rescue efforts are gaining in pace with security personnel and battalions deployed to the affected areas for rescue and relief operations of people, it is saddening to see that animals have been left astray with thousands of animals being either dead, displaced or severely wounded. Team Sneha's Care has reached the destination to rescue and provide medical help to these troubled animals in dire need of emergency care. The time to help is NOW!! Let us not neglect

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