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Sneha's Care is a  non-profit animal rescue organization, based in Kathmandu, Nepal. 

 

We take action to STOP  the animals from suffering.

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July 4, 2018

Hope is what we named her after "Asha." Asha was our beloved cow who was rescued 11 days ago in the case where five cows were poured hot bitumen that you must be very well aware of is no longer with us. Among three calves she had the most severe condition, and her situ...

June 24, 2018

We are so selfish, that we abandon the male cow just because they cannot give milk. There are uncountable cows on the street who need food and shelter.

We have started to feed cows every Saturday from various areas. It makes us happy to feed them at least once a week. W...

September 3, 2017

The month of August has been a hectic month for our team members. Total of 149 dogs was treated by our team out of which 47 dogs were rescued and brought to the shelter and the remaining were on the spot treatment. Among them, skin disease hit and run cases and maggot...

July 15, 2017

 YDA, Nepal, Live To Love International & Kung Fu Nuns who visited the Cow Farm today and brought the medicines for the surviving three cows. More than 100 cows lost their lives after the fire took place on a cow farm in Sundarijal. The medicines that you have donated...

July 9, 2017

Few cows are still surviving from the injury after the fire took place in one of the cow farms at Sundarijal.We would like to thank Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen for helping us help them with the medicines & supplies. We are still looking for few medicines to make them stable...

June 23, 2017

16 cows are still Fighting for their life and remaining are already dead out of 122 cows after the fire took place in Gokarneshwor Cow farm. We are desperately in the need of this medicine (Colloid). Is there anyone willing to help with this medicine? Alternatively you...

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