Sneha’s Care operates one of the largest dog shelters in Nepal, where currently around 150 dogs are housed. The dogs of Kathmandu frequently endure the most horrifying abuse. They are often beaten, mistreated, and run over by vehicles, leaving them injured or even permanently disabled. Sneha’s Care receives numerous calls and messages reporting animal cruelty and abuse. Our well-equipped team of veterinary doctors, assistants, and helpers manage the cases by traveling to the scene of the occurrence.
Our team is always on the move in our animal ambulance, which is equipped with a full-fledged medical facility to transfer the animals to our clinic in serious cases. Nearly all of the cases we get are handled using our resources, occasionally locals and other volunteers assist with rescue efforts and medical care. Our team determines what needs to be done and where after studying the situation of the animal. When the injuries are mild, we typically treat the animals there and release them, but when they are significant, we move them to our clinic and also our shelter for long-term healing.