Sneha’s Care operates one of the largest dog shelters of Nepal where currently around 140 dogs are housed. The dogs of Kathmandu are often subjected to the most horrific cruelty. They are beaten, kicked, and hit-and-run by vehicles, making them injured, and life in pain, starving. Sneha’s Care monthly receives almost 40/50 animal cruelty and abuse cases mostly related to street dogs through hotline, email, and social media. We have a well-equipped team consisting of veterinary doctors, assistants, and helpers who handle the cases by visiting the spot where the incident takes place. Our team is always on the move in our animal ambulance where a full-fledged medical facility has been installed to transfer the animals to our clinic during serious cases. We try to handle almost all the cases received, by our means although sometimes locals and other volunteers also support in rescue and medication. After analyzing the animal situation on the spot, our team decides what should be done and where. In most cases where the injuries are minor, we medicate the animals on the spot and release them in the same spot but in serious cases, we transfer them to our clinic and also in our shelter for long-term recovery.