Our rescue stories

SPCA responds to animal emergencies and reports of stray dogs, cats, calves and even monkeys requiring medical treatment. The team handle between 10 to 20 calls each month and many responses demand immediate assistance from our team. Once the rescued animals have arrived at our shelter, they are quickly assessed by our vet. Cases often include hit and run case, abuse by some human, canine transmissible tumours (TVT). Other common cases include infected wounds, fractures due to road traffic accidents, various skin conditions and tick-borne diseases.

P.S – There have been horrific incidents with our furry animals so most of the images below are post treatment or non graphic content.

Spay and Neuter

By spaying (female pets) and neutering (male pets), we can help control the street animal population in the street of Kathmandu. This is one of our major mission. By the help of our vet doctors, technicians and volunteers, we have spay and neuter dogs and cats. With the help of our doctors, lab technicians and volunteers, we have spayed and neutered over 1000+ cats and dogs till now.

Feeding Campaigns

COVID-19 lock down impacted not just human beings but the animals living in the street. There are many compassionate animal lovers who feeds these animals on daily basis. We were able to feed 500+ animals including dogs, calves, cats and monkeys. Thanks to our well wishers and volunteers.