Thanks to Mr. Pranish, Sishir & Rohan for spreading your love with our furry friends and for your time. We encourage people like you to visit our shelter and see how we are running and what we have been doing.
Thanks for the generosity you made of Rs. 10,000.
Visit our website if you are willing to help us help the needy animals: www.snehacare.org/donate
It cost almost Rs. 75,000 (USD 700) to make a metal sling to support and hang a cow for the treatment/therapy. The handicapped cow now staying at our care need to be hanged in a sling for therapy atleast 3 to 4 times in a day but we have been doing it with the help of bamboo and with the help of at least 16 people.
What have I done to you? Tell me. Did I bite you? Scare you? All I do is bark because that’s how I talk. I don’t think I have done anything to harm you. All I want from you is love and affection. Then why did you do this to me? Why did you crush me with your vehicle? And you didn’t even look back at me. Didn’t even care, what state I was in. I was in so much pain. I couldn’t move my legs. Thanks to Mr. Achyut Shrestha who called Sneha’s Care to inform about the situation. I am now in Sneha’s Care, under treatment. They say I have back paralysis. I cannot move properly but I know I am safe here. If you want to help many like Murphy, please donate.
While going to Naagdhunga for the investigation on Live Animal Transportation, our founder encountered a dog with maggots wounded wandering in the garbage at Kalanki. She then gave a packet of biscuit to the Traffic Police to make the dog be with him so that our team could go and rescue the dog. Our team reached on time and rescued the dog.
He is now at the shelter under treatment. There are many unseen cases like this and we need your support to inform us about the cases so that we could help them but on the other hand we cannot help needy animals unless we get support from you financially.
Rescued this afternoon from Nakhhu. We do not need to write what happened to this dog but we knew that he was bitten badly by some evil. The wound he has is full of maggots and the treatment is ongoing. Again, we have been doing what we can with our limited resources and no budget and if you want to help us help more animals, please donate so that we can continue our rescue mission soon. www.snehacare.org/donate
We all agree that the life of a dog living on the streets is very hard. They have to fight for practically everything to survive. But when you are born into the streets you at least have a way of things. You can make your way through the day. The street is your home. Sleeping in the cold concrete does not feel hard, as the moment you were born, that has been your bed.
But it is such a risk. One minute you are hooping down the usual streets, the other minute your whole world changes when you are hit by a vehicle. This is what happened to Simba. Not only did the vehicle hit him, it made him paralyzed from the waist down. Our rescue team had to struggle to get him out of his hiding place and would not let us touch him. Imagine how scared you would have to be, imagine how much abuse he must have gone through to behave this way? We might never know.
He is now in our care, happy to at least have a wheelchair to support him, he can walk without having to drag himself everywhere. But he still needs help to get in a wheelchair and get down the stairs. He has a second chance at life, but it will never be the same as he had the one before. Please drive slow. He might just be a dog to you, but he has a life too.
This is Lola. Lola suffers from a mammary tumor in her abdomen area, which has made her quite weak. She is unable to move much because of the heavy weight of the tumor. Maximum percentages of female dogs that are not spayed suffer from tumors like these in their lifetime. Even though most of these tumors are benign, it weakens a dog, diminishes their health and can be quite painful.
This is even worse for dogs living in the streets as they have no one to look after them or treat them in time. We are waiting for Lola to get her health back so that we can get rid of the awful weight that has been restricting her to live a good and free life.
Life of a dog in our country is miserable. When will we understand the meaning of an animal?
Deo was rescued from the street of Kathmandu once we got reported about his health. Our team reached the location and found out that he was a breed dog and was abandoned by his owner once he was attacked by diseases.
We rescued him on December 26th, 2017 and he is now healthy enough and looking for a home. It is tough to find people who adopt the dogs from the street but if you have a heart and love for animals, please ADOPT and do not SHOP.
Meet Lily our beautiful one-year-old furbaby. Looking at her now, it is hard to believe that only two months ago she was suffering from a life-threatening disease known as Ascites. Ascites in dogs causes their abdomen area to swell up with the accumulation of fluid in the abdomen of the dog. If not treated professionally, it can be very fatal and can also lead to death.
The illness is not only life-threatening but also extremely painful. Lily must have had such a painful life before we brought her here. We cannot imagine the pain the illness must have caused as she tried to get by searching for food and shelter in the streets. She now spends her time playing with her friends, cuddle with us and sleep in the sun the whole day.
Her bloating has now completely gone. She can move around and run free without anything weighing her down. Help us create more happy outcomes like this.
Canine Scabies is a type of Sarcoptic Mange that causes rashes, itching, and pain in the skin of dogs. Due to extreme itching and scratching it also causes massive hair loss in the irritated areas of the skin. Scabies is caused by mites who are infested in the skins of dogs and lay their eggs.
This damages a dog’s skin and it becomes very thick. Dogs living in the streets are very vulnerable to this kind of Mange, as it is very easily transferable. There is no way to avoid mange, but it can be treated quickly if it is reported on time.
Sneha believes humans and animals co exists and we should learn to respect each other, if we can only just start treating the animals they deserve, then the world is already the better place to live in. Lets join hands together in fighting against the violence against animals. If you need sneha's help she just a click away.
Sneha has been voluntarily helping the stray and street dogs on her own expenses without the support of any organization. She takes dogs and other pets to her home and treats them. If you like to help her in this cause, Do donate and make a difference.