Mr. Piggles is rescued and brought to our Animal Sanctuary. We brought him all the way from Kailali to Kathmandu (700 Km). He was in this swam from last three years and was chained where he could not move anywhere.
You might think that we are crazy saving this one pig but what everyone should understand is “Saving one animal will not change the world but for that animal the world will be changed”.
Thanks to all the donors for helping us rescuing him.
How do you feel if you have a cut in your mouth? Pain? Anguish? And what would you do if people get scared seeing your wound? And what if they start beating you just because you look scary? You could walk to a clinic and treat it right?
Ever thought of dogs? What would they do? They obviously can’t talk or go to the vet by themselves. Can they? This is Leo. He wasn’t so lucky because he isn’t a human. He had big would in his mouth and people got scared of him. He became aggressive as people came near to him. He was just trying to protect himself. But the humans thought different and attacked it. They thought it was best to put him down. But not Sudesh Gurung. He saw how badly Leo was hurt and knew exactly what to do. He called us and we brought Leo to our shelter. He has been given proper medicine and our doctors and volunteers are trying slowly to gain his trust and make him less aggressive.
What is it that is keeping our mouth shut even after witnessing such a cruel act? It seems like we are voiceless. We receive many cases every day some cases are of diseased dogs and most of them are suffering caused by us humans to those innocent voiceless animals.
Notification buzzed at once, we received messages from more than two people at once about the same dog. Then we coordinated with Amogh when we came to know that a dog has been put inside a sack beaten up very badly. He sent us videos of the dog which were heartbreaking and without wasting another second he was rescued by our team. He is with us and we have no proper words to describe his condition. All we can say right now is that we have no more hope for humanity. There are humans only, but no humanity. Also, this question to that insane human being what kind of insanity is it that you gain satisfaction by giving pain to these voiceless animals?
Help us help suffering animals because of us humans. You can also sponsor his treatment. Donate today www.snehacare.org/donate.
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.
Another case of Hit & Run case makes its way to us. Can you imagine what might have happened to cause this amount of injury? The driver must have run over this poor dog when it was lying down and probably sleeping. This poor guy was brought to shelter by Roshan and his family, from Swayambhu. They took it to a clinic, but they could only keep it in for a night. As you can see in the picture itself how big and deep the injury is.
We are tired, we are out of words and we are out of excuses. Nothing can excuse this. How can a person do this and then go on living their lives as usual, when you’ve drastically changed the life of an animal whose only fault was that it was in your way.
Please, we beg of you. Drive Slow. Help Save Lives.
This cat had fallen from a top of a building in Basantapur. The fall had severely injured its leg. Thank you to Rajiv who continuously looked after it and informed us. It is under treatment at the shelter now. We pray for its speedy recovery.
She has a high level of tolerance and has been bearing all the pain for a long time being a victim of a cancerous tumor. Her whole face is swollen due to the tumor on her nose. Her nose and eyes are both bleeding. These led to her devastating state. The pain that she is going through has added lost of appetite on her.
We rescued her from Bijeshwori, Kathmandu on a report of M/s Yanji. She is with us right now and her treatment is ongoing. Her treatment will take time. Our doctor has started chemotherapy on her.
We aspire to reach as many dogs as possible. Without your support, it’s hardly possible. Our furry friends need you for their treatment. Sponsor their treatment today at www.snehacare.org/donate.
We can see many puppies in the street of Kathmandu recently. We have been trying to reach every area possible for the birth control but things cannot just be changed so quick. This puppy was bitten by an adult dog and is injured.
Our team is visiting the puppy every alternate day for the treatment. Hope he will recover soon. Please do not buy puppies but adopt them, because there are so many puppies wandering in the cold street of Kathmandu and you are the one to provide the warmth for them.
If you believe animal deserves a better life, will you please help us continue rescuing animals? A small donation from you will mean thousands of other being taken to safety and given necessary medical treatment. www.snehacare.org/donate
Remember Nono? The tiny member of Sneha’s family. She is here for months and look at her amazing transformation from a skin disease dog to a healthy, handsome pup. Smallest but the most bubbly and playful soul Nono is the favorite of all. She wonders around the shelter and plays with all the adult dogs and puppies. She fascinates everyone around with her ever charming way of wagering her tail. She is amazing living being.
Don’t shop, adopt. You need them as much as they need you.
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.