Thankfully all of the animals, staff and volunteers are safe but the building has suffered severe structural damage. One side of the dog isolation unit at the shelter has collapsed so they can no longer use it, which means the potential for the spread of disease is at a critical level.
The shelter and clinic only have intermittent electricity at the moment and are in urgent need of a solar-powered electricity system to get things back up and running. In the meantime, they also need a solar-powered fridge so that they are able to store the vaccines for the animals and maintain critical treatment.
Animal Nepal’s outreach programmes focus on stray and community dogs, working equines and working elephants. Some of the staff have sadly lost their homes and are surviving outside – our thoughts are with them and all the animals during this desperate time.
If you would like to help Animal Nepal, anything you can give would be much appreciated. You can make a donation by clicking the button below or calling us now on 020 8206 5870.
We will keep you updated.
Caroline Yates, CEO
Photographs: Animal Nepal
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