Other Animal Charities

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May they be in Nepal, India, the United States or Malaysia, H.E Tsem Rinpoche is especially moved by individuals and organisations who are selfless in their dedication to stop the pain, torture and cruelty to animals.

Some of these individuals have sacrificed their personal comforts, and some have shared their retirement years and funds for the welfare of animals. Some have incorporated their commitment into their daily and family lives, while others have offered their professional skills and time for the health and well being of animals.

No matter where they may be, and whether Rinpoche has personally met them or got to know them through the Internet, Rinpoche and the Kechara Animal Sanctuary have been very much inspired by the charitable works of such individuals and animal groups.

Rinpoche and KAS are honoured to have had the opportunity to make various contributions in funds and in kind to these organisations over the years. We very much appreciate all that they have shared and taught us about animal welfare, and thank them for their unwavering dedication and work to promote a more compassionate and humane society for animals.

Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre

Nepal

Founded single-handedly by Jan Salter from UK who decided to spend her retirement years in a foreign country to create a city where cruelty to animals is eliminated, especially through reducing the stray population of dogs and to eliminate rabies.

Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT)

The vets at the Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT), Nepal


Tara’s Babies

USA

Started by a western Tibetan nun and a group of volunteers in response to the horrors of Hurricane Katrina with massive round-the-clock animal rescues and air-lift relocations. It has evolved into an organisation committed to saving lives and to provide life-long shelter for dogs that cannot be adopted.

Tara's Babies


A Shelter Friend

USA

Made up of volunteers giving pets a second chance on life through extensive use of the internet and the telephone to connect homeless and unwanted dogs and cats residing in the county animal shelters of southeastern North Carolina with rescue organizations and adoptive homes.

A Shelter Friend


Wildlife SOS

India

Co-founded by Kartick Satyanarayan who has been tireless in the rehabilitation of wildlife in India, especially of dancing bears, snakes and monkeys used and abused for sport, entertainment and the amusement of human beings.

Wildlife SOS


SPCA

Malaysia

Founded in 1958, SPCA Malaysia is an animal welfare organisation which aims to protect defenseless animals and to alleviate their suffering. Services provided include an adoption program, investigation of cruelty reports, humane education, assistance to community animal caregivers and a dedicated, low-cost spay / neuter clinic.

SPCA


PAWS

Malaysia

PAWS (Paws Animal Welfare Society) was founded in 1987 by a small group of Malaysian and expatriate volunteers, and currently homes around 400 cats and dogs. Entirely dependent on the generosity of the public through donations or proceeds from charitable events, PAWS look after stray cats and dog, and endeavours to re-home them where possible.

PAWS


AnimalCare

Malaysia

Founded single-handedly by Dr Chan Kah Yein to provide care-giving to stray animals by helping in their spay-neuter and medical needs. Dr Chan has shared her home, family and life with a large number of stray cats and is dedicated to cultivating compassion to animals through education.

My AnimalCare


Furry Friends Farm

Malaysia

Founded single-handedly by Sabrina Yeap who rescues stray dogs, puppies, cats, kittens and other companion animals that are abandoned, neglected or abused by irresponsible owners. The shelter rehabilitates cats and dogs physically and psychologically, giving them a second chance to live their lives in peace and dignity.

Furry Friends Farm

The four-legged residents of Furry Friends Farm

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