Himalayan Animal Treatment Centre (UK)

Himalayan Animal Treatment Centre (UK)

Charity information

Himalayan Animal Treatment Centre (UK)

HAT (UK ) seeks to collect and raise funds and resources for animal welfare in Nepal. Animals in Nepal suffer greatly and receive their only help from small charities like HAT (UK).

Founded 2008

  • Mission statement

    HAT(UK) aims to improve the lives and reduce the suffering of animals in Nepal. The country is extremely poor and animals are at the end of the queue for care. They suffer from neglect, maltreatment and malnourishment and are commonly believed not to be sentient. Municipal authorities control dog populations by strychnine poisoning.

    HAT(UK) uses a mixture of birth control programmes, free veterinary services and rescue & rehabilitation, and community awareness schemes to humanely manage the dogs who live on the streets of the towns and villages. Over the past ten years of consistent work many thousands of animals have enjoyed happier and healthier lives.

  • Aims

    Himalayan Animal Treatment Centre (UK) aims to:

    • To relieve the suffering of animals in Nepal and make lasting improvements in their lives.
  • Overview

    Established: August 2008

    Registered Charity Number: 1115822

    Phone number: 01625 574889

    Address: 45, Tytherington Lane SK102JS

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website