Vet students helping animals in Nepal

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Vet students helping animals in Nepal

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4 thoughts on “Vet students helping animals in Nepal”

  1. Ginger,Buddy and Shadow

    Wonderful work there! Wish there were many more kindred souls like her…Life for all our unfortunate brothers and sisters out there in the open would be so much easier…

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  4. KAT centre is doing truely a remarkable job in helping the poor animals and giving them a better life. In a way, they are making a better society. I am a veterinary student in Nepal and i myself am thinking about volunteeting over there. Hope to aid the people at KAT in what they are doing.

    –Rakesh Chand 🙂

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