Nepal Street Animal Rescue

Portland, Oregon
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Services Provided
Education and Advocacy
Their Work

Nepal Street Animal Rescue (NSAR) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2007 by Portland, Oregon native Hillary Kloetzli to fully fund an animal rescue and shelter to help address the staggering stray dog problem in Nepal.

In 2015, in an effort to expand their animal welfare impact, Nepal Street Animal Rescue partnered with Sneha’s Care Rescue and Shelter in Lalitpur, Nepal. In their partnership with Sneha’s Care, NSAR is responsible for donor relations, volunteer outreach, and international adoption coordination. Together, their rescue efforts and spay, neuter & vaccination campaigns have helped hundreds of stray animals.

NSAR also supports several independent rescue groups, including Kathmandu Locals and Team Paiala. Their support of these independent rescue and treatment groups helps save thousands of stray dogs by managing daily feeding stations and providing urgently needed veterinary treatment in the field.

SPCA International is proud to support Nepal Street Animal Rescue’s mission as they continue to work to save stray dogs and strive to change lives, one forgotten animal at a time.