The Brooke Hospital for Animals is an international animal welfare organization whose motto is ‘healthy working animals for the world’s poorest communities”. The Brooke was established in Pakistan in 1991, and has centers in Lahore, Multan, Peshawar, Gujranwala and Mardan. After the earthquake struck the northern areas of the country, they organized donkey trains to carry relief goods to people in inaccesssable areas, as well as treated thousands of injured animals. Continue reading
WPSA has been actively carrying out relief work since the earthquake struck Pakistan on October 8, 2005. They have treated thousands of injured animals, set up veterinary clinics and animal shelters in different earthquake affected areas. Take a look at one of their recent reports. Continue reading
Two puppies were rescued by a team of veterinarians sent by Dr. I.H. Kathio from underneath a pile of rubble in Muzaffarabad. The veterinarians handed the puppies to a family who had lost family members in the earthquake.