Kavrepalanchok District of Nepal is bordering district to Kathmandu, capital city of Nepal. It lies eastern side from Kathmandu and its capital city is Dhulikhel. Nepal is regarded as the hot spot of Rabies as street and community dogs roaming are never vaccinated and medically treated. After the earthquake of 7.8 magnitude hit Kavrepalanchowk District and other 31 district around it, many lives were fully or partially damaged. Various socio-economic crisis are raising day by day. Thousands of street dogs come towards city areas during the disaster and are concentrated in city areas. Because of un-managed garbages, meat shops etc. the population and fertility of street dogs has been increasing. There are over crowded street dogs in roads causing road accidents, fecal contamination, noise pollution and gang attacks to small animals and school children. Street dogs are turning wild and people and authorities are demanding poisoning of street dogs to control their population. Hundreds of thousands of street dogs are under risk. The are is isolated and have very few access to shopping areas and animal clinics. NAWRC is working to control the street dogs population humanely by Catch-Neuter-Vaccinate-Release (CNVR) Approaches. Among the 950 street dogs populations counted and estimated through our surveys, 350 street dogs are neutered and vaccinated already in Banepa Municipality. At present we are struggling to get support and every support will count for saving a life. It costs $25 to spay a female street dog and $20 to castrate a male dog. Support us neuter each dog by sponsoring the cost involved. Thank you!