My name is Bandit

Gender: Female

Age: 3 years and 3 months

Arrived at KAT: June 2017

Disabled: No

My story…

My name is Bandit – which most people who have visited KAT Centre know already as I’m one of the most recognisable of the dogs here.

I’m healthy, happy, and have lots of fun roaming around our grounds, playing with my friends and being spoiled by our staff and volunteers. Things were not always so good for me though – when I was found, I had been abandoned as a very small puppy and was thin and weak. My brothers and sisters had all died and my mother disappeared one day when searching for food.

I was all alone in the world. This was back in May of 2017 at the old KAT Centre and as soon as I was collected, I started to be spoiled and treated like a baby. I became a little bit naughty from all of the attention (which I am still now, to tell the truth). I quickly became stronger and I’ve had a great life ever since then.

Just one thing is missing, I have not yet been successfully adopted. Back when I was rescued I met a kind young lady called Blaise who helped to care for me and who I started to view as a mother. She has been trying to take me back to the United Kingdom but three times I failed the tests and I haven’t made it yet. I’m still waiting here in Nepal and enjoying my time at KAT Centre.

Although things are now good for me, it is very important that the staff here can continue saving the lives of other puppies, so please consider sponsoring me. 

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