Stray animals caught in Kalimati on Wednesday. (Pratik Rimal / Republica)
KATHMANDU, April 5: Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) on Thursday has rescued stray animals loitering around the city.
KMC rescued stray animals after citizens complained of creating the nuisance on main roads and by lanes.
KMC staff rescued stray cattle, including bulls, calf, and cows from different places of Kathmandu. The City Police collects stray animals and keeps them at its facility in Teku for auction, KMC reported.
stray cattle are a nuisance for pedestrians and vehicular movements. They pose accident risks.
According to the KMC’s record, in the last fiscal year, staff caught 280 stray animals from the road. The Metropolis auctioned these stray animals for Rs 104,600.