Our vision is a nation where mankind and animals can live together in harmony with mutual love and respect and where every life is valued.
Royal Society for Protection and Care of Animals (RSPCA) is an established CSO under the Royal Patronage of Her Majesty the Queen Mother of Bhutan, Ashi Tshering Yangdon Wangchuck.
Our aim is to ensure the welfare of all animals in Bhutan. We do this through education about the plight of animals in our country and by working with all relevant stakeholders whose roles help insure successful outcomes on behalf of the animals.
RSPCA manages an Animal Welfare Treatment Center in Serbithang, known as the "House for the Downtrodden." There are currently 68 dogs on site, along with two cows, a bull and a donkey., with ocassional sick and injured animals taken in.
RSPCA is concentrating on and delivering the following services:
An operating Animal Welfare Treatment Center, "House of the Downtroden" in Serbithang, Thimpu.
Educating the public and instilling a sense of responsibility for the care and humane treatment of animals.
Securing Government and public support for RSPCA
A program for long-term financial sustainability for RSPCA that will ensure a concentration is placed on animal welfare in our country in perpetuity.