WHAT TO DO IF YOU FIND A SICK OR INJURED ANIMAL ON KOH LANTA
Our veterinary clinic is open Monday – Saturday 09:00 – 17:00, closed Sundays
If the animal is not in immediate danger please contact us via email email@example.com
or call the centre (+66) 084-304- 4331 during these hours so we can assist you.
We will need a good description of the animal, accurate location, your contact details, and if possible, photos of
the animal and its injuries.
For emergencies only
If you see a sick or injured animal outside of these hours whose life you think might be in
immediate danger, please call (+66) 084-304- 4331 and we can contact the out-of- hours vet.
FOR SICK OR INJURED STRAY ANIMALS ON NEIGHBOURING ISLANDS AND MAINLAND AREAS (KRABI/ AO NANG)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance
WHAT TO DO IF YOU FIND A STRAY KITTEN ON KOH LANTA
Koh Lanta has a large stray cat population and hence, many kittens are born each year. We are
only a small centre and unfortunately cannot take care of every fit and healthy kitten. This is why
sterilisation is so vital to try to reduce this overpopulation, and the number of unwanted young
If you find a fit and healthy kitten please leave it where it is, provided it is safe to do so. Often the
mother will return to care for it. If the kitten is at your resort, you can let the resort workers know
and they may be able to feed and take care of the kitten.
We can sterilise cats from 2 months old so if you find any cats or kittens you think need to be
sterilised, please email email@example.com for more information on how you can help.
Cats that have already been sterilised will have small tattoo marks on the inside of their ear flap
and may have the tip of their right ear missing so we can identify them from a distance.