Who we are, what we do, and what we aim for...
Protecting, Sheltering, Conserving, & Educating
We rescued, cared for and provided sanctuary for abandoned domestic and wild animals in Kuwait. We offered education to schools and individuals about the animals and natural habitats of Kuwait. We ran Kuwait's first humane animal control program, through which we provided support and safety to stray and street animals. Our multifaceted marine conservation program aimed to create a shift in the way we treat our delicate marine ecosystems and through our migratory birds rehabilitation program, we aimed to support the avian wildlife on their migratory path. We provided lifelong sanctuary to a multitude of farm animals, including a dedicated equine program.
17,250+ animals rescued
K'S PATH has cared for animals including cats, dogs, horses, donkeys, turtles, tortoises, ferrets, sugar gliders, hamsters, guinea pigs, parrots, ducks, chicken, quails, rabbits, hedgehogs, iguanas, flamingos, eagles, falcons, buzzards, owls, vultures, kestrels, baboons, hyenas, foxes, a bear, and a meerkat.
34,000+ kilograms of waste
Manually collected by K’S PATH volunteers during more than 200+ beach clean-ups to protect Kuwait’s marine species.
21,000+ students educated
Over 25 schools and universities educated by K’S PATH’s Environment and Humane Animal Education program.
Engaging in K'S PATH marine conservation program and shelter work. Of these, 600+ are registered volunteers.
Sheikha Fatima Al-Sabah
Sheikha Fatima M. Al Sabah announces closure of Kuwait Society for the Protection of Animals and Their Habitat (K’S PATH) Says “We worked very hard to improve animal welfare standards and set an example for new animal groups in Kuwait” Sheikha Fatima Mubarak Al Sabah, the Chairperson of Kuwait Society for the Protection of Animals[…]