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THAILAND/
RTR31HRT
May 02, 2012
A veterinarian prepares a cat for neutering at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the growing...
Bangkok, Thailand
A veterinarian prepares a cat for neutering at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the growing...
A veterinarian prepares a cat for neutering at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the growing number of dogs and cats in Bangkok April 28, 2012. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) launched a campaign to control the number of stray dogs and cats in the Thai capital by providing free birth control operations. The initiative also aims to work towards 'zero' strays in the capital. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
THAILAND/
RTR31HRP
May 02, 2012
A veterinarian shaves a cat before neutering it at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the...
Bangkok, Thailand
A veterinarian shaves a cat before neutering it at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the...
A veterinarian shaves a cat before neutering it at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the growing number of dogs and cats in Bangkok April 28, 2012. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) launched a campaign to control the number of stray dogs and cats in the Thai capital by providing free birth control operations. The initiative also aims to work towards 'zero' strays in the capital. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS)
THAILAND/
RTR31HRL
May 02, 2012
Veterinarians neuter a dog for free at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the growing number...
Bangkok, Thailand
Veterinarians neuter a dog for free at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the growing number...
Veterinarians neuter a dog for free at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the growing number of dogs in Bangkok April 28, 2012. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) launched a campaign to control the number of stray dogs and cats in the Thai capital by providing free birth control operations. The initiative also aims to work towards 'zero' stray dogs in the capital. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
THAILAND/
RTR31HR9
May 02, 2012
Veterinarians neuter a dog for free at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the growing number...
Bangkok, Thailand
Veterinarians neuter a dog for free at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the growing number...
Veterinarians neuter a dog for free at a mobile clinic, as part of a drive to reduce the growing number of dogs in Bangkok April 28, 2012. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) launched a campaign to control the number of stray dogs and cats in the Thai capital by providing free birth control operations. The initiative also aims to work towards 'zero' stray dogs in the capital. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
UKRAINE/
RTR2XGE7
February 07, 2012
A stray dog looks from behind the bars of its cage at a veterinary clinic in Kiev February 7, 2012. European...
Kiev, Ukraine
A stray dog looks from behind the bars of its cage at a veterinary clinic in Kiev
A stray dog looks from behind the bars of its cage at a veterinary clinic in Kiev February 7, 2012. European veterinary surgeons performed several dozen neutering operations alongside local medical staff on Tuesday as a humane alternative to culling stray dogs. European Animal and Nature Protection Group (ETN) and animal rights campaigners are trying to bring attention to the culling of stray dogs as part of efforts to prepare Ukrainian cities for the EURO 2012 soccer championship. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: ANIMALS)
UKRAINE/
RTR2XGB2
February 07, 2012
Stray dogs recover after a neutering operation in a veterinary clinic in Kiev February 7, 2012. European...
Kiev, Ukraine
Stray dogs recover after a neutering operation in a veterinary clinic in Kiev
Stray dogs recover after a neutering operation in a veterinary clinic in Kiev February 7, 2012. European veterinary surgeons performed several dozen neutering operations alongside local medical staff on Tuesday as a humane alternative to culling stray dogs as part of preparations for the forthcoming EURO 2012 football championship. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: ANIMALS)
Animals
Animals
Monkey Bounty Hunters in India - 24 Nov 2011
22 PICTURES
INDIA/
RTR2UEBI
November 24, 2011
A veterinarian sterilizes a monkey inside a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife department...
Shimla, India
A veterinarian sterilizes a monkey inside a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife department...
A veterinarian sterilizes a monkey inside a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife department Tutikandi in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla November 14, 2011. The Himachal Pradesh state government is offering a reward of 500 Indian Rupees ($9.50) for every monkey caught by a member of the public in an effort to control their numbers. Monkeys are increasingly seen as a nuisance in places like the capital Shimla, where they harass people and other animals on the roads and rifle through garbage bins looking for food. Monkeys caught are taken to one of four sterilization centres, where they are neutered before being released back into the same area they were trapped in. There were at least 317,000 monkeys in Himachal Pradesh according to the most recent survey of the primates, which was conducted in 2004-05. Picture taken November 14, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDIA/
RTR2UEBA
November 24, 2011
Monkey trappers Raghunath, 28, (2nd R) carries a cage as Alok (R), 25, stands next to a cage with trapped...
Shimla, India
Monkey trappers Raghunath carries a cage as Alok stands next to a cage with trapped monkeys in Shimla...
Monkey trappers Raghunath, 28, (2nd R) carries a cage as Alok (R), 25, stands next to a cage with trapped monkeys in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla November 13, 2011. The Himachal Pradesh state government is offering a reward of 500 Indian Rupees ($9.50) for every monkey caught by a member of the public in an effort to control their numbers. Monkeys are increasingly seen as a nuisance in places like the capital Shimla, where they harass people and other animals on the roads and rifle through garbage bins looking for food. Monkeys caught are taken to one of four sterilization centres, where they are neutered before being released back into the same area they were trapped in. There were at least 317,000 monkeys in Himachal Pradesh according to the most recent survey of the primates, which was conducted in 2004-05. Picture taken November 13, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDIA/
RTR2UEB5
November 24, 2011
An attendant examines monkeys before their sterilization at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and...
Shimla, India
An attendant examines monkeys before their sterilization at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and...
An attendant examines monkeys before their sterilization at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife department Tutikandi in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla November 14, 2011. The Himachal Pradesh state government is offering a reward of 500 Indian Rupees ($9.50) for every monkey caught by a member of the public in an effort to control their numbers. Monkeys are increasingly seen as a nuisance in places like the capital Shimla, where they harass people and other animals on the roads and rifle through garbage bins looking for food. Monkeys caught are taken to one of four sterilization centres, where they are neutered before being released back into the same area they were trapped in. There were at least 317,000 monkeys in Himachal Pradesh according to the most recent survey of the primates, which was conducted in 2004-05. Picture taken November 14, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDIA/
RTR2UEAS
November 24, 2011
Monkeys lie before their sterilization process to start at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife...
Shimla, India
Monkeys lie before their sterilization process to start at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife...
Monkeys lie before their sterilization process to start at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife department Tutikandi in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla November 14, 2011. The Himachal Pradesh state government is offering a reward of 500 Indian Rupees ($9.50) for every monkey caught by a member of the public in an effort to control their numbers. Monkeys are increasingly seen as a nuisance in places like the capital Shimla, where they harass people and other animals on the roads and rifle through garbage bins looking for food. Monkeys caught are taken to one of four sterilization centres, where they are neutered before being released back into the same area they were trapped in. There were at least 317,000 monkeys in Himachal Pradesh according to the most recent survey of the primates, which was conducted in 2004-05. Picture taken November 14, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDIA/
RTR2UEAR
November 24, 2011
An attendant carries a monkey after its sterilization at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife...
Shimla, India
An attendant carries a monkey after its sterilization at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife...
An attendant carries a monkey after its sterilization at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife department Tutikandi in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla November 14, 2011. The Himachal Pradesh state government is offering a reward of 500 Indian Rupees ($9.50) for every monkey caught by a member of the public in an effort to control their numbers. Monkeys are increasingly seen as a nuisance in places like the capital Shimla, where they harass people and other animals on the roads and rifle through garbage bins looking for food. Monkeys caught are taken to one of four sterilization centres, where they are neutered before being released back into the same area they were trapped in. There were at least 317,000 monkeys in Himachal Pradesh according to the most recent survey of the primates, which was conducted in 2004-05. Picture taken November 14, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDIA/
RTR2UEAH
November 24, 2011
Attendants examine a monkey before its sterilization at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife...
Shimla, India
Attendants examine a monkey before its sterilization at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife...
Attendants examine a monkey before its sterilization at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife department Tutikandi in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla November 14, 2011. The Himachal Pradesh state government is offering a reward of 500 Indian Rupees ($9.50) for every monkey caught by a member of the public in an effort to control their numbers. Monkeys are increasingly seen as a nuisance in places like the capital Shimla, where they harass people and other animals on the roads and rifle through garbage bins looking for food. Monkeys caught are taken to one of four sterilization centres, where they are neutered before being released back into the same area they were trapped in. There were at least 317,000 monkeys in Himachal Pradesh according to the most recent survey of the primates, which was conducted in 2004-05. Picture taken November 14, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDIA/
RTR2UEA4
November 24, 2011
A veterinarian places a monkey on the table for sterilization inside an operation theatre at a monkey...
Shimla, India
A veterinarian places a monkey on the table for sterilization inside an operation theatre at a monkey...
A veterinarian places a monkey on the table for sterilization inside an operation theatre at a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife department Tutikandi in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla November 14, 2011. The Himachal Pradesh state government is offering a reward of 500 Indian Rupees ($9.50) for every monkey caught by a member of the public in an effort to control their numbers. Monkeys are increasingly seen as a nuisance in places like the capital Shimla, where they harass people and other animals on the roads and rifle through garbage bins looking for food. Monkeys caught are taken to one of four sterilization centres, where they are neutered before being released back into the same area they were trapped in. There were at least 317,000 monkeys in Himachal Pradesh according to the most recent survey of the primates, which was conducted in 2004-05. Picture taken November 14, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH)
JORDAN/
RTR2U8VL
November 20, 2011
Veterinarians prepare to neuter a stray dog at an animal care center near Amman November 20, 2011. Animal...
Amman, Jordan
Veterinarians prepare to neuter a stray dog at an animal care center near Amman
Veterinarians prepare to neuter a stray dog at an animal care center near Amman November 20, 2011. Animal care groups launched a campaign in the capital of Jordan to neuter stray dogs as part of efforts to reduce their population. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
JORDAN/
RTR2U8VE
November 20, 2011
Veterinarians hold a stray dog down before neutering it at an animal care center near Amman November...
Amman, Jordan
Veterinarians hold a stray dog down before neutering it at an animal care center near Amman
Veterinarians hold a stray dog down before neutering it at an animal care center near Amman November 20, 2011. Animal care groups launched a campaign in the capital of Jordan to neuter stray dogs as part of efforts to reduce their population. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
JORDAN/
RTR2U8US
November 20, 2011
A stray dog barks in an enclosure inside an animal care center near Amman November 2011. Animal care...
Amman, Jordan
A stray dog barks in an enclosure inside an animal care center near Amman
A stray dog barks in an enclosure inside an animal care center near Amman November 2011. Animal care groups launched a campaign in the capital of Jordan to neuter stray dogs as part of efforts to reduce their population. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
JORDAN/
RTR2U8UB
November 20, 2011
A veterinarian neuters a stray dog at an animal care center near Amman November 20, 2011. Animal care...
Amman, Jordan
A veterinarian neuters a stray dog at an animal care center near Amman
A veterinarian neuters a stray dog at an animal care center near Amman November 20, 2011. Animal care groups launched a campaign in the capital of Jordan to neuter stray dogs as part of efforts to reduce their population. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDIA
RTR2UT8N
November 13, 2011
An injured monkey reacts from a cage inside a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife department...
Jammu, India
An injured monkey reacts from a cage inside a monkey rescue centre in Shimla
An injured monkey reacts from a cage inside a monkey rescue centre run by forest and wildlife department Tutikandi in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla November 13, 2011. The Himachal Pradesh state government is offering a reward of 500 Indian Rupees ($9.50) for every monkey caught by a member of the public in an effort to control their numbers. Monkeys are increasingly seen as a nuisance in places like the capital Shimla, where they harass people and other animals on the roads and rifle through garbage bins looking for food. Monkeys caught are taken to one of four sterilization centres, where they are neutered before being released back into the same area they were trapped in. There were at least 317,000 monkeys in Himachal Pradesh according to the most recent survey of the primates, which was conducted in 2004-05. Picture taken November 13, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
BULGARIA/
RTR2KJUQ
March 29, 2011
Veterinarians castrate a stray dog in a mobile vet clinic in Sofia, March 29, 2011. "Four Paws", an international...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Veterinarians castrate a stray dog in a mobile vet clinic in Sofia
Veterinarians castrate a stray dog in a mobile vet clinic in Sofia, March 29, 2011. "Four Paws", an international animal welfare organization, has launched a four-week campaign in the capital Sofia to castrate stray dogs, as part of the municipality's efforts to reduce their population. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
BULGARIA/
RTR2KJTX
March 29, 2011
A stray dog looks out of his enclosure before being castrated in Sofia, March 29, 2011. "Four Paws",...
Sofia, Bulgaria
A stray dog looks out of his enclosure before being castrated in Sofia
A stray dog looks out of his enclosure before being castrated in Sofia, March 29, 2011. "Four Paws", an international animal welfare organization, has launched a four-week campaign in the capital Sofia to castrate stray dogs, as part of the municipality's efforts to reduce their population. The sticker reads, "Four Paws". REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
BULGARIA/
RTR2KJTG
March 29, 2011
Vets castrate a stray dog in a mobile veterinary clinic in Sofia, March 29, 2011. "Four Paws", an international...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Vets castrate a stray dog in a mobile veterinary clinic in Sofia
Vets castrate a stray dog in a mobile veterinary clinic in Sofia, March 29, 2011. "Four Paws", an international animal welfare organization, has launched a four-week campaign in the capital Sofia to castrate stray dogs, as part of the municipality's efforts to reduce their population. Picture taken through a window.
REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
ISRAEL-HIPPO/
RTXESS3
May 06, 2009
Lieber, a five-year-old hippopotamus, is carried away after he died in a castration surgery at the Ramat...
Ramat Gan, Israel
Lieber, a five-year-old hippopotamus, is carried away after he died in a castration surgery at the Ramat...
Lieber, a five-year-old hippopotamus, is carried away after he died in a castration surgery at the Ramat Gan Safari Park near Tel Aviv May 6, 2009. Lieber died in the safari park on Wednesday as he was being castrated by an international medical team. Sagit Horowitz, a spokeswoman for the safari, said four other males at the park survived their castration and another was scheduled to undergo the procedure later in the day. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
URUGUAY/
RTX7G6N
June 29, 2008
Gauchos castrate a young bull during a yerra in a ranch near the town of Casupa, 150 km (93 miles) northeast...
CASUPA, Uruguay
Gauchos castrate a young bull during a yerra in a ranch near the town of Casupa
Gauchos castrate a young bull during a yerra in a ranch near the town of Casupa, 150 km (93 miles) northeast of Montevideo, June 28, 2008. Yerra is an activity in cattle ranches dating back to colonial times and consists of castrating, branding and cutting the horns of young cattle at the beginning of winter. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY)
KASHMIR/
RTX5JRP
May 10, 2008
Workers apply anaesthesia to a dog before sterilizing it at a veterinary camp in Srinagar May 10, 2008....
Srinagar, India
Workers apply anaesthesia to a dog at a veterinary camp in Srinagar
Workers apply anaesthesia to a dog before sterilizing it at a veterinary camp in Srinagar May 10, 2008. Authorities had decided to round up hundreds of stray dogs for sterilization after receiving complaints that packs of dogs were biting people and chasing vehicles, officials said. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
MALAYSIA
RTRRAD8
October 03, 1999
Malaysian children look at cats for adoption at the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
MALAYSIAN CHILDREN LOOK AT CATS IN KUALA LUMPUR.
Malaysian children look at cats for adoption at the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in Kuala Lumpur October 3. SPCA is organising the animals adoption campaign till the end of the month to commemorate World Animals Day. About 100 cats and 80 dogs are up for adoption and a fee will be charged for de-worming, vaccination and cumpulsory neutering (sterilisation).

ZH/TAN
MALAYSIA
RTRRAD6
October 03, 1999
A young Malaysian child looks at a dog for adoption at the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A MALAYSIAN CHILD LOOKS AT A DOG FOR ADOPTION IN KUALA LUMPUR.
A young Malaysian child looks at a dog for adoption at the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in Kuala Lumpur October 3. SPCA is organising the animals adoption campaign till the end of the month to commemorate World Animals Day. About 100 cats and 80 dogs are up for adoption and a fee will be charged for de-worming, vaccination and cumpulsory neutering (sterilisation).

ZH/TAN
RTRD03A
April 08, 1998
A monkey nibbles a slice of mango given by an animal lover on Hong Kong's Golden Hill April 7. The white...
Hong Kong
MONKEY EATS A MANGO GIVEN BY A LOCAL TRAVELLER IN HONG KONG
A monkey nibbles a slice of mango given by an animal lover on Hong Kong's Golden Hill April 7. The white macaque could soon find itself sterilised under a plan being studied by the Hong Kong government to neuter more than 1,000 apes that live on the hill. The government is considering mass sterilisation because the fast-breeding wild monkeys are becoming a menace to human residents.

HONGKONG MONKEYS
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