From ANIMAL PEOPLE, June 2006:
MULTAN–Often the young pro-animal organizations of the
Islamic world can do little beyond raising awareness, with
proclamations such as a June 3, 2006 resolution by the Animal Save
Movement of Multan, Pakistan, objecting to overdriving oxen,
donkeys, and horses in the summer heat.
But Pakistan is among the seven nations, four predominantly
Muslim and two others with substantial Muslim minorities, in which
the British-based Brooke Fund for Animals operates equine
clinics–including a clinic in Multan.
The Brooke began working in Pakistan in 1991 with a mobile
clinic operating out of Peshawar in 1991. That project rapidly
expanded into a base clinic, two field clinics, and six mobile