Love the unwanted, neglected, and ill-treated

Free Medical Care for Street Cats

The LUNI Lombok team is patrolling daily on the lookout to ensure our stray cats are in good health. Besides giving them food and water daily we check if there are injured or sick cats, small kittens or unsterilised cats. 

The most common medical issues that we come across and provide treatment for:

Abscesses and wounds, ringworm and scabies, cat flu, panleukopenia, injuries sustained from being hit by horse carts, eye infections, kidney failure, worms and fleas, chicken or fish bones stuck in the mouth/throat, blood parasites, and blocked cats (urethral obstruction).

Support Us

We are extremely thankful for your kind contribution, and even the smallest donation amount counts. This will go a long way towards our efforts to help the island animals with sterilisation, food, free medical treatments, and rescue and rehabilitation.


Our permanent veterinary clinic on Gili Trawangan offers free treatments for stray cats and affordable vet services for pets of the local community. We also offer medical care for other animals such as pet rabbits and birds, and other wildlife such as cows and goats.

LUNI Lombok is organising pop-up clinics in other locations that are mainly for sterilisation (TNR program), but also offer treatments, surgeries, check-ups, vaccinations and deworming for kittens. On top of that, we also provide basic education about animal welfare and pet ownership!

LUNI Lombok Veterinary Clinic, Cat Cafe, and Shop 

Open daily from 9 am – 7 pm

Whatsapp: ‭+62 812 39495308‬


Adress: Yayasan LUNI Lombok
Jl. Ikan Hiu Gili Trawangan, Gili Indah, Kec. Pemenang, Kabupaten Lombok Utara, Nusa Tenggara Bar. 83352, Indonesia

LUNI Lombok’s vision is that the animals of the Gilli Islands, Lombok, can live happily and healthily in harmony with the community.

Any donation (but please consider a monthly recurring donation) will help us greatly to help the animals through our 5 goals of:

1) Food, water and shelter

2) Sterilisation and vaccination

3) Veterinary care

4) Rescue and rehabilitation

5) Education and support

© 2023 LUNI Lombok


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