Doing house visits at homes where dogs have been adopted from TNR Trust is also important
Volunteering

Volunteering with TNR: a sneak preview

When dogs or cats come through TNR Trust, we firstly have them checked by a vet, find a foster home for them and then rehome them with a new and welcoming family.

But the process is not done yet! To make sure the animal and the family are compatible, we perform a house visit a few weeks after the adoption to ensure the animal has settled in well.

Above is a picture of one of our volunteers who did such a house visit to Mama Oreo, who got adopted by a family that recently lost a dog. By us checking in to see how she was doing, we were able to confirm that she settled in well all the way in Machakos, in a nice compound with other dogs.

TNR Trust can only reach its aims through volunteers. For Donations, go to:

https://secure.changa.co.ke/myweb/share/3103#.VQrdmV9UU80.facebook

Volunteering

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