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

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:



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TNR Trust

TNR stands for Trap, Neuter and Release. Our Motto is "Community Health through Animal Welfare" which we aim to achieve by vaccinating against Rabies, educating on Rabies Awareness and spay/neuter to maintain a manageable dog/cat population in and around Nairobi.

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