Maddie just after we picked her up. She was then being treated at the vet for an eye infection and a broken leg

Volunteering: a peek

When a dog or a cat comes into our hands, we first take them to a veterinary clinic with which we are linked. They do all the checkups, vaccinations, scans, … whatever is needed. Once that is done and dusted, we try to find a foster home for the animal(s) until the are adopted.

But sometimes they have to stay a bit longer at the vet. This is the case with Maddie. Maddie had a horrible eye infections, her ears were a mess and she had a fractured front leg.

While she was at the vet getting the proper medication and vaccinations, volunteers would regularly pass by and take her out of her kennel for some cuddles. As she was not supposed to use her leg much, we had to make sure she rested sufficiently, but she was so very very happy and loving as soon she was able to interact with humans.

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

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

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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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