A Spayed Mia is a Happy Mia

Little Mia is a playful little girl! She was rescued from Eastleigh and, after a full vet check-up, we found her great foster care, which she needed! She was so tiny and had a rough start in life. She had a skin infection as well which needed to be treated and closely monitored.

Teensy Tiny Mia when she had just arrived into TNR Care

Teensy Tiny Mia when she had just arrived into TNR Care

She loved cuddling, was very playful and lived with the cat from the foster family to get used to animals and humans alike.

TNR Trust managed to find Mia a home, but not before ensuring that her new owners will spay her. Spaying/Neutering is part of the adoption contract a new adopter needs to sign with TNR Trust. We also ask for a certificate of your vet as proof that this has been done once the dog or cat is of proper age.

A proper queen in her Furever Home

A proper queen in her Furever Home

Why are we so adamant in having this done? Let’s do the math… Assuming ZERO mortality, this can happen over the span of 5 years:

  • One unspayed female dog and her offspring can produce over 2,900 dogs
  • One unspayed female cat and her offspring can produce over 20,000 cats

Cats generally go in and out of heat every three weeks and can even get pregnant while still suckling new born kittens. Did you do the math? That is a lot of animals! And a lot of them will end up on the streets, unwanted.

TNR Trust is only able to make a difference thanks to donations. By means of our volunteers, we try to bring about a healthy and manageable cat (and dog) population. Any amount is helpful! To give you an idea:

  • 1 Cat (female) Spay costs Ksh 2,000
  • 1 Cat (male) Neuter costs Ksh 1,500

Click HERE to make a donation so that we can make more cats and cat owners happy!

Click HERE for the TNR Flyer on Neutering your pet

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