ISK Seniors Event: Exam Kick Off with TNR Dogs

TNR Trust was asked by the International School of Kenya (ISK) to bring in some dogs. The ISK Seniors were having an event before they start their exams and so it was the right place and the right time to give them access to some therapeutic dog cuddles and licks.

It did threaten to rain, but luckily the sun brightened up the event and the seniors came to meet our dogs en masse. The TNR volunteers had provided some snacks the students could give to the dogs, so needless to say both dogs and humans had a great time! Lots of selfies were taken, lots of cuddles were given and received.

We would like to thank ISK for this opportunity

and

Wish the Seniors all the best with their exams!

Sadie and Pacino, both adopted from TNR Trust
Sadie and Pacino, both adopted from TNR Trust
Farah loved the attention (Farah is still up for adoption)
Farah loved the attention (Farah is still up for adoption)
Pinda and Korneel in full anticipation of treats. Korneel was adopted from TNR Trust
Pinda and Korneel in full anticipation of treats. Korneel was adopted from TNR Trust
Dora made sure that all dogs were able to relax before meeting the seniors (Dora is still up for adoption)
Dora made sure that all dogs were able to relax before meeting the seniors (Dora is still up for adoption)
Cuddles and Treats go well together
Cuddles and Treats go well together
Pacino got completely smothered with love
Pacino got completely smothered with love
Much love
Much love
The bell had rung to mark the end of the school day, but quite a number of students just couldn't get enough of the dogs!
The bell had rung to mark the end of the school day, but quite a number of students just couldn’t get enough of the dogs
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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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