Farah was a street dog: cautious, afraid and trying to hide away in holes and corners. TNR Trust took her in from KSPCA and, thanks to all our combined efforts, she has really managed to come out of her shell.
She loves being with people, especially those who have treats. But this doesn’t mean she is high maintenance: she can hold her own and do her own thing without bothering you 24/7.
On top of that, she has received some basic obedience training and has plenty of exposure to being around people. She even joined TNR Trust when we went to ISK (International School of Kenya) to surprise the senior students just before they started their final exams! She loved their cuddles and was very friendly with all of them.
Not convinced yet? Maybe this will win you over: at 45cm (17.7 inches) at the shoulder and being of a quiet and easy-going nature, Farah is a good fit for apartment living. She is very friendly with all dogs and cats.
Farah is spayed (which saves you money!) and about 3 years old. She would be an ideal companion for both senior people and families with children 8 years and above.
Contact: TNR Trust Nairobi via:
Carla 0733 739 708 or Hanne 0703 358 975 (sms)
TNR Trust requires an approved adoption contract, a donation of 8000 ksh to help cover vaccinations/food and a requisite follow-up home visit.