TNR stands for “TRAP, NEUTER AND RELEASE”
All dogs and cats that go through our hands get trapped, receive vet care, vaccinations, get spayed/neutered and (if possible) they are released again in the same area.
If Release is not possible, TNR Trust looks for a new home for the dog/cat. In Tiggy’s case, the release part was not possible as she did not have a home to call her own PLUS she had 9 pups to raise !!
Tiggy and her little ones are currently staying with a TNR Foster Family, where they get plenty of opportunity to socialize with people, children and learn how to be dogs.
The below are pictures from the “Puppy Snuggling Party” the Foster Family had organized. We hope this will lead to the little puppers being adopted quickly!