Update on the TNR Mobile Clinic

Jingle Bells! Jingle Bells! – the countdown to Christmas has begun and we are taking full advantage of this season of goodwill by busily recruiting volunteers for the TNR mobile clinic.

The first person we’d like to thank for joining our team is Erick Onsongo -one of the mobile clinic’s veterinary volunteers who’s been pivotal in helping set the programme up.

We will be profiling Erick next week, who explains how a chance meeting with the TNR’s Amy Rapp and a desire to better the lives of animals and people has changed the course of his life.

If you have any questions you’d like to ask Erick – either for the profile or to find out how you can volunteer your services, then please get in touch with the TNR Trust.

One Comment on “Update on the TNR Mobile Clinic

  1. A question to Eric Onchonga: In today’s world in which it seems everybody is chasing individual gratification, how did you convince yourself on the need to volunteer for a worthwhile cause?
    I ask this because i grew up on the countryside and had a communal kind of upbringing. However, my professional life requires me to work in urban set-ups which i find tend to steer me to individualism.

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