Girls Extraordinaire raising money for TNR Trust!
Exciting things are happening here at TNR Trust! We had our preliminary KVB (Kenya Vet Board) inspection of our Mobile Clinic. They were most encouraging and very impressed with our clinic. We have also received a grant to cover the vets salary for a year, so it's really, really the home stretch! We still have… Continue reading !! BREAKING NEWS !!
TNR Trust provided the students at Ewaso Primary School (Ol Donyiro, Kenya) with crayons and colouring books about dogcare. We hereby try and strenghten 1 of our pillars, ie "Community Education"
Did you ever wonder where your donations go towards? Or what our volunteers actually do? Have a read on the process of rescuing and rehoming Timmy and her 4 puppers.
TNR has no funds left for trap, neuter & release work, vaccinations or rescues. We don't get government funds and we are 100% volunteer-based. Each of you have the power to help this girl and any future dogs/cats we need to rehome
TNR went to check up on Lucky how he is doing and was surprised to see that he had become the subject of a painter! Would you also like to have a painting of your pet done by the talented Leo Mativo, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org !
On 17 March 2018, TNR Trust posted an appeal to the public to help Robert and his animals. Find out what we were able to bring about with your donations!
There was a growing concern of several residents around Mvuli Road (Nairobi) regarding a growing pack of street dogs living together with several street people. TNR Trust went out to check and resolve the issues
When you wait ages for a bus, then suddenly three arrive. This is exactly what TNR Trust has been experiencing, except a whole matatu fleet of cats and dogs seemed to have arrived at our doorstep at the same time! But how can you help? Find out in this blog post
Full House at KSPCA : 200 dogs, + 50 cats and no government support. But there are various ways to support the KSPCA