In light of World Rabies Day on 28 September, we will dedicate this week's post to Rabies: The facts, the figures, how to prevent it and our goals. Today, we look at what Rabies is and how it manifests in people and dogs.
TNR Trust Rabies Educator Course (TRE) is a free document for community educators, public health workers and anyone interested in learning how to prevent rabies in their communities.
In Kenya, it is estimated that up to 2,000 human deaths occur annually due to rabies. TNR Trust wants to fight this 100% preventable disease by vaccinations of dogs and cats. Find out the facts, symptoms and treatment in this blog post
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!
Zoey, Cole, April, Jimmy and Patch came to TNR together. Their mother Blackie was owned by a low-income family and had not been spayed. The owner called TNR Trust and together we looked for a long-term solution.
In this blog post is a very educational article by Dr Muchubi regarding rabies, a viral disease that is central to the workings of TNR Trust.
CREDITS FOR THIS STORY: K 24 TV (2013), Kirigo, Dagoretti (Kenya) 7-year-old Mbugua and his 6-year-old sister Wanjiku have been living with their grandmother after their biological alcoholic mother abandoned them. Their grandmother is however often away from home and has to tend to a total of 5 children left in her care. Oscar the dog,… Continue reading An Unusual Foster Mother
When TNR Trust got contacted by a member of the All Saints Cathedral Church Choir (Nairobi) regarding an injured cat, we went out to investigate...
How was Millie, who came in as a street critter, able to win the current and future fights with rabies? Find out in this blog post!
Nairobi is full of stray animals, just like many other cities and towns in the world. People avoid and ignore most of these strays as they are so desensitized and used to having these animals roaming around, looking for scraps to eat or a place to sleep. Strays are considered to be dangerous and this… Continue reading Stray Animals: Safety and Respect