We are excited to be back on the road again and this time we are heading to Nanyuki for our next rabies vaccination & sterilization campaign. We still encourage all who can afford to pay to go to their local private or county vet. If instead you make use of our free service, you may… Continue reading NANYUKI CAMPAIGN 17-19 SEPTMBER
We are excited to be having our next campaign in just 2 weeks !!! 1. Campaigns are aimed at VERY LOW INCOME communities who cannot afford to pay for the services. 2. It is for people RESIDING IN THIS AREA. Preference is given to people within the perimeters. 3. We encourage all who can afford… Continue reading LOWER KABETE CAMPAIGN- 26 and 27 JUNE 2021
Our current logo has served us really well. It was created at the very beginning of our existence. As our Trust developed in what it is today, it was felt that a new logo could show our core values and purpose more clearly: Community health through animal welfare. The Gold & Blue logo is modern with the circle of… Continue reading May we present…..our new logo !
We’ve been chasing our tails since the official and successful launch of our brand-new mobile clinic last weekend when children of all ages brought their puppies, kittens, adult cats and dogs to Garissa Primary School in Thika, to be vaccinated against rabies, dewormed and to be treated against fleas. They were also offered the opportunity… Continue reading Mobile Clinic is officially launched!
- 3.5 months old
- Very lively dog
- She will always remain a small dog, never bigger than 8kg
- Well-socialized and happy
- Friendly to dogs and humans
- Easy fit for an apartment
Patch is local Kenyan dog in beautiful Dalmatian disguise. After being rescued with his siblings, he eventually got adopted and was renamed as "Pacino". But it certainly wasn't a spontaneous decision for Barbara and Mandhi. Barbara came to look at puppies but we couldn't tell her how big they would grow. Being in an apartment… Continue reading Apartment Living with a Dog
TNR Trust was asked by the ISK to bring in some dogs. The ISK Seniors were having an event before they start their exams and so it was the right place and the right time to give them access to some therapeutic dog cuddles and licks.
This week's Fostering Award goes to... TIGA! Tiga is a Canadian rescue dog owned by one of our volunteers. She might be a bit of an old lady already, yet she still enjoys it when her owner fosters a bunch of pups. If you are interested in fostering, check out Become a Foster Parent
All puppies grow up, and some of them chose the adventurous way and start climbing out of their pens. That is when our fosters and volunteers take action. 2 of our volunteers threw their resources together: Carla provided the chicken mesh wire and Hanne (who called herself Bob the Builder) brought her 2 hands and… Continue reading Bob/Hanne the Builder brings an early Christmas Present