TNR Trust

Category: What We Do


End of Year Rabies Vaccination Campaign

Together with KESCAVA and the County Veterinary, we organized a Rabies Vaccination Campaign which was held at Getrudes Baptist located at Githogoro village in Westlands North

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Meet Erick!

Erick is hugely excited about the official launch of TNR Mobile Clinic

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WORLD RABIES DAY: Educating the future of this country

Going with the theme for this year’s World Rabies Day that is “Share the Message, Save a Life.” on 21st September, 2018, TNR Trust in collaboration with Friends of Karura held a half day Kids Event at Karura Forest.

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RABIES: How do I prevent it?

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 how you can prevent Rabies with only a few simple tips

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Rabies Prevention: what to do in case of a dog bite?

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 you should do if a rabid or unknown animal has bitten you

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TNR Volunteer: KARANJA

We are so lucky to have dedicated volunteers who help socializing and healing our fosters. We asked several of them what motivates them.

Karanja, a university graduate, is up first:

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Sasha: Before, during and now! A brave and gentle lady up for adoption

Sasha was found right at the doorstep of Death’s Door. TNR Trust and her foster family pulled her through and she is now up for adoption.

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Volunteering with TNR Trust: Kennel-hands

Kennel Hand Volunteers are essential for TNR Trust to provide a safe and secure home for our dogs at our kennels. As a volunteer, you will make a huge difference to the lives of the dogs that come into TNR Trust.

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Trap, Neuter and Release: What we do

Nyeupe was hanging around a guard house in Nairobi. One of our volunteers noticed that she was walking around with a pretty nasty wound as she was apparently hit by a car.

Nyeupe is a great example on how our TNR “machine” works

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The Essence of TNR Trust: It all starts with TRAP

In order to vaccinate and sterilize, we firstly need to catch the animal. Below you can see a video of one of our TNR Volunteers trapping a cat. When left unchecked, cats can multiply exponentially!

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