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!
We appreciate that the name of TNR Trust is becoming more known to the public thanks to word-of-mouth, but we would like to give you all a reminder of what we do and how we are able to do it
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
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
'COMMUNITY HEALTH - OUTREACH WHEN WE FOUND TUKTUK In Ruaka town, a volunteer noticed a badly emaciated dog with a seemingly severed back leg. It turned out the poor girl was born with a very underdeveloped back leg. The owner was located, and it turned out the dog was called TukTuk (due to having only… Continue reading Community Health Outreach: Tuktuk, the 3-legged dog
TNR AND COMMUNITY We believe that our community consists of not only people but also flora and fauna, and that all are dependent on each other. We have chosen to address the dog and cat population explosion, which brings suffering and disease to both animals and people. By creating a healthy, small population of such animals,… Continue reading TNR INFO: About Us
A good Samaritan called Kevin contacted us at the end of March 2017. Every day he goes for his morning walk around his neighbourhood in Mwimuto (Nairobi, Kenya) and since this is a more rural part of Nairobi, he meets a lot of free-roaming dogs on his way. He told us he is even known there… Continue reading Shosho and Simba’s Story