Volunteering as a TNR foster family is a great alternative for many expat families who love dogs (or cats) but whose circumstances are not entirely stable enough to adopt one. So what is a "Failed Foster"? Find out in this blog post
What more could we have asked for!? Cantana Tequila was completely sold out. 60 people had rsvp'd and withstood the rains to raise funds and tequila glasses for TNR Trust at Fonda NBO, the Mexican restaurant in Rosslyn Riviera Mall. It all started when Edie found a dog in a snare. With the help of… Continue reading Tequila, Tacos and Terrific Company
Are you an expat? Are you thinking of getting a pet? Ensure you read our flyer first!!
THE RISK OF RABIES Some 2000 people die of rabies very year. It is mainly caused through bites from dogs that carry the disease. The number of animals who die from this disease are unknown. Once contracted, it is rare to survive. Yet it is an entirely avoidable disease, as vaccinated animals will be immune to it. We are… Continue reading TNR INFO: About Us
Yes, yes, yes! TNR Trust was in the NEWS! VIDEO: Click on: TNR Trust fights to end rabies by 2030 In October 2017, Carla Viezee (a trustee from TNR Trust) gave an interview to The Star explaining what the intentions and goals are from TNR Trust regarding eradicating rabies in Kenya. WHAT IS RABIES? Rabies is… Continue reading TNR Trust in the news!
TNR Trust made some new photographs of the dogs that are currently in foster homes and are still up for adoption. Tomorrow you will find full information and details of our adoptable furbabies on our website. WATCH THIS SPACE!
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
In March 2017, TNR Trust received word of an emaciated dog with 6 puppies. We only drove 30 minutes from upmarket Runda to the place, but it was a whole different world at Mwimuto, full of little farms, dirt roads, 1 cow per compound and struggling people. We were welcomed and thanks to a local… Continue reading Out on Call in Mwimuto (Nairobi)
2017 is about to close its doors 2018 makes itself known. Thank you to all TNR volunteers For the love and energy you have shown! TNR Trust Nairobi wished to thank all of its volunteers for everything they have done. Together, we stand strong. Together, we can make a difference 2018 will be an exciting… Continue reading Thank You All, TNR Volunteers!
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