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.
Chebet came to us through KSPCA. She was known to the KSPCA Staff as "Kadogo" (little one). She was in a large kennel with lots of other dogs and was pushed to the back by the other bigger dogs. But she called to us with a very cute "Rrrrruuuuw" (howl/bark) she produced. She quickly bonded… Continue reading Another wonderful “FAILED FOSTERS”
Did you ever wonder where your donations go towards? Or what our volunteers actually do? Have a read on the process of rescuing and rehoming Timmy and her 4 puppers.
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
Finn recently arrived at TNR Trust. He came in frightened, unsocialised and weary of everything and everyone. Finn joined one of the TNR Foster Families, where they already had a few dogs of their own. Introducing dogs to dogs happens very differently to dogs to humans. Below is a video of calming signals displayed when we introduced Finn to… Continue reading CALMING SIGNALS – The Art of Survival
We are URGENTLY looking for Foster Families for some cats we have taken into care. Read about the TNR Fostering Program for cats in this blog and how to become a foster family.
What you see is what you get if you adopt one of these happy girls! Take a minute of your time to watch this video and read about these Gorgeous Ladies
Chebet recently moved to a foster home. Why? Find out in this blog post!
TNR Trust Nairobi relies mainly on bequests and donations from the public. We rely on public support in order to continue to do the work we do. Blitzen's transformation can show you why every donation counts
Fostering, Volunteering and Socializing