Come and Visit Us at the EAKC Dog Show! Today and tomorrow from 8am util 6pm
Adopt a Shelter Pet Day was created as a way to raise awareness for thousands of pets that are waiting for (and needing) adoption from the shelters. Celebrate this day with us by sharing pictures of your adopted pet!
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
When you wait ages for a bus, then suddenly three arrive. This is exactly what TNR Trust has been experiencing, except a whole matatu fleet of cats and dogs seemed to have arrived at our doorstep at the same time! But how can you help? Find out in this blog post
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
Have you adopted a TNR Dog? We would love to hear from you! Send us a few pictures and/or a story to our volunteer Angela: ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) and we will make sure you will get featured!
'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
A lot has been happening behind the scenes here at TNR TRUST! Our mobile clinic is nearly finished More volunteers are coming into our ranks A proper organization structure is being set up And this does not even include the daily tasks of all our trustees and volunteers, eg networking, meetings, making posters, training and… Continue reading Moving onwards and upwards!
Korneel, one of the dogs that was homed thanks to TNR Trust, had her story published on a Danish website! "Dyrerenes beskyttelse" is the biggest animal organization in Denmark and the article was printed in their Kids Club education magazine. LINK: Jeg var en slumhund i kibera (I was a slum dog in Kibera) Korneel's Story… Continue reading TNR Trust story in Denmark