Remember the story on the dog that had been tied up to a tree for days without food or water? TNR Trust stepped in and appealed to the public for funds as we had no money left for rescues. So were we able to save this dog?
TNR has no funds left for trap, neuter & release work, vaccinations or rescues. We don't get government funds and we are 100% volunteer-based. Each of you have the power to help this girl and any future dogs/cats we need to rehome
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!
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
The cat of an lovely lady in Kwangware gave birth to 3 kittens. But she could not afford to feed all of them. Find out in this blog post how TNR Trust helped and how we managed to avoid future issues for this cat owner.
When TNR Trust got contacted by a member of the All Saints Cathedral Church Choir (Nairobi) regarding an injured cat, we went out to investigate...
Timmy and her 4 puppies were spotted by a member of the public at a construction site, being fed with donated food. TNR Trust decided to intervene..
One day, Fiona Odhiambo was on her way to work. She spotted an injured dog on the side of the road. Fiona posted a call for help on the Facebook group "Dog Lovers Nairobi.", and the public jumped into action. But what happened next?
Blackie, Lucy's dog, turned out to be pregnant. So Lucy called in the help of TNR Trust as she was financially not able to feed all the puppies. How did TNR Trust help? Click on this story to find out.
Katie was near death when TNR Volunteers found her. So how is she doing now?