Feisty Bella is looking for a forever home!

Some boys chucked Bella in a wood pile after their attempts to sell her failed.
Luckily it was next to our office and a good Samaritan asked for help in removing her.
He also made a large donation towards her vet bills.
Born end of September she is a feisty girl who is very clever. She loves the big cats so she jumps on them and gets told off mildly. She is looking forward to Christmas in a great home. She is almost entirely house trained and bravely walks on a leash with the pack.

Please email us if you are interested in adopting Bella!ny one of our fantastic furry friends!

For detailed information on the adoptable dogs and cats, and TNR’s Terms and Conditions, got to: 

Dogs for Adoption

Cats for Adoption

 

 

 

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TNR Volunteer: KARANJA

We are so lucky to have dedicated volunteers who help socializing and healing our fosters. We asked several of them what motivates them.

Karanja, a university graduate, is up first:

Why do you volunteer with foster dogs?

Karanja: “I have always loved dogs. As I was inbetween jobs I didn’t want to be idle and giving my time to the fosters seemed a worthwhile pastime.” 

What do you “take home” from volunteering?

Karanja: “Patience. I used to give up easily if something didn’t work immediately. Malaika  (the white dog) who was very scared after a bad accident and amputation took 3 months before we could put a collar on. Sitting beside her and slowly gaining her trust taught this patience. It makes a difference in my interaction with people now too.”

What difference does your volunteering make to the dogs?

Karanja: “Wow! Where do I start, I can answer this question by using Malaika, one of my favorites.  When I came in the first day there was a sign on Malaika’s kennel which said: “she bites, don’t touch, no eye contact”. After learning how to get her socialised, it became clear that she has a beautiful personality. I mean, she has come from far: from not touching her to touching her nose only, to legs to petting her all over. I feel proud to have played a part in this major achievement. 

My volunteering I believe, makes a big difference to the dogs, because I’ve seen most of them make huge strides to being happy and adoptable. The training and well programmed instructions we follow has also been one of the other contributing factors to the success.

And what difference does your volunteering make to you?

As I learn and understand much about their behaviours, I get to understand myself even better and this makes me a better volunteer to the doggies every day.

How do you become a TNR Trust Volunteer?

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, there are multiple areas at TNR Trust where we depend on the help of volunteers, which you can find HERE. Become a volunteer and make a difference! 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO ADOPT ME?

WE STILL NEED A HOME!

We have some beautiful rescues who need loving homes.

Please email admin@tnrtrust.org if you are interested in adopting any one of our fantastic furry friends!

For detailed information on the adoptable dogs and cats, and TNR’s Terms and Conditions, got to: 

Dogs for Adoption

Cats for Adoption

 

Sasha: Before, during and now! A brave and gentle lady up for adoption

Sasha had been tied up with a very short leash to a tree. She had been left for days without food or water and her owner was not interested in her well-being. She was just an inch away from Death’s Door.

After a few weeks, Sasha went to a lovely foster family TNR Trust was able to find for her. We ensured she had access to a good shelter and environment so that she could get an immune system boost from being in the sun, sniffing around in the garden and doing some gently walks with a family that already had experience owning dogs. Sasha had to go through a lot of physical but also mental healing. 

 

The above shows the incredible road to recovery this strong but gentle lady had to walk. Malnourishment, ticks, fleas and neglect did not stop her from becoming a fantastic dog.

Below are some of the great character traits which make her a perfect candidate for being your new dog:

  • Born January 2017
  • Very calm and loves attention.
  • She is looking for a forever, loving and permanent home.
  • She would be much more confident and play more in a family that has a dog.
  • She is good with cats and approved for family with 8 Years & older children.

 

Interested? Please email admin@tnrtrust.org to adopt the wonderful Sasha!

REFERENCES:

TNR Trust Emergency: When we found Sasha

Sasha: back from the brink of death

WOULD YOU LIKE TO ADOPT ME?

WE STILL NEED A HOME!

We have some beautiful rescues who need loving homes.

Please email admin@tnrtrust.org if you are interested in adopting any one of our fantastic furry friends!

For detailed information on the adoptable dogs and cats, and TNR’s Terms and Conditions, got to: 

Dogs for Adoption

Cats for Adoption

 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO ADOPT ME?

WE STILL NEED A HOME!

We have some beautiful rescues who need loving homes.

Please email admin@tnrtrust.org if you are interested in adopting any one of our fantastic furry friends!

For detailed information on the dogs and TNR’s Terms and Conditions, got to: https://tnrtrust.org/dogs-for-adoption/

 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO ADOPT ME?

WE STILL NEED A HOME!

We have some beautiful rescues who need loving homes.

Please email admin@tnrtrust.org if you are interested in adopting any one of our fantastic furry friends!

For detailed information on the dogs and TNR’s Terms and Conditions, got to: https://tnrtrust.org/dogs-for-adoption/