Zoey, Cole, April, Jimmy and Patch came to TNR together. Their mother Blackie was owned by a low-income family and had not been spayed. The owner called TNR Trust and together we looked for a long-term solution.
We would like to take you back to the past and explain how TNR Trust came about. Some of you might have seen this story published in the Spring Valley Association Newsletter, as it all began in Spring Valley, Nairobi, 3 years ago
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.
As part of the adoption contract, Bailey's new owners have agreed to spay her once she is old enough. Spaying/Neutering is necessary in TNR's aim to reduce the cat/dog population, but it has many other benefits...
Little Mia is a playful little girl! She was rescued from Eastleigh and, after a full vet check-up, we found her great foster care, which she needed! She was so tiny and had a rough start in life. She had a skin infection as well which needed to be treated and closely monitored. She loved… Continue reading A Spayed Mia is a Happy Mia
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.
Mara knew hardship when she came into this world. But when TNR Trust got involved, things started to look up. We convinced the owner of Mara's mum to spay the mum to avoid further litters. Mara's owners also agreed to spay her when she would be of age. Why do we insist on this? Find out in this blog post...
Why spay & neuter? Simply because there are too many animals! Nairobi has an enormous pet overpopulation problem – next to all the stray dogs and cats the KSPCA and TNR Trust handle there are also a vast number of companion animals that are no longer wanted. For more information, please see our flyer on… Continue reading TNR INFO: