What We Do

“Community Health through Animal Welfare’’ is our motto. Our Mission is to enhance community health through manageable healthy pet population by means of neutering and rabies campaigns, community education and enforced legal frameworks.

Isn't she lovely?!

Mobile Clinic

The arrival of the long-awaited TNR Trust Mobile Clinic is imminent. We will be ready to tow out in a few weeks! In collaboration with qualified vets, veterinary students and the county, we aim to educate communities on the personal benefits…

Make a Donation

OUR COMMUNITY – YOUR BUSINESS? Would you agree that all of us have a right to live in a safe, clean and healthy environment? Rabies vaccines cost very little (60 Ksh!) and have a big impact. Your contribution will make that difference as…

News

Kenyan Shepherds also make good guard dogs! (Note: the dog in this pictures has already been adopted)

NEWS: Guard Dog and Best Friend?

Many people consider keeping a dog a good security measure, yet few home owners understand that dogs, particularly guard dogs, need training to enable them to behave appropriately. Many dog owners neglect to provide proper shelter for the animals and…

A TNR Volunteer managed to lure Kira with some nice treats

Out on Call in Runda (Nairobi, Kenya)

At the end of November 2017, 1 of our volunteers got a phone call from a friend. This friend had seen a dog on her way to drop her kids off at school. She noticed it didn’t move much so…

Has anyone seen Lucy?

REWARD IF FOUND! Lucy came from near a food shop in Ridgeways and had been just dropped off at here new home when she escaped from the compound. The compound was on Lower Kabete Road (Nairobi), near Ngecha junction. The…