TNR Trust is a registered trust in Kenya. It was set up with the aim to improve community health by addressing overpopulation of cats and dogs, the risk of contracting rabies, and education on animal welfare to mitigate these. It runs entirely with the help of volunteers and concerned vets and is dependent on donations.
We believe that our community consists of not only people, but also flora and fauna, and that all these life forms are dependent on each other. We have chosen to address the dog and cat population explosion, which brings suffering and disease to both animals and people. By creating a health, small population of these animals, community health can improve dramatically.