Irish Animals

Over 300,000 kittens are born in Ireland every year. Of those 180,000 kittens die before they are 4 months old.

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Trap Neuter Return

Trap Neuter Return is becoming recognised as an efficient and cost-effective tool for controlling and reducing feral cat populations.

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Neutering

Neutering your cats and dogs is one of the most important things you can do for your companion animals.

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Animal Advocacy is one not-for-profit person, nested in an inspiring network of charitable, government, public & networking organisations, volunteers and individuals.

We’re all part of that network!

I’m primarily involved in Trap Neuter Return (TNR) - maintaining and promoting Ireland's TNR Manual - How to Help Community Cats - and providing workshops and information evenings on all aspects of Best Practice TNR and Working Together. It's all about getting the information and skills out there - and, ultimately, solving Ireland feline overpopulation problem! At the same time, I do seem to end up doing a bit of animal transportation, fostering and rehoming in the process. And networking, fundraising and information provision. There’s always something!

Sponsor A Companion

Sponsoring a companion is a fabulous gift to give any animal lover – including yourself! Our sponsor companions are permanent residents or long-term fosterees. Currently our felines looking for sponsorship are: Rodney Curly Wobbly Moe Read on to find out more about these special felines – and how to contribute towards their care and happinesses.

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Cashew & Almond

*** RESERVED *** Cashew and Almond were both found abandoned around the same time, trying and failing to fend for themselves. Almond, a playful and affectionate tabby & white boy, was found wandering in Coomhola. Cashew, a doralicious wee ginger girl, was found in the middle of nowhere, either dumped or fallen out a car […]

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BFF!!!

*** REHOMED *** Meillieur and Ami are two more unintentional tourists from RAWR. Currently fostered by Nadia in Bantry, Co Cork, this super-friendly pair are looking for their forever home together – and are prepared to pack their tiny suitcases and travel to find the perfect home!

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Remember Me Thursday – 24th Sept

Remember the fabulous initiative Remember Me Thursday? Started by the Helen Woodward Animal Centre in America, it’s an adoption drive with a difference – and with international relevance. Your participation is key to promoting companion animal adoption from shelters and rescues – and saving lives! What does it involve? – lighting a candle on Remember Me Thursday, September 24, […]

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Adopt Warmths!

*** RESERVED *** Flare & Raze are getting their booster vaccinations today and are ready to find their forever homes. I picked them up from their fosterer, Kate, yesterday and took the opportunity of the beautimous sunny day to take a few pics of her spectacular gardens – and cats! Flame was most obliging posing […]

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Tiny Tot Needing Mothering

*** Foster sorted – still looking for a home!!! *** [Update: Big thanks to Sara of SNIP for taking this wee baby in!!!] Christina picked up this tiny wee kitten in Mallow recently. We think might be a wee girl, but not 100% sure. Her eyes are blue so she must be under six weeks, maybe as […]

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RAWR Job Seekers

RAWR have a variety of hard-working, enthusiastic barn cats, currently seeking reliable employment. Skilled in mousing, lurking in the shadows and with no interest in indoor living, these felines are raring to go and waiting for your call. Also fly control experts; not afraid of spiders. They are neutered and fully vaccinated. All they require […]

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Flare & Raze on Vacation

*** RESERVED *** You might remember Flare & Raze’s story from last week – a lovely brother & sister pair looking for their forever home. Well, I had the pleasure of getting to know this pair better yesterday, when I took them for a wee holiday with their new foster Kate. They’re going to stay […]

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Friar Tuck

*** REHOMED *** Lil update on the black fella in with the MnMs – he’s called Tuck, and wait till I tell you why … poor soul had a large abscess on his forehead when he was taken in. He was stray and no-one had helped him and what could have been easily treated had become […]

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