Are you looking for an animal companion to take over your life? We might have someone to suit you.
Although Animal Advocacy is not a rescuing organisation, we inevitably have a number of animals in our care as a result of our work. We have no rescue centre. Instead we have a team of volunteers who generously donate food, time and accommodation to the animals they foster. Veterinary bills are another story.
Our adoption fees, €50 a feline, include a variety of services – age-appropriate vaccinations, FIV/FeLV tests, spaying/neutering and deworming to name a few – the total value of which can exceed €350.
If you find our fees offputting please consider the fact that the weekly cost of caring for a feline animal companion can be €18 – if you can’t afford our fees, do consider whether you can afford a companion.
You may remember the wee kitten who lived in a tree, Jane, and her brother, Tarzan. They’ve grown up a wee bit and are just about ready to look for their forever homes. They had never been handled by humans when they arrived, and remained distant for a good while. Their mum, Amber, joined them […] Continue reading
A wee reminder about lil Erin, who is still looking for her forever home. Scroll through the whole album to find out more about her. PM us here to find out more, or call 085 219 6229. Erin is a 10-week-old tiny, bouncetastic tuxedo furbaby from Bere Island. She was found on her own at […] Continue reading
BB, Brigit, Manuka, Fluffy and Spring are looking for their forever homes. You might remember this family’s story – left uncared-for when their guardian died, unable to look after themselves properly without the care they were used to, luckily found and taken in. Now they’re thriving and very bored with foster care – really looking […] Continue reading
UPDATE Swayze is at West Cork Animal Welfare Group and still looking for his forever home. Contact the rescue on 086 8500 131 if you’d like to know more! Original Post Swayze is looking for a lifelong dance partner! He’s a very fit and well wee boy of 2 or 3 years with a lovely […] Continue reading
UPDATE Note we’ve a more up-to-date album here with everyone included, and those rehomed/reserved marked accordingly. Thx! Original Post A most beautimous colony of around fifteen pet (not feral) cats was recently abandoned when their guardian died. Jacquie and Kate have done a sterling job of gathering the wee ones together and getting them to safety. RAWR (Rural Animal Welfare Resources) funded […] Continue reading
Just looking at old email queries. Got a great reply for this one: Query: “We have 2 adult cats ferrel with 3 kittens in our bank yard and we are afraid to leave our grandchildren out in the yard can you tell us how to get rid of them any ideas are welcome” Reply: The […] Continue reading
Jet and Sandy are looking for their forever homes at KCADR this spring. If you’re interested in Jet or Sandy, or any of KCADR’s rescues, call 087 394 1441 or contact them through their Facebook pages. They’re currently located near Kenmare, Co Kerry, but are prepared to travel for a lovely home. Continue reading
*** RESERVED *** You might remember Peter from a few weeks ago, found lost and drenched by Bantry Boys Club. He’s been staying with Tim to recover from his experiences and is now ready to look for his forever home. He’s looking forward to a lifelong, committed partnership – would you accept his proposal? No […] Continue reading
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 […] Continue reading
I originally posted the MnMs’ story on Facebook, as I was in the process of updating the site and couldn’t post here. Three kittens had been dumped at Melanie’s remote house, very underweight – but super friendly. I’d gone up to get them, and Jennifer had taken them in. Within days, three more kittens turned […] Continue reading
Happy Halloween from two felines looking for their forever homes – ginger and white is the new black! Or maybe calico is … Rodney’s a gentle ginger and white four-year-old boy with FIV who’d love to find someone to snuggle up to. He does a great impression of a pumpkin and would never play any […] Continue reading
Have you heard about 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 […] Continue reading
We’ve done a couple of homechecks recently for A Dog’s Life and West Cork Animal Welfare Group – one for a dog and one for a puss. And, of course, I’ve done homechecks all through the years for myself and the other organisations I volunteer for. I often get asked why we homecheck and thought […] Continue reading
Help Urgently Required! Please help! After two long years of being on a waiting list for an exotic rare breed dog, we were finally notified by the breeder that at long last, our number has come up, and … WE’RE HAVING A PUPPY! We must IMMEDIATELY get rid of our children now, because we just […] Continue reading