Lost and Found (Linked to IrishAnimals.ie)

Free and self-serve. Includes a ‘what to do’ checklist. Public, vets and welfare groups reference this site to help reunite people with pets. Advertise your Pet you have lost of had found on this site. This site has links to irishanimals.ie who are an excellent resource for animal welfare in Ireland. Website: lostandfound.ie

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Munster Lost and Found Pet Help Line

Munster lost and found pets. Report lost and found dogs cats and other pets. Also reserve pets whose owners have not being found – information and advice. There is no fee for this service. Website: www.munsterlostandfound.com

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Cat & Dog Protection Association of Ireland (CDPA)

Our principal work is for the welfare of cats, both feral and domestic. Our work with feral cats involves trapping and neutering healthy adults, thus preventing more kittens being born, and, where feasible, returning them to their colony. Since we do not have our own shelter, the unwanted or stray domestic cats and kittens are […]

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Roscrea SPCA

A voluntary animal welfare group that has been providing a subsidised neutering scheme in their area since 1996. Website: roscreaspca.ie

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Clare Animal Welfare

A small, voluntary animal welfare group whose TNR programme was unable to continue due to lack of funds (including lack of financial support from their local council who repeatedly called them for help with the abandoned domestic problem!). They will help communities with feral colonies but need contributions. They will also loan out traps for […]

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SpayAware

Every year since it was launched in 2002 as part of a grass roots effort by animal welfare groups and individuals across Ireland, SpayAware has been highlighting the importance of spaying and neutering to address the pet overpopulation crisis. SpayAware appeals for action to end the plight of the our unwanted animals by promoting the […]

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Cats Aid Dublin

Cats Aid Dublin are a cat welfare organisation with many prongs, one of which involves monitoring feral colonies and trapping, neutering/spaying and returning (TNR) cats to sustainable colonies. They would love to have more volunteers in all parts of Dublin and surrounding counties to help them with this vital work. Website: catsaid.org

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Community Cats Network (CCN)

Community Cats Network is a charitable organisation promoting the welfare of community cats and the benefits of TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return).  It was formed in April 2012 by a group of cat lovers dedicated to improving the conditions of life of feral and stray cats. Website: communitycatsnetwork.wordpress.com

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Irish Blue Cross

The Irish Blue Cross runs a successful all year round low cost neutering scheme (Dublin only) in co-operation with private veterinary practices for pets of needy owners. Hundreds of pets go through our scheme annually at just one-third of the normal cost. The popular welfare scheme greatly reduces the level of unwanted litters of kittens […]

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Dog’s Trust Neutering Scheme

The Dogs Trust is an international charity currently piloting a Subsidised Neutering Scheme in Co. Cork, with the view to rolling it out to the rest of Ireland. The scheme entitles people who are presently receiving social welfare payments or pensions to have their dog neutered for a maximum cost of 20 euro by any […]

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RAWR (Rural Animal Welfare Resources)

Rural Animal Welfare Resources (RAWR) is a grassroots animal welfare organisation run entirely by volunteers. Their mission is to reduce companion animal births and increase human responsibility. They focus on three main areas: Trap Neuter Return (TNR) in West Cork. Neutering of companion animals. Empowering you with animal welfare information, support & resources. Website: rawr.ie

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Cork Cat Action Trust (Cork CAT)

Cork CAT is dedicated to the health, well-being and welfare of cats feral and domestic, stray, and abandoned. CAT Cork is a small group of dedicated volunteers. Our main objective is to reduce the suffering of and prevent unwanted breeding of feral cats by a programme of Trap Neuter Return (TNR). Website: catactiontrust.com

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