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!

Rainbow Bridge Rescue

Unlike most days at Rainbow Bridge, this day dawned cold and gray, damp as a swamp and as dismal as could be imagined. All of the recent arrivals had no idea what to think, as they had never experienced a day like this before. But the animals who had been waiting for their beloved people […]

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The Rainbow Bridge

Just this side of heaven is a place called the Rainbow Bridge. When an animal that has been especially close to someone here on earth passes away, that pet goes to the Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends where they can romp and play together. There is plenty […]

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The Beacon Boys

Three boys, rescued from Beaconhill, Bantry, Co Cork, had horrendous eye infections when they first arrived. Read more to see how beautifully they turned out! by Jenni These three boys came from near a housing estate in Beacon Hill, Bantry, Co Cork. They and their mother had taken up residence in a garden of a […]

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Bray & Barley

*** Bray Rehomed *** I’m afraid these pictures are a bit dull – I really need to get a new camera!!! But the kittens depicted are far from dull – check em out! Bray and his auntie Barley were rescued from a hoarder in the UK, along with other members of their family. I’m afraid […]

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David Bagglioni

Meet Dave, our new arrival. He’s a little bit worried he’ll have difficulty finding a forever home because he’s black and he’s FIV positive. I’m trying to reassure him that he’s so adorable neither should be a problem. Firstly, Black Is Beautimous! And he IS a most beautimous cat. And, secondly, he’s a very healthy […]

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A Rescuer’s Creed

by Susan M Pearson I shall be a believer of all that is good in man and of all that is deserving in animals. I shall plead for their lives, campaign for their safety and uphold their right to a natural death. I shall seek out the injured and the maimed, the unloved, and the […]

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