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!

Toxic

*** REHOMED *** Toxic (a very inappropriately named lil fluff of a kitten) was left in a cat carrier, with her family, outside the vets office a few weeks ago. Taken in by RAWR, I’m fostering her for a wee while till she finds her forever home.

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Forever Home Found

Zingaro found his forever home, alongside wee Toxic, with a lovely woman, Mary, from Dublin. She’s two dogs for them to play with and they’re really excited about the move.

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A Fortnight Later

It’s a fortnight since Zingaro turned up in my kitchen – and he’s not showing a sign of illness after the FIE incubation period – so he’s not caught it – yay!!!!! So he’s looking for his forever home 😉

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Zingaro

Dumping Kills Dumping kills. And it’s illegal. Whoever just dumped this wee kitten in my back garden – congratulations! Chances are it’ll catch FIE (Feline Infectious Enteritis) and die. I’ve the virus in the house and wee things like this are particularly susceptible. Half the time when you dump a kitten it’ll die anyway – […]

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Gerry

Gerry came to me back in February this year from KLAWS Kerry, looking for his forever home. A month later my Joe died and I decided to have Gerry stay with me, rather than rehome him. A ‘guilty pleasure’ puss, as we say (usually I only keep unhomable felines, but I couldn’t resist Gerry). He’d […]

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The Beaches

These guys were rescued from a hoarder in the UK. I’m afraid they can’t speak Irish 🙁 But they communicate beautifully and are the softest most beautimous young adults you could ask for, with very unusual caramel colouring.

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