Animal Welfare in Ireland

Click on an organisation name to see it’s details.

Lost & Found

Post your lost or found companion animal at these webpages. They also provide great resources to help you find your companion, or your stray’s guardian.

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

Lost and Found Pets

Whether you have lost or found a dog, cat, rabbit, rodent, fish, amphibian, reptile, bird or other pet, exotic or otherwise, this site’s mission remains simple. They aim to make reuniting lost pets with their owners in Ireland as quick and easy as possible.

Website: lostandfoundpets.ie

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.

 

Neutering & TNR

Note that while we are highlighting these organisations’ neutering and/or TNR projects here, most groups are involved in a wider variety of animal welfare projects.

Animal Advocacy

That would be me! Animal Advocacy is one not-for-profit person, nested in an inspiring network of charitable, government, public and networking organisations, volunteers and individuals. We’re all part of that network!

TNR and animal transport are our main focus, but we also do some fostering and rehoming. And networking! And information provision!!!

Website: www.animaladvocacy.ie

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

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 fostered until new homes can be found for them.

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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 TNR (not for euthanasia) for a fee.

Website: clareanimalwelfare.net (FB)

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

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

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 participating vet.

Website: www.dogstrust.ie/az/s/subsidisedneutering

Feral Cats Ireland

Feral Cats Ireland is not a group, shelter or rescue. It is a Facebook page dedicated to highlighting the plight of feral cats in Ireland and promoting trap/neuter/return (TNR) as a humane effective solution. Every cat is precious.

Also check out their Facebook page for regular information. It’s an absolutely excellent networking site for anyone involved in TNR or feral cat work generally.

Website: feralcatsireland.org

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 and puppies.

Website: bluecross.ie

Limerick Feral Cats

A small group of cat-loving volunteers, dedicated to improving the lives of feral cats in Limerick city and county. We do this primarily by neutering and returning the cats. We also provide food and shelter for feral cats that have no one to look out for them. On occasion we have tame cats and kittens for rehoming. We don’t receive any funding from the local authorities or other public sources. We fundraise ourselves to meet all our costs.

Website: www.limerickferalcats.com

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

Roscrea SPCA

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

Website: roscreaspca.ie

SpayAware

Spay AwareEvery 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 key message that it is time to kill the problems, not the pets.

Website: www.spayaware.ie

 

Legislation

ANVIL Ireland

ANVIL (Animals Need a Voice in Legislation) Ireland was a voluntary organisation dedicated to achieving proper protection for all animals, using the democratic process. They disappeared in January 2013. Gone but not forgotten.

Website: anvilireland.ie

Protection of Animals (Amendment) Act, 1965

Website: irishstatutebook.ie/1965/en/act/pub/0010/print.html

 

Responsible Ownership in Ireland

DIY Dog Grooming Help

Providing buckets of useful information to help dog owners rectify their errors and improve the lives of dogs through grooming.

Website: diydoggroominghelp.com

Irish Pet Crematoria

Irish Pet Crematoria offer a valuable service to pet owners who have just experienced the death of their pet. We partner with Veterinary Practices all around Ireland, so you can be certain our services are available near where you live. Dedicated to treating companion animals with dignity & respect.

Website: www.petcrematoriumireland.com

LM Training

Liz mainly deals with dogs but also works with cats, rabbits, and various household pets. Her aim is to help owners with their animals. She regards herself as a facilitator who shows people how to interact and communicate with their pets to achieve a balanced relationship.

Website: animalsolutions.ie

 

Breed Specific Orgs

Greyhounds

Greyhound Rescue Association Ireland (GRAI)

An association of animal rescue and rehoming organisations in Ireland. All member organisations are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of abused and abandoned greyhounds. We take in greyhounds from dog pounds, members of the public, veterinary surgeries and the police. We also help responsible trainers and owners re-home their greyhounds when they are no longer used for racing or breeding.

Website: grai.ie

Erin Hounds

Erin Hounds is based in the North of England and aims to help a few of the many abandoned and neglected sighthounds that fall on hard times in Ireland.

Website: www.erinhounds.co.uk

Greyhound Safe

A voice for compassion for Greyhounds, advocating an end to Greyhound racing. Raising global Greyhound issues, awareness and campaigns.

Website: www.greyhoundsafe.com

Kerry Greyhound Connection

Kerry Greyhound Connection exists to take in, rehabilitate and find homes for unwanted Irish racing greyhounds.

Website: kerrygreyhounds.ie

 

Restricted Breeds

Save the Staffies Ireland

Save the Staffies FBThis page is both for proud staffie owners and those eager to help rescue those in need of a loving home. Please browse through our post down to see all staffies waiting for a new loving family.

Website: www.facebook.com/savethestaffiesireland

Staffordshire Bull Terriers for adoption in ireland

Staffordshire Bull Terriers for adoption in irelandThe title says it all – Staffordshire Bull Terriers for adoption in ireland.

Website: www.facebook.com/pages/Staffordshire-Bull-Terriers-for-adoption-in-ireland/315708568520484

Unmuzzle Ireland

Unmuzzle Ireland“We the people call on the Minister for the Environment & Local Government, The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Members of the Houses of the Oireachtas and the Joint Sub-Committee on Public Petitions to repeal and replace current legislation, namely the Control of Dogs Act in the Republic of Ireland, with legislation better suited to protecting the public from dangerous dogs without compromising another individual dog’s welfare. This proposal is based on the principle of ‘deed not breed’ and we oppose breed specific legislation in line with scientific peer-reviewed research and statistics world-wide which indicate the failure of breed specific legislation. As such we seek to place greater responsibility on dog owners and remove the welfare implications affecting dogs deemed to be a certain type”

Website: www.unmuzzle.ie

 

National Organisations

Adopt A Pet

Adopt A Pet was established in 2013 to deal with the growing issue of many thousands of abandoned, lost and unfortunately stolen pets needing homes each year but no central portal in which to find them all. Our aim is to bring as many shelters as possible in Ireland together to advertise all their pets online with us. We will include dogs, cat, pigs, donkeys, chickens etc. If it is up for adoption it can be included!

Website: adoptapet.ie

All For Animals

A not profit organisation which is an umbrella fundraising project working with 12 regional animals welfare groups.

Website: allforanimals.ie

Allhorse.ie

Launched in May 2009 Allhorse.ie was established to advertise everything equine but more importantly we aim to raise vital funds for charities helping horses and donkeys in need, such as Dublin SPCA, Irish Horse Welfare Trust, Irish SPCA and The Donkey Sanctuary. The face of the Allhorse logo is that of a rescue horse and her plight became our incentive to highlight and fundraise for equine welfare. Don’t miss our regular prize draws for everyone who donates to any of the charities we support.

Website: allhorse.ie

Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN)

Ireland’s national animal rights group was formed by John Carmody in 2000. ARAN is a vegan based group working to end all forms of animal cruelty and to speak out for their rights.

Website: aran.ie

ANVIL Ireland

ANVIL (Animals Need a Voice in Legislation) Ireland was a voluntary organisation dedicated to achieving proper protection for all animals, using the democratic process. They disappeared in January 2013. Gone but not forgotten.

Website: anvilireland.ie

Compassion in World Farming – Ireland

Part of the international farm animal welfare organisation, Compassion in World Farming. They campaign and lobby for farm animals to be reared humanely, and for an end to the long distance transport of animals.

Website: ciwf.ie

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 participating vet.

Website: www.dogstrust.ie/az/s/subsidisedneutering

Feral Cats Ireland

Feral Cats Ireland is not a group, shelter or rescue. It is a Facebook page dedicated to highlighting the plight of feral cats in Ireland and promoting trap/neuter/return (TNR) as a humane effective solution. Every cat is precious.

Also check out their Facebook page for regular information. It’s an absolutely excellent networking site for anyone involved in TNR or feral cat work generally.

Website: feralcatsireland.org

Irish Animals On The Web

Since 1996 Irish Animals have helped all Irish welfare groups work together. Features an extensive homes needed. Lists dog and horse pounds, welfare groups, and other animal-related services.

To be honest, there’s really no point in me doing a comprehensive links page when this website’s in existence. It seems to have everything you’d need to know about Irish Animals, and then some. Here’s how Denise, it’s creator, introduces it:

This Web site is run by one person, myself, denise cox, and it is not affiliated with any group, organisation or individual in Ireland. I started it as the ‘Animal Welfare Resource of Ireland’ in 1996. It remains my passionate aim to create a useful online resource – for all welfare groups, individuals and pet owners across Ireland, regardlesss of region, county or border.

Website: irishanimals.ie

Irish Council Against Blood Sports (ICABS)

Excellent group campaigning for legislation to ban blood sports in Ireland. Lots of information on their site including a listing of TD names by constituency along with their email addresses.

Website: banbloodsports.com

Irish Horse Welfare Trust (IHWT)

The Irish Horse Welfare Trust was established in 1999 and gained charitable status in 2002. IHWT is involved in the following work:

  • Rescue, Rehabilitation & Re-homing of horses and ponies.
  • Racehorse Re-training for Re-homing Programme.
  • Campaigning on issues affecting Equines.
  • Promoting Equine Welfare Awareness and Education

IHWT operates from it’s a 68 acre farm in Woodenbridge, Co Wicklow.

Website: ihwt.ie

Irish Society for the Provention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA)

For nearly sixty years the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) has worked locally and nationally rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals. The ISPCA has continued to develop its facilities and staff functions in order to fulfil its core function, the rescue, rehabilitation and responsible rehoming of cruelly treated and neglected animals. To report cruelty to animals call their National Cruelty Helpline on 1890 515 515.

Website: ispca.ie

Irish Wildlife Matters (IWM)

Created to address the lack of easily accessible information on Irish wildlife rescue and first aid, IWM is intended as a reference tool, not a comprehensive guide, to wildlife rehabilitation. Anyone undertaking wildlife rehabilitation must seek professional guidance as soon as possible.

Website: irishwildlifematters.ie

Monkey Sanctuary Ireland

In a tranquil, woodland nature reserve created by Willie Heffernan you could be forgiven for wondering what continent you are on – especially when catching a glimpse of the more exotic residents – seventeen Capuchin monkeys who are natives of the South American rainforest and a Sooty Mangabey, a native of equatorial West Africa.

These monkeys owe their lives to what is Ireland’s first and only sanctuary for unwanted primates. The best part about this unique project is how the lives of these monkeys have been totally transformed: monkeys that had spent their entire lives in cages are now are free to live on idyllic islands in a spring-fed lake at the Sanctuary, where they spend their days climbing and swinging on trees.

Website: monkeysanctuary.com

National Exotic Animal Sanctuary

NEAS is providing a solution for the growing number of unwanted and neglected exotic animals needing permanent expert care and specialised accommodation. They’re also caring for injured native birds, mammals (bats, foxes, deer) and amphibians at our Wildlife Hospital. AND they’re rescuing horses that have been abandoned, mistreated or their owners can no longer afford to keep them.

Website: neas.ie

Rescue Animals Ireland

From their volunteer work with a few rescues around the country Rescue Animals Ireland have seen the hard work that goes into helping the animals abandoned daily in Ireland. They decided to create this website to make it easier for people to find out information about animal rescues and pounds in their areas. Hopefully it will make it easier for people to adopt from them.

Website: www.rescueanimalsireland.ie

SpayAware

Spay AwareEvery 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 key message that it is time to kill the problems, not the pets.

Website: www.spayaware.ie

 

Co Cork

Animal Advocacy

That would be me! Animal Advocacy is one not-for-profit person, nested in an inspiring network of charitable, government, public and networking organisations, volunteers and individuals. We’re all part of that network!

TNR and animal transport are our main focus, but we also do some fostering and rehoming. And networking! And information provision!!!

Website: www.animaladvocacy.ie

Animal Rescue Cobh (ARC)

ARCARC was founded in January 2012 when a group of animal lovers in Cobh realised the need for an animal welfare/rescue group in the town. There are so many people in Cobh who love animals and want to help them but do not know how to channel their energies. ARC’s objective is to harness this support and create a network of volunteers to help the plight of our town’s animals in need.

Facebook site: www.facebook.com/pages/ARC-Animal-Rescue-Cobh/162498457192374

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

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

Cork Dog Action Welfare Group (DAWG)

Founded and run completely by a network of volunteers concerned with the welfare of abandoned, abused and ill-treated dogs in Cork.

Website: dogactionwelfaregroup.ie

Kayleigh’s Sanctuary for Exotic Pets

At Kayleigh’s sanctuary for exotic pets our work consists of

  • Caring for animals in our care, both surrendered and rescued
  • Educating people on the needs and requirements of their exotic pet
  • Pre-purchase advice of exotic animals and equipment
  • Rehoming animals to suitable long term homes
  • Supporting legislation for the control of exotic pet purchase
  • Improving the standard of pet shop management and selling of exotic animals

We aren’t open to the public just yet but we are working on it!

Website: http://www.kayleighs-sanctuary.com

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

West Cork Animal Welfare Group

The West Cork Animal Welfare Group was founded in May, 1999 in response to a desperate need to help unwanted, abandoned, neglected and abused animals in West Cork. During the 8 years we have been in operation we have rescued and re-homed over 2200 animals.

Website: westcorkanimals.com

 

Co Clare

Armargos Animal Sanctuary

The first rescue goats arrived here in 2004 and due to ‘good news travelling fast’ by the Autumn 2006 the calls from members of the public seeking assistance with goats they no longer wanted, had been dumped or were being cruelly treated, etc, started to become more frequent and it was becoming obvious that whether we liked it or not a goat sanctuary had been borne, so Sheena, who runs the Centre, took the plunge (after much convincing from others !!) and Armargos Goat Sanctuary was made ‘official’ with the main aim being to provide a safe haven for all domestic goats in need around the country…

Website: armargos.com

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 TNR (not for euthanasia) for a fee.

Website: clareanimalwelfare.net (FB)

Homeward Bound

My aim is to prevent the abandonment of dogs, thereby sparing the dog a potentially fatal week in the dog pound, or sparing overworked rescue groups another addition to their workload. My hope is to encourage owners to re-home their pet rather than surrender him to the pound or a shelter, and also to encourage people to adopt a dog rather than feeding the demand for purposefully bred dogs by purchasing one.

Homeward Bound is home run and on a small scale, with no government funding.

Website: homewardbound.ie

 

Co Donegal

Animals in Need Donegal

Animals in Need DonegalAnimals In Need was founded in 2006 by a small group of like-minded people in Donegal Town who were individually making an effort to alleviate animal suffering. It is a non profit making organisation.

Initially we became involved in fund raising activities to help other animal welfare organisations. However, this was not sufficient to our needs so we had to become a ‘hands-on’ voluntary group, rescuing and re-homing unwanted pets and injured or abandoned animals.

We work mainly with cat/kittens and dogs/puppies but we also have had rabbits, ponies, donkeys and even a guinea pig looking for help. Our policy is a strict no-kill policy covering any animal in our care.

Also TNR.

Website: www.animalsinneeddonegal.com

Donegal Pet Rescue

Donegal Pet Rescue (DPR) (North West Pet Protection Ltd t/a Donegal Pet Rescue) was formed to address the problem of unwanted, abandoned & neglected dogs & cats & to respond to issues of Animal Cruelty across County Donegal. A voluntary, non-profit organisation, we are committed to the rescue & re-homing of dogs & cats. We rely solely on the dedication & hard work of volunteers & heavily on public donations to fund our work.

Website: www.dpr.ie

 

Co Dublin

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

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 fostered until new homes can be found for them.

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DSPCA

DSPCAThe Dublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (DSPCA) is a registered charity, established in 1840 to prevent cruelty to animals and is now Ireland’s largest animal welfare organisation.

Cruelty, neglect, accidental injury and sickness to animals continues today – and we are still here dealing with these problems.

Website: www.dspca.ie

 

Co Galway

MADRA (Mutts Anonymous Dog Rescue and Adoption)

MADRA is a volunteer dog rescue & adoption group run by qualified dog trainers. We have a variety of dogs of all breeds, shapes and sizes ready for you to adopt. We are committed to the improvement of the welfare of dogs in Ireland.

Website: madra.ie

 

Co Kerry

Kerry Greyhound Connection

Kerry Greyhound Connection exists to take in, rehabilitate and find homes for unwanted Irish racing greyhounds.

Website: kerrygreyhounds.ie

KLAWS Kerry

Established in 2006, KLAWS is a group of volunteers who are committed to raising funds to help as many unwanted and stray animals as possible.

KLAWS spay and neuter as many cats and dogs as possible and also treat sick or injured stray. We also re-home unwanted animals when good homes become available; this often involves sending animals to the U.K. where we work alongside other recognised animal welfare groups, such as the Dog’s Trust and the RSPCA.

Website: klawskerry.wordpress.com/

 

Co Kildare

Celtic Animal Life Line

Celtic Animal Life Line is based in the Kildare/Dublin/West Wicklow area. Their work: To rescue, re-habilitate and re-home the unwanted, stray and abandoned dogs under our care. Their Philosophy: To match the right dog with the right home and vice versa, thereby fulfilling the needs of both dog and new home. Their Aim: To promote responsible dog ownership with the general public, to advance the importance of neutering, the benefits of micro- chipping and other aspects of dogs’ physical and psychological care.

Website: www.facebook.com/CelticAnimalLifeLine

Kildare Animal Foundation

Our commitment to neutering is unshakeable, better beautiful creatures not be born at all than to suffer neglect and hunger.

Our focus is on the poorest of the poor. The ones who because of their condition, no one wants and we will take the time to get it right. We have our own concept of time here, “Animal Time”. When a volunteer asks when will a particular animal be ready to go to a new home, I reply “When it’s heart, mind and body are all three ready to face the world.”

Website: animalfoundation.ie

 

Co Kilkenny

Inistioge Puppy Rescue

The aim of Inistioge Puppy Rescue is to protect against and prevent animal cruelty and abandonment. They provide temporary care for many pound dogs, as well as other unwanted pets, until such time as the animals can be suitably re-homed. Inistioge Puppy Rescue has a strict no-kill policy.

Website: inistiogepuppyrescue.com

 

Co Limerick

Limerick Animal Welfare (LAW)

Rescue and rehome dogs, cats, rabbits, horses and many other animals when they find themselves homeless through no fault of their own. We have a no-kill policy. The animals remain in our care until we find the right homes for them.

Website: www.limerickanimalwelfare.ie

Limerick Feral Cats

A small group of cat-loving volunteers, dedicated to improving the lives of feral cats in Limerick city and county. We do this primarily by neutering and returning the cats. We also provide food and shelter for feral cats that have no one to look out for them. On occasion we have tame cats and kittens for rehoming. We don’t receive any funding from the local authorities or other public sources. We fundraise ourselves to meet all our costs.

Website: www.limerickferalcats.com

 

Co Louth

Drogheda Animal Rescue (DAR)

Drogheda Animal Rescue (DAR) is a voluntary, non-profit organisation committed to the welfare of animals. They provide care and rehoming for stray, abandoned, abused, neglected and surrendered dogs and cats in the Louth, Meath, and North Dublin areas.

Website: dar.ie

 

Co Mayo

Mayo Cat Rescue

Mayo Cat Rescue is a voluntary organisation based in Co Mayo, Ireland and is dedicated to helping abandoned, homeless, unwanted, neglected and abused cats and kittens, both tame and feral. 098-35920.

A better world for cats begins with you.

Website: www.mayocatrescue.org

 

Co Meath

Last Hope Animal Charity

The Last Hope Animal Charity (LHAC) is a not-for-profit charitable, voluntary organisation dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and rehoming of domestic animals.

We believe that every animal’s life is meaningful and each deserves a loving home.

Website: lasthope.ie

 

Co Tipperary

Cottage Rescue

Cottage Rescue is a Small Animal Rescue based in Longfield, Cashel, Co Tipperary that prides itself on being a Safe Haven for any animal that is needing help in finding it’s new ‘forever’ home and we are an independent voluntary organisation totally dependent on the goodwill of our members and the generosity of the public.

Website: cottagerescue.ie

Roscrea SPCA

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

Website: roscreaspca.ie

 

Co Westmeath

 

Northern Ireland

North West Pet Rescue (NWPR)

North West Pet Rescue has been formed in response to the overwhelming need indicated in the North-West area for additional welfare services for dogs and cats. The charity aims to meet the needs of ill-treated, abandoned and unwanted pets through offering shelter, care, veterinary treatment and a comprehensive and dynamic re-homing service.

Website: nwpetrescue.org.uk

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