Spay Aware 2024

The ISPCA and Veterinary Ireland encourage pet owners to talk to their vet as soon as possible for expert advice

A Story of Hope

Tia and Tamara are just two among many neglected and abused animals needing your help.
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Celebrating 75 Years of the ISPCA

As we mark this significant milestone, we are thrilled to share with you 75 heart-warming happy tales from rescue to recovery.
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The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is recognised as Ireland’s leading animal welfare charity. Our role is to prevent cruelty to animals, to promote animal welfare and to proactively relieve animal suffering in Ireland.

Prevention

We work to prevent cruelty and abuse to animals by promoting animal welfare and educating the public on responsible ownership.

Protection

We aim to investigate reports of animal cruelty and work hard to protect vulnerable animals in society and relieve animal suffering.

Prosecution

We aim to prosecute all those who break Irish animal welfare law by having our inspectors work together with law enforcement.

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Donate to the ISPCA

Every animal deserves love, care, and protection. Sadly, many animals suffer from cruelty, neglect and abuse, which is why the ISPCA aims to safeguard the lives of all animals.

Animals in need of Adoption

There are countless animals in ISPCA care that are in need of a new home, from dogs and cats to rabbits, horses, donkeys, guinea pigs, and more.
Millie
Bully XL
Longford
Daisy
Pitbull x
Longford
Teddy
Bully
Longford
William
Bully
Longford
Hermione
Bully XL
Longford
Fudge
Pitbull x
Longford

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National Animal Centre

Phone: (+353) 43 332 5035

Email: [email protected]

Report Animal Cruelty

Phone: 0818 515 515

Email: [email protected] 

Hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

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