The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is recognised as Ireland's leading animal welfare charity. Our role is to is to prevent cruelty to animals, to promote animal welfare and to proactively relieve animal suffering in Ireland. Read More...
The ISPCA inspectors are at the forefront of animal welfare, they respond to allegations of cruelty, neglect and abuse and also aid sick and injured animals. Read some of the stories by our inspectors of how they rescue animals every day.
The ISPCA’s two rescue and rehabilitation centres were developed in order to support the ISPCA Inspectorate and member societies with the rescue, rehabilitation and responsible re-homing of cruelly treated and neglected animals.
This resource allows you to report pets who have been lost or pets that you have found. Knowing what to do when you lose a pet can be unclear, we have compiled guidelines of what to do in case of losing your dog, your cat or another animal.
Chloe was two years old and pregnant with Harvey when she was rescued from a puppy farm with 33 other dogs.
Before the thermometer dips, know these winter pet safety tips and ensure your best friend stays safe and cosy all season long.
Our ISPCA 2023 Calendar is here filled with lots of beautiful images and heart-warming stories of just some of the animals we have rescued during the last year.
During the operation 13 dogs, 5 pups, and 3 cats were removed and taken into ISPCA care.
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ISPCA Head Office, National Animal Centre, Derryglogher, Keenagh, Co. Longford, Ireland
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