Welcome to the website of the Fingal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
It is our mission to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome stray or unowned animals and reduce the wild cat population by neutering/spaying.
We are a totally voluntary society relying on volunteers and fosterers to care for the animals that we look after.
We also trap/spay wild cats and rescue /spay stray animals and deal with injured animals where an owner is untraceable. We pay veterinary expenses for spaying and treatment when necessary. We also supply food to homeless animals.
GOT AN EMERGENCY?
Remember if you have an emergency with an animal,
please call us as on 089 461 2537 the email is not manned 24/7
Please take a look as these are our current animals that need homes
This gorgeous bunch of 8-week old kittens are ready for adoption! There are two boys, the black kittens, Lenny and Henry, a little girl called Dawn and a tabby kitten who is also female that we've named Socks! (The grey kitten is already reserved!) All these little...read more
Jess is around 19 months, female and healthy. Friendly, affectionate cat, loves cuddles and good with...read more
Tiger is male, around 3 years old, neutered and healthy. He is a lovely friendly and affectionate cat, very good with children. He is a real family...read more
Lost & Found Animals
Please take a look at these animals that have been lost or found
Lilly as gone missing she has not been home since the 4th of November. She is a black and Brown tabby with four white legs and a white belly. She is eight months old but very small in size. She is not yet netured and microchipped. She was last seen on the morning of...read more
This very friendly female kitten around 5 months was found Friday 9 March under a van, she is now being cared for in Lissenhall Vets. She may have travelled under this van or strayed. She is well cared for and someone must be missing her. If you recognise her,...read more
Catch up on the latest news from the Fingal SPCA