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
Woody, a 13 week old male kitten. Loves playing, a little shy but very friendly. Would suit an adult home. Wormed and litter...read more
Willow, a 13 week old female kitten. A little shy but friendly and playful. Would suit an adult home where she can continue to build up her...read more
Just look at our fabulous trio! Meet Flash, Fred and Frodo! All part of a litter found with their mother on the roadside. They are 8-week old male kittens. The boys have been wormed, are very healthy and already litter trained. All three are SUPER sociable too and...read more
Meet Bertie! As far as we know, Bertie has no political interests! What he IS interested in, is having a pal to play with, a home to live in and some love and attention! He's a friendly 10-week old male kitten and now that he's been wormed and healthy, is ready for...read more
Handsome Harry, 12 weeks old, wormed and litter trained. A little shy but friendly and playful, will suit a quiet adult home where he will come around in no time and prove to be an affectionate...read more
Lost & Found
These are the animals that have been lost or have been found
This cat is missing from the Glasmore area, Swords for around a week. Had not been looking well and was going to be taken to the vet but has not been seen. If you have seen him, please contact our volunteer on 089...read more
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