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
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Lost & Found
These are the animals that have been lost or have been found
This little beauty was found straying around the Burrow in Portrane during the summer. She's currently in foster but we'd like to reunite her with her owners. Please contact 089 443 8794 if she is your cat.
Very friendly affectionate male kitten found on Swords Open Golf Course. Is well looked after. Please contact Fingal SPCA if this is your kitten or knows where it lives.
Young male cat, under 1 year old, not neutered or microchipped, found Courtlough Road, Balrothery, Balbriggan. He is very clean and seems well cared for, is very friendly and handsome. He will be neutered by Fingal SPCA next week. Please contact us if you are...
Jam, a friendly, affectionate three year old male, tuxedo black cat is missing from his home in Lusk since Sunday, 18 November 2018. Please look around the Chapel Farm and surrounding areas, check garages, sheds etc and if seen, please contact Fingal SPCA. Jam is...
This cat was found in Rosepark, Balrothery in Balbriggan recently. Anyone recognise it?
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 4612537
Catch up on the latest news from the Fingal SPCA
Delighted to say that our new 2020 calendar is now in stock! Filled with photos of all the lovely animals that we have rescued and rehomed during the past year, it is heartening to see so many of them go to loving homes. This work would not have been possible without...