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
Lost & Found
These are the animals that have been lost or have been found
Armstrong is missing. He left his house in Sutton, D13 on 15.1.21 and hasn't returned since. He is about 5 years old, neutered and microchipped. He is badly missed by his family.
Mowgli is missing from Lambeecher Bath Road area, Balbriggan since 18 January. She is a friendly cat, wearing a grey collar and bell when she went missing. Contact Gerry on 087 3399080.
These wonderful labradors were taken on 8 December 2020 around Balbriggan/North County Dublin. If anyone has any information, please contact Aoife on 085 230 0600 and get them back home.
A lovely tabby cat, straying around the Balscaddan/Balbriggan area since early December, being looked after by kindly people. Please contact us if this cat is known to you.
A friendly black & white cat has been straying in Rush the last couple of weeks. She is microchipped but it is not registered. Photo of her is on our facebook page. Please contact Fingal SPCA if you have any information about her.
This is Ziggy and he has been missing from his home at the entrance to Highfields on Forest road in Swords since Saturday afternoon 1st Aug. He is a thin brown tabby with big ears, very friendly and has a chip. Please contact Dorone on 0831451483 if you find him.
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