Just look at this adorable little family. Currently the mamma and her kittens are being lovingly looked after by foster carers.
However they will require news homes in the coming weeks. How much better would lockdown be if you had a sweet little kitten to share it with?
If you're interested in adopting any of these little ones, please contact us on 089 461 2537. As ever we homecheck before adoption.
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These three gorgeous kittens are looking for their furever homes. They are all 8 months and have already been neutered by the Society. The black male is ready to be adopted.
The tabbies are a male and female and if possible we would like them homed together because one little tabby is quite nervous and the company of their sibling helps with this. They would suit a quiet adult home. Purrfect lockdown companions!
If you are interested in adopting any of these little beauties, please contact us on 089 461 2537. A home check will apply as we need to match the right cat with the right home.
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 our volunteers who care for the cats and kittens, sometimes socialising them so they can find their forever families.
Remember all the monies raised by the sale of these calendars goes directly to fund our work. We need to buy food and litter, pay medical expenses and boarding so every cent raised goes directly towards the animals in our care.
Click HERE to buy your 2020 Fingal SPCA calendar and support our vital work
We received some really great news during the week. Eddie who went missing in the first week of September has been found!
He had just been brought from Germany when he went missing so he wouldn’t have been familiar with the area. His owners made extensive efforts to find him all to no avail.
However recently he was spotted with some wild cats that the Society support and one of our volunteers was able to trap Eddie and return him to his grateful owner.