- Avoid walking your dogs during hot spells like today. Early morning and late evenings are best as cooler
- Do not come early to your appointment as you will be waiting until your appointment time in your car with your pet
- Avoid any unnecessary journeys with your pet and never leave them unattended in your car
- Short nosed breeds and over weight breeds are more susceptible to heat stroke
- Make sure your pet as plenty of shade and access to clean drinking water at all times
- Freeze some treat filled Kongs for them, give them ice cubes with frozen treats and leave out a damp blanket for them to lie on if needed.
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.
We’re working on our 2020 Fingal SPCA calendar! This was a great success last year and we needed to order more such was the demand.
If you would like pre-order, you can do so in our shop! Remember these calendars make wonderful Christmas presents and feature animals from the local Fingal area that we have rescued, rehabilitated and rehomed.
Thursday night saw another successful Quiz Night for the Fingal SPCA. With the help of our talented quizmaster Martina, nine tables of hopeful quizzers began the night in fine form. Several picture rounds saw the initial confidence dented somewhat and some interesting spellings of the word Chihuahua emerged in round five. But nevertheless, a good time was had by all!
The raffle held at the end of the night saw happy quizzers head off out into the night clutching their loot!
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The Society would like to thank most sincerely all those who so generously donated to the raffle including Fyffes Ireland for a very generous donation of a huge basket of fruit and Tracy Gilbert of Tracy Gilbert Designs for her donation of a stunning piece of her handcrafted jewellery. It is very heartening to see local businesses supporting local charities!
The night raised €472 in total which will go towards the cost of looking after the animals in our care.
Our 2019 Fingal SPCA calendar are now back in stock so get yours before they run out again!