Lissenhall Veterinary Hospital have a wide variety of services to cater for all your pets needs from Acupuncture, Boarding Kennels to X-Ray facilities and everything in between. Tel 01 890 0375 or website
Shenick Veterinary Centre, Unit 5 Millfield Shopping Centre, Naul Rd, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, K32 PX71
Phone: 01 215 0469
We have listed a number of local and national animal welfare organisations that you may find useful.
Bat Conservation Group
Compassion in World Farming (CIWF)
The Donkey Sanctuary
Irish Association of Tortoise Keepers
Irish Council Against Blood Sports
Irish Horse Welfare Trust
Irish Seal Sanctuary
My Lovely Horse Rescue
You may have noticed stray cats in your garden. If they seem to have no other home, they may be a wild cat. A wild cat is a domestic cat who has been born and raised without contact with humans, or a cat who has not had contact with humans for a significant period of time and has become unsocialized.
Usually this happens when they are dumped by owners no longer willing or able to care for them. Others have been left behind when their owners moved house or passed away. Some are lost. Many will have reverted to a wild state in order to survive. Their offspring will be wild as they will not have had interaction with humans. These cats endure a very difficult life, often struggling to survive in sometimes harsh conditions with not enough to eat on a daily basis, a lack of adequate shelter from the elements and with no access to veterinary treatment. All are trying to survive as best they can
If you would like to help wild cats in this situation we need to: