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World Vegan Day on November 1 is an example of an ever-increasing group of people who do their utmost to both live compassionate lifestyles and to have a light footprint on the earth’s resources.
The Galway Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals have been receiving on average two calls a day regarding abandoned, starving, and neglected horses throughout the county.
No shooting or hunting of wildfowl including birds such as pheasants, snipe, and wood pigeon is to be carried out before Tuesday December 21 next at least, by order of the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government.
On Monday November 1 Café 8 at the Galway City Museum will host World Vegan Day with a range of vegan food on offer as well as films and music from 8pm to 10.30pm.
Kilkenny Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals located at Unit 39, Hebron Ind. Estate, is seeking volunteers for upcoming fundraising events.
The Kilkenny Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is holding a Voices for Animals concert at the Springhill Court Hotel, Waterford Road, Kilkenny on tonight Friday February 5.
The dog badly wounded in a case of animal cruelty in Carlow last September is to be put down.
Bad Hare Days is The Kilkenny Advertiser’s ‘Old Kilkenny’ columnist’s newest literary offering recounting a story of the author’s high profile involvement in the Irish anti-hare coursing campaign.
Mayo SPCA is appealing this week for a home for Cody, a young, fairly large male dog, who is neutered, healthy, and had his first vaccination. He has a lovely temperament, is house trained, very obedient for his age, and excellent on recall, walks well on a lead although needs reminding not to pull from time to time, loves other dogs and playing with them. Because of his size they are looking for a home with older children as he could easily knock toddlers off their feet when playing ball, etc. He would also be an ideal companion pet for anyone living alone.
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) has called on pet owners to be particularly vigilant of their animals during the current cold snap to avoid cases of unnecessary suffering. The ISPCA has witnessed many cases of neglect and cruelty in recent weeks due to the adverse weather conditions and it is offering advice to people to ensure animals are not placed at risk.