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Galway Cat Rescue has resumed adoptions following a difficult few months during which animal shelters struggled in the face of Covid-19.
With cat breeding season just starting Athlone Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) has launched its spring 2015 cat neuter scheme in Athlone.
A cat resue charity is calling on people in Mayo to spay and neuter cats, even strays on their property, because there is a “cat population crisis” in the county.
Athlone Animal Welfare has had unprecedented demand for assistance with unwanted and stray cats and kittens this year.
If you are looking for a pet, please check our website galway-spca.com and have a look at all our animals. Please note home checks are carried out for all our animals and a donation is required.
Athlone Animal Welfare has launched a fundraising drive that will not only see much needed money raised for the organisation, but will help everyone spring clean!
The ASPCA are seeking volunteers for their street collection which takes place on Friday November 30 and Saturday December 1 from 10am to 6pm each day in Athlone. Volunteers are needed for both days, with all money raised going directly to helping animals.
If you are looking for a pet, check out these gorgeous animals looking for homes. While we can only show you a sample here, please check our website www.galway-spca.com and have a look at all our animals. Please note home checks are carried out for all our animals, and a donation is required.
Mayo SPCA is urgently seeking homes for rescued dogs, pups, cats, and kittens, some of which can be seen here, but others in need can be viewed on the website www.mayospca.com. If you can help by offering a rescued animal a permanent or temporary homes, by becoming a volunteer or member then please call 094 963 1888 or 086 803 2592. Telephone lines are manned seven days a week from 10am to 5pm but are very busy. If your call is unanswered then please leave a message and it will be returned as soon as possible.
Two golden Labrador cross males.