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Cat and kittens dumped at ISPCA gates

A cat and her three kittens were dumped at the entrance to the ISPCA National Animal Centre in Longford recently

A Staff member found them dumped in an old printer box at the gate upon arrival in the morning. The mother was scared and ran away leaving her two to three week old kittens alone so she had to be trapped and was later reunited. The stress placed on these innocent animals was totally avoidable. The cat and kittens are doing well at the National Animal Centre and have since been named Evan, Bronte and Jasper.  They will be spayed/neutered when of age and responsibly re-homed when they old enough.

The ISPCA is highlighting the positive benefits of neutering or spaying cats and dogs and the importance of being a responsible pet owner to help tackle Ireland’s pet over-population problem. For more information about SpayAware please click here. 

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