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Thank you Viking Splash Tours for supporting our work

Huge thanks to Viking Splash Tours for supporting our work during World Animal Week and for donating10% of their revenue tomorrow, 4th October on World Animal Day to help the many rescued animals in our care.

Keep a look out for our posters on the Viking Splash Tours vehicles around Dublin City Centre over the coming weeks.

Viking Splash Tours are also offering a free school tour raffle prize so for schools and to be in with a chance to win this fantastic prize, they must to book a school tour to the ISPCA National Animal Centre before the end of December 2017.

School tours is a fantastic way to learn about the ISPCA and the work we do rescuing, rehabilitating and responsibly rehoming animals throughout Ireland.  Students will also learn about animal welfare and responsible pet ownership and of course meet the many animals in our kennels, cattery, stables and small mammal’s room.  It is a great opportunity to talk to our animal carers and learn all about our rescue and rehabilitation work.

To book your visit to the National Animal Centre, Longford on Wednesday’s, Thursday’s or Friday’s, telephone Eva on (043) 33 25035 (option 0) or e-mail for more information.

Don’t forget we have a wonderful education resource on our website

The ISPCA are asking all animal lovers to be responsible by ensuring their pet's welfare needs are met and we have highlighted some important parts of being a responsible pet owner below. 

Remember to share a photograph or video of your adorable pet’s online using #GiveThemAVoice and #ISPCA this week to celebrate #WorldAnimalWeek.  Animals cannot tell their stories themselves so we need you, our incredible animal lovers and supporters to tell their stories for them to #GiveThemAVoice.

Follow us on Twitter @Ispca1 and Instagram @ispca_official so we can see your amazing contributions.

Happy World Animal Week!

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