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  • ISPCA reminds the public to be aware of the dangers Halloween poses to domestic and wild animals

    ISPCA reminds the public to be aware of the dangers Halloween poses to domestic and wild animals

    Date: October 21, 2019

    While we all enjoy the festivities of Halloween, many pets and wildlife find this time of the year terrifying.

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  • ISPCA issue a statement on Hare Coursing

    ISPCA issue a statement on Hare Coursing

    Date: October 17, 2019

    A recent Red C poll showed that 77% of Irish citizens believe that hare coursing should be banned. Please sign our online petition supporting a ban!

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  • Limerick man convicted of offences under the Animal Health and Welfare Act (AHWA) 2013

    Limerick man convicted of offences under the Animal Health and Welfare Act (AHWA) 2013

    Date: October 07, 2019

    Abusing animals through neglect and mistreatment is a serious offence that will not be tolerated. Thankfully Kuma has made a full recovery and is living the life he deserves.

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  • The ISPCA rescue three vulnerable puppies abandoned in a garden in Westmeath

    The ISPCA rescue three vulnerable puppies abandoned in a garden in Westmeath

    Date: October 04, 2019

    Apart from being cold and hungry, the puppies did not appear to have health issues and are recuperating in ISPCA care.

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  • The ISPCA launch their 2020 Charity Calendar

    The ISPCA launch their 2020 Charity Calendar

    Date: September 30, 2019

    ISPCA Ambassador Rosanna Davison supported the charity with her adorable dogs Ted & Leo calling on all animal lovers to raise awareness for animal welfare during World Animal Week

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  • Children spotted kicking an innocent cat in Mullingar

    Children spotted kicking an innocent cat in Mullingar

    Date: September 26, 2019

    Animal abuse is widely recognised as an indicator crime and is frequently a precursor to violent crime directed at humans.

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  • A young bearded collie dog was rescued with his coat in very poor condition

    A young bearded collie dog was rescued with his coat in very poor condition

    Date: September 06, 2019

    Jean Claude, as he was later named, was surrendered into the care of the ISPCA and taken for some much needed pampering.

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  • Kitten rescued with radial nerve paralysis now in ISPCA care

    Kitten rescued with radial nerve paralysis now in ISPCA care

    Date: September 04, 2019

    Moe is adorably sweet and playful, and he soon be heading off to his new home where he will be loved and cared for. WARNING IMAGES MAY CAUSE UPSET

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  • Six new-born puppies abandoned in a cardboard box are now thriving in ISPCA care

    Six new-born puppies abandoned in a cardboard box are now thriving in ISPCA care

    Date: August 30, 2019

    The puppies were completely reliant on being hand-reared and our dedicated staff and volunteers fostered them so they could receive round-the-clock care and feeding

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  • Goose rescued in distressed state as he struggled to free himself from fishing line

    Goose rescued in distressed state as he struggled to free himself from fishing line

    Date: August 29, 2019

    The ISPCA is reminding the public to dispose of plastic products such as fishing tackle responsibly to prevent wildlife from becoming injured.

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