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Gypsy

Gypsy

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Gypsy

Gypsy is a friendly cat who is looking for her new forever home. She is quiet but sociable, and gets on well with people. She is used to being around other cats, and is litter trained. Soon after her arrival here she gave birth to a litter of beautiful kittens, and has been a great mammy to them! She will be neutered as soon as the kittens are completely weaned off her, and will then be ready for her new start. Gypsy was rescued by one of our Inspectors from a severely overcrowded property. A large number of cats and kittens were living there, effectively running wild, and they were not being looked after properly. If this beautiful girl is the one for you, you can complete an application form with this link, http://ispca.ie/rehoming/cat-rehoming-form, or you can call us on 043 3325035 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Your new best friend could be waiting.

Gypsy is currently in the care of the.. ISPCA National Animal Centre

Derryglogher Lodge, Keenagh, Co. Longford.


ISPCA rescued dogs and puppies at the ISPCA National Animal Centre are fully vaccinated, treated for parasites,  micro-chipped, neutered/spayed (when of age) and we also offer six weeks free pet insurance. We ask for an adoption donation of €120 to help us cover some of our veterinary costs.

Cats and kittens at the National Animal Centre are fully vaccinated, treated for parasites, neutered/spayed (when of age), cat-flap and litter-trained.  We also offer six weeks free pet insurance. We ask for an adoption donation of €60 to help us cover some of our veterinary costs..

All ISPCA rescued equines at the National Animal Centre, Longford and our Equine Rescue Centre in Mallow are fully vaccinated, micro-chipped and have passports. Stallions and colts are gelded before being responsibly rehomed. We ask for a donation rather than a set amount to help us cover some of our veterinary costs.

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