This lovely little boy had been straying in Claremorris; he was living in some undergrowth on waste grounds, cold wet and very hungry. He was petrified and scared out of his mind. He was rescued by Tracey Cullinane & Pat Egerton and taken into the care of Mayo SPCA.
Today he was taken to the Small Animal Practice in Claremorris where Katie McGrath kindly groomed and washed him. She has helped us with so many rescued dogs and it is greatly appreciated. Benjy is a much happier dog tonight. He will be up for adoption soon.
It is a very busy time for Mayo SPCA and we are appealing for donations to help in the care of the unwanted, abandoned and injured cats & dogs in our care. Over the past twelve months we have had in our care many dogs and cats with severe and horrific injures due to neglect. Ever donation we receive goes directly to the care of our animals. Please text to donate.
Text MSPCA to 50300 to donate €4 to MAYO SPCA
100% of your donation goes to MAYO SPCA across most network operators. Some operators apply VAT which means a minimum of €3.25 will go to MAYO SPCA. Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline: 0766805278
This is the lovely little kitten Luna, very happy in her new home. She is a big and healthy and a happy little kitten. She loves to run around the house and make a mess. Thank you again for letting me adopt her.Many thanks to Regina for giving a rescue kitten a home.
Meet Chas & Dave, two helpless collie pups, not even two weeks old, no eyes open and completely helpless, dumped by side of the road in a cardboard box, they were left there in the freezing cold. It is not known how long they have been there.
It is a miracle with the weather so cold they have survived so far. Safe now in the care of Mayo SPCA, they are currently in foster care being hand reared.
Eavan Caulfield recently gave a very informative talk to our 3rd yr students on the work of Mayo SPCA. Special thanks to Eavan for giving up her time to talk to our students and special thanks also to Ms. Monaghan for organising the visit.
Did you adopt your pet from Mayo SPCA; if you did we would love to hear from you. We would love to hear stories about you and your dog/cat. So, please email them into us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put them on our website. If you send in your picture and you are under 18 years, please get your parents to give us permission to use the picture. We look forward to lots of pictures and stories from you.
Looking after a pet is a BIG responsibility. A pet is not just a playmate for you. A pet needs lots of care and attention (as well as love) – just like you really – so you need to show the grown-ups in your home that you are willing to help look after your pet, as well as play with him/her.
Looking after your pet means you will need to help with:
Cleaning (such as grooming, cleaning out the cage or cleaning out the tank)
Click on the picture of each animal and it will take you to a page with all the information you need to help care for your pet.
The ISPCA have produced a legal handbook to make Irish animal welfare legislation more accessible to everyone.