• Profile picture of 7th Heaven Animal Rescue Trust
    We are a small animal rescue charity set up in 2003 based in Northern Ireland. We rescue, care for and re-home unwanted and abandoned animals to suitable, dedicated owners throughout Northern Ireland. We do not charge. We have no paid staff. We receive no government funding.
    +44 (28) 9443 2229
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  • Profile picture of Ainmhithe Animal Rescue
    Ainmhithe is a small independent sanctuary that has been taking care of abandoned and neglected animals in County Mayo in the West of Ireland since 1998. We pride ourselves on our no-kill policy, which means that the animals in our care stay with us for as long as it takes to find them suitable homes.
    + 353 86 0335636 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of Akita Rescue NI
    Akita Rescue NI is a small rescue centre in Northern Ireland and relies on the kindness and support of the public and a network of volunteers to help care for and rehome abandoned and mistreated animals.
    +44 7545350498
  • Profile picture of Amateur Sheep Dog Society
    Amateur Sheep Dog Society Ireland is non-profit, charitable, un-registered organization supporting enthusiast and lovers of sheep herding & trials. We help to rehabilitate by socializing, re-training, confidence building those unwanted Border Collies that find themselves in pounds, rescues and / or on dumped on the street. We help with re-homing working Border Collies and assessing their skills and working ability. We currently work with number of rescues in this regards in our area.
    +353 86 372 0507 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of An Cat Dubh Sanctuary
    An Cat Dubh exists to promote kindness, care and understanding of cats and other animals. An Cat Dubh provides sanctuary and lifelong care to those cats requiring special care or attention due to age or infirmity. An Cat Dubh provides a ‘Trap, Neuter & Return/Release (TNR)’ service for feral (wild) cats. An Cat Dubh re-homes cats to assessed ‘forever’ homes.
    +353 86 251 8323 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of Angels House Animal Rescue
    Angels House Animal Rescue is a non-profit, all volunteer Irish organization. We rescue and rehome all over Ireland.
    +353 89 4341745
  • Profile picture of Animal Advocacy
    Animal Advocacy based in Cork is one not-for-profit person, nested in an inspiring network of charitable, government, public and networking organisations, volunteers and individuals. We’re all part of that network!

  • Profile picture of Animal Connexions
    Animal Connexions are a small Registered Animal Charity with a strict 'no-kill' policy. We are run entirely by dedicated & committed volunteers.

  • Profile picture of Animal Heaven Animal Rescue (AHAR)
    Animal Heaven Animal Rescue (AHAR) was founded by Suzanne Gibbons in 1991 and she has worked in animal rescue since the age of 8. AHAR started out as a rescue for horses and ponies that were going to the slaughterhouse but very quickly it turned into a rescue for ALL unwanted animals and birds including wildlife and all cruelty cases. On average per week, 13 dogs, 10 cats, 2 wildlife animals, and 4 horses are homed or fostered or sent to UK rescues through AHAR.
    +353 86 107 6729 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of Animal Help Net Kerry
    We have been a registered charity in Ireland since 2008 [ Chy No. 18153] and are based in Tralee, Co. Kerry. Our principal work involves re-homing unwanted and abandoned animals. For this purpose we run weekly "adoption days" in Tralee, courtesy of Eugene McGrath, Veterinary surgeon, at his clinic on Market street Tralee. The adoption day currently runs Wednesday from 2 - 4 pm.
    +353 (66) 7122250
  • Profile picture of Animal Magic Wildlife Rescue
    Animal Magic was set up with the aim of making a small living for ourselves and to fund the Rescue and Rehabilitation of our Native Wildlife, that we are dedicated to help.
    +353 (63) 98777
  • Profile picture of Animals in Need Donegal
    Animals In Need Donegal Town is a non profit animal charity who rescue stray and abandoned animals in Co. Donegal
    +353 87 1356188 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of Ash Animal Rescue
    Since 1990 we have taken in many unwanted dogs and cats and a variety of other animals. We spend our lives doing our very best caring for them, rehabilitating some and looking for loving homes for those that can be homed. We are a non-profit organisation. Throughout the years we have homed hundreds of dogs and cats. We’ve rescued many animals from horrific situations that we still can’t comprehend and many of these dogs and cats are now sitting by their owners feet in a house or running happily in a park chasing a ball and are the apple of someone’s eye. Sadly this isn’t always the case and sometimes we won’t ever succeed in rehoming. We have a strict NO-KILL policy and take this very seriously. Any animals that can’t be rehomed for whatever reason will become permanent members of our ASH family and we will care for them for the rest of their lives. We can’t stress enough that this is not an invitation to offer/bring us dogs that are not suitable for homing. We’ve survived until now on the generosity of friends, donors, volunteers and sponsors but right now we, like everyone else are very seriously struggling to keep our head above water and care for the animals that are already in our care.
    +353 (59) 6473396
  • Profile picture of Assisi Animal Sanctuary
    About Assisi Animal Sanctuary cares for cats, dogs & rabbits and rehomes over 1,000 animals each year. Based at Conlig, Newtownards. Open - 11am-4pm daily, except Monday. Company Overview Assisi is the largest independent animal sanctuary in Northern Ireland and each year we care for unwanted and abandoned animals. We also provide advice on how to care for your animal through our education programme.
    028 9181 2622
  • Profile picture of Athlone Animal Welfare
    Athlone Animal Welfare (AAW) is a voluntary non profit organisation based in Athlone, Co. Westmeath. Our goal is to prevent the neglect and mistreatment of animals, encourage responsible pet ownership; and raise awareness on key animal welfare issues. AAW believes that education is the key to preventing many of the animal welfare issues arising in Ireland and so one of our main activities is the development and delivery of educational programmes to schools in the locality. As funds permit, AAW also provide for the vaccination & rehoming of cats and kittens; trap, release & neuter schemes for healthy feral cats; and promotional campaigns for the neutering and spaying of pets
    +353 85 165 7200 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of Athlone SPCA
    The Athlone Society for the Prevention of Cruelity to Animals.(aspca) is a charitable organisation. Our misson is to protect the welfare of all unwanted, neglected and abused animals we come into contact with and to promote the humane treatment and well being of these animals. Helping to prevent cruelity to animals by promoting animal welfare legislation and education
    087 9925052
  • Profile picture of Aughrim Cat Rescue
    Aughrim Cat Rescue was started in 2010 by 2 ladies Catriona Leahy & Kathy Smale who got together with a mutual concern for the serious overpopulation of feral cats in County Wicklow. They specialize in TNR (the Trap-Neuter-Return of feral cats) which they both have years of experience in. They also foster, tame & rehome feral kittens, now also with the invaluable help of fosterers Stephanie & Louise. Between them they cover the whole east coast area of County Wicklow, Catriona based in Aughrim working the SE & Kathy based in Greystones the NE.
    +353 87 1757395 (mobile)
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  • Profile picture of Bea\'s Rat Rescue
    A small scale rat rescue setup to help find homes for unwanted or abandoned rats. Situated in Carlow Ireland, although we will soon be moving to a new location in Dublin. At Bea's Rat Rescue our aim is to take in unwanted, abandoned and abused rats and give them a better chance at life. ALL potential adopters will be required to fill out an adoption form.
    +353 085 1526614
  • Profile picture of Benvardin Animal Rescue Kennels (BARK)
    Non profit charitable animals welfare organisation. A kennels based dog rescue & rehoming centre. To save the dogs in Council pounds from from destruction and give them a chance for a new life. Open for viewing to the public Tues - Sun 2pm til 4pm Sunday 8am til 1pm for the Car Boot Sale
    +44 7518 370478
  • Profile picture of Blackwater Animal Rescue
    Blackwater Animal Rescue are based in Fermoy, Co. Cork. Our aim is to relieve the suffering of unwanted, neglected and abandoned animals in the area.
    +353 086 8438219 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of Bright Eyes Animal Sanctuary
    Founded in 1989 by Pat Nolan to provide shelter for stray, abused and abandoned dogs and cats. We operate a "No Kill" policy
    +44 28 6638 8885
  • Profile picture of Burren Animal Rescue
    Burren Animal Rescue in Corofin, Co. Clare is the new name for Armargos Animal Sanctuary founded in 2005. - We offer animals a place of solace to aid recovery, space to aid mental rehabilitation, friendship to aid trust and patience to aid learning.
    +353 (87) 131 5904
  • Profile picture of Burtonport Animal Rescue
    Burtonport Animal Rescue Doneagal Ireland is a small non profit rescue that will help animals in need in the Burtonport and surrounding area we do not have a re-homing centre and we rely on local people opening their homes and hearts as volunteer fosterers. We are always in need of people to help in anyway they can.
    +353 086 076 2228 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of Canine Rescue Ireland
    About We are an animal rescue centre based in Carlow. We hold an eu approved licence to carry animals and all of our transport is fully equipped. 086 0303393 Description 086 0303393 Our aim is to re-home all unwanted dogs and to make sure they are housed in a safe and loving environment. All dogs are checked by local vets on arrival at the rescue centre and all are fully vaccinated, wormed, spayed/neutered and microchipped before being re-homed. Viewing by appointment only. Home checks will be carried out and adoption fees will apply.
    086 0303393
  • Profile picture of Cara Rescue Dogs
    Cara Rescue Dogs was set up in 2011 by a small group of people in County Laois, Ireland who were brought together by their love of animals. We are trying to do our bit to help combat animal cruelty by giving dogs and pups around Ireland a second chance at life. We try to help stray dogs by either reuniting them with their owners or failing that we find them a forever home deserving of them. We help dog pounds by taking sick, injured or vulnerable dogs out when we have space. All dogs rehomed by us are vaccinated, microchipped and spayed/neutered once they are over 6 months old. We are a non profit, voluntary group. CHY 20415.
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    Animal Welfare in County Carlow
    +353 87 9231013 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of Carrick Dog Shelter
    Carrick Dog Shelter was established in 2001 by friends and volunteers to reduce the destruction rate of dogs within County Monaghan . In 2009 the shelter admitted 80% of dogs that were due to be put to sleep in Monaghan dog pound .
    +353 (42) 9664236
  • Profile picture of Cat & Dog Protection Association
    When we started in Dublin in 1946 we were known as The Feline Club. We are a registered charity since 1988 and became a limited company in 1989. We affiliated to the ISPCA at that time and have broadened our work to include the care of dogs. As with the domestic stray cat, dogs also are fostered until new homes can be found for them. Home checks are made before placing animals in new homes. All adult animals are neutered before placement.
    +353 (1) 888 0828
  • Profile picture of Cats Protection (Armagh)
    Armagh Branch was formed in Oct'09 by a small but dedicated group of people who care passionately about cats and their welfare. We participate in the nationwide Trap, Neuter, Release scheme.
    +44 7709 483550
  • Profile picture of Cats Protection (Belfast)
    Cats Protection is the UK’s leading feline welfare charity. Our vision is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs. It’s an ambitious vision. However, we truly believe it can be achieved because of our passion, our professional approach and simply because cats are among the UK’s most popular companion pets. Cats Protection has simple and clear objectives to help cats: Homing Finding good homes for cats in need Neutering Supporting and encouraging the neutering of cats Information Improving people’s understanding of cats and their care
    +44 28 9048 0202
  • Profile picture of Cats\' Aid
    Cats Aid are a Dublin based non-profit making organisation made up of volunteers who give up their time for cats. The objectives of Cats Aid are: * To rescue, rehabilitate and find good homes for unwanted cats on the explicit understanding that no health-recoverable cat taken in by Cats' Aid will be destroyed. * The establishment of a permanent shelter/sanctuary for cats. * The education of the general public in the care of cats with particular emphasis on the importance of spaying and neutering. *The promotion of the 5 freedoms of animals : Freedom from hunger and thirst; pain, injury and disease; discomfort; fear and distress and Freedom to express normal behaviour.
    +353 (1) 668 3529
  • Profile picture of Causeway Coast Dog Rescue
    At Causeway Coast Dog Rescue we are passionate about the dogs we care for and our aim of the charity is simply to re-home unwanted dogs with loving families. Every dog deserves a second chance!
    +44 7595 602702
  • Profile picture of Cavan SPCA
    Cavan SPCA is a small but active member society of the ISPCA. We have found in the last three years our workload has increased quite dramatically - we hope this is as a result of better awareness regarding animal welfare rather than an increase in neglect. We work closely with our two ISPCA Inspectors, local Vets and Garda and we also have a good relationship with local media. We have run a Cat spaying/neutering scheme for the past 5 years, this proved so successful that last year we introduced a similar scheme for dogs. We believe this is the only way that the huge problem of unwanted cats and dogs can be successfully addressed.
    +353 86 8916186 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of Celtic Animal Life Line
    Celtic Animal Life Line is a dog rescue and rehoming charity location in Kildare and West Wicklow
    +353 87 2645245 (mobile)
  • Profile picture of Clare Animal Welfare
    Clare Animal Welfare is a voluntary organisation whose main aim is to improve the lives and welfare of animals.
    +353 87 1315904
  • Profile picture of Clare Greyhound Project
    We opened our doors in May 2014, with the mission that no Greyhound surrendered to Clare county pound would be put to sleep, that they would have the chance of a future as a family pet. Clare County Pound had the highest rate of Greyhounds put to sleep in 2013 Our mission is to work closely with many established Rescues and re-homing organisations to help as many of these hounds as possible find the loving homes they deserve. To do this we will be relying on the assistance of Greyhound rescues here in Ireland, in the UK and also on the Continent, who already do tremendous work for hounds. with their experience we hope we can make a difference.
    087 2955682
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    Animal Welfare in County Clare
    +353 (61) 368089
  • Profile picture of Clondalkin Animal Aid
    Clondalkin Animal Aid is a non-profit organisation whose volunteers work hard to give rescue dogs a better life. We take in dogs that are found straying and try to find their owners. We aim to find them a new home if their owners can’t be located. We also take in dogs that are surrendered by their families and sometimes ones that come from horrific circumstances.
    +353 86 314 8647