Welcome to LSPCA.ie!

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At LSPCA.ie, you can keep up to date on all that we’re doing, see our upcoming events, find out how you can help us and see the animals we have in our care waiting to be rehomed!

If you can, we would be very grateful if you could donate to the LSPCA on our Donations page. Your donations go directly to helping the animals in our care.

Don’t forget to visit the LSPCA charity shop in Hynd’s Square, Portlaoise! All proceeds go directly to helping the animals in our care.

Foster Carers Needed

We are currently looking for both cat and dog foster carers. All vets bills, food and litter is covered by us. All we need is your time and compassion. Every day we have several calls from people finding kittens, or people finding litters in their garden and asking us to pick them up. We have in excess of 60 kittens in care at the moment with only a handful of foster carers.

  • Pets for Rehoming

    • Lidia


      Meet lovely Lidia. This cute girl is 12 weeks old, has been spayed and fully vaccinated and is getting ready to move out to her forever home.Read more →
    • Jack & Milly

      Jack & Milly

      These two siblings are Jack and Milly. They are 12 weeks old, neutered and fully vaccinated. They would be lovely for someone looking for two kittens, but it’s not essential they go together.Read more →
    • Abby


      The beautiful Abby came into us as a tiny 3 week old. She has been fully vaccinated and was spayed yesterday. She has a lovely home waiting for her when her stitches come out.Read more →
    • Buttercup


      This is Buttercup. She is a little nervous of strangers but is slowly coming out of herself. Loves to play but a quiet house with no children would be ideal. She is fully vaccinated and neutered. Read more →
    • Spooks


      This lovely girl is Spooks. She is a year old and spayed. She is friendly and gets in with other cats.Read more →
    • Jack


      This handsome little man is Jack, he's not a year old yet and has had a rough start in life. He came into our care from the Pound and was limping badly. He's a real little character, gets on great with his fosterers dogs and enjoys his walks. Read more →
  • Latest News

    • Uncared for Kitten found in car park

      Uncared for Kitten found in car park

      20th Sep 2018This poor little 4 week old was found this morning in Laois County Hall carpark by a nice lady called Sandra who contacted us. She was freezing cold, terrified and with a very sore leg. Another good reason to neuter your cats. Obviously unwanted and uncared for 😞  
    • 2018 AGM

      2018 AGM

      13th Sep 2018The Laois SPCA will be holding its AGM on Tuesday next 18th September at O'Loughlins Hotel, Main Street, Portlaoise at 8pm sharp.
    • Food Appeal May ‘18

      Food Appeal May ‘18

      25th May 2018We are in Laois Shopping Centre today (25th May) just opposite Tesco from 10 am – 8 pm. We are hoping that you can pick up an extra box of pet food to donate to us when you are doing your shopping. If not, we would be happy to chat to you at our table […]
    • Injured Crow

      Injured Crow

      18th May 2018We got a message yesterday afternoon from a very concerned gentleman. He had seen a baby crow sitting in the Bridge Centre car park and it wasn’t moving. He was concerned that it would get injured from either a car or animal. Our volunteers went out immediately and found the poor thing just sitting there. […]
    • Update on Rosie

      Update on Rosie

      26th Apr 2018As some of you may remember, Rosie came into our care with a broken leg that had already healed and left her in a lot of pain. Rosie had a plate and pins inserted to reline her broken bones and straighten her deformed leg. Everything seemed to be going well for the first couple of […]
    • Cat rescued from road by lovely lady & her son!

      Cat rescued from road by lovely lady & her son!

      16th Apr 2018This little girl was hit by a car this evening in Castletown. A lovely lady called Claire rang it in and stayed with her until one of our volunteers got out there.