Welcome to LSPCA.ie!

Fosterers Wanted


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!

We are currently looking for both cat and dog fosterers. All vets bills, food and litter is covered by us. All we need is your time and compassion.

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.

Animal Spread

Latest News & Updates

  • Give Feral Cats A Better Life


    For several years now Laois SPCA have been running a Trap, Neuter and Return Scheme (TNR) for feral cats. This 6 month old female was trapped this morning. She has been neutered, treated for parasites, had her ears cleaned and treated for ear mites. She will never know the hardship of bringing a litter of kittens into the world....
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  • Woody - A Survivor


    WARNING: GRAPHIC PICTURES. Early yesterday evening, one of our volunteers decided to take her dogs for a walk at Emo Woods, not realizing how distressing her evening was about to come. On entering the woods, she could hear a puppy yelping in the distance....
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  • Come Along To Our Adoption Day!


    Join us on our adoption day this Saturday 24th in Petworld, Portlaoise from 12 - 3pm. Come and meet some of the animals in our care who are waiting for their forever homes. They will be very excited to meet and greet! Hope to see you there.
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  • Christmas Puppies


    Like most rescues, we do not rehome animals in the lead up to Christmas. We implore people not to get animals during this time as most people are far too busy already during this season to have the time to devote to settling an animals into their family life. We ask people not to give animals as presents, as most times, people are not prepared for an animal or may not even want one. This little 12 week old guy....
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  • Heart Warming Story To End 2014


    In May 2013 we got a call from a very concerned lady Jen. Her dog had found an extremely small kitten and had brought it to her but she didn't know what to do. She drove the kitten through to one of our fosters who had a cat in her care that had given birth a few weeks earlier. All our fingers where crossed that Kimmy would take this kitten as her own. With gentle introduction and supervision, she accepted this very small kitten as her own. He was named Diesel and he flourished.
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