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At LSPCA.ie, you can keep up to date on all that we’re doing at the Laois SPCA, 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 Laois SPCA on our Donations page. Your donations go directly to helping the animals in our care.

Don’t forget to visit the Laois SPCA 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 usually have a lot of cats and kittnes in our care, with only a handful of foster carers.

  • Pets for Rehoming

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      Our lovely Duggie, who was adopted some weeks ago, is coming back into our care. Unfortunately for Duggie, the resident cats just wouldn’t accept him as part of the family, so not to stress them any further, his family made the heartbreaking decision to return Duggie to us. Duggie is a mastiff x and is […]Read more →
    • Patty


      ***SPECIAL REHOMING REQUEST*** Meet Selma and Patty. We don’t often look to rehomed puppies together, but we would love if we could find a home together for these two little dotes. These little ones are patterdale x’s, about 5 months old and will be small does. They didn’t have a great start in life and […]Read more →
    • Cody


      This is our handsome Cody. We really need to find him his forever home as soon as possible. Cody is about 4 years old, unfortunately he didn’t have a great start in life and can be reactive to other dogs when out walking. He needs a home in the country where he won’t encounter a […]Read more →
  • Latest News

    • HELP IS URGENTLY NEEDED with real animal rescue

      HELP IS URGENTLY NEEDED with real animal rescue

      9th Apr 2021If we were to ask for help with cuddling puppies and kittens in our shelter (which we haven’t got), we would be inundated with replies — but what we do need is help with the unglamorous side of rescue. As well as rehoming abandoned animals, our main aim is to reduce the number of unwanted […]
    • Cat neutering scheme

      Cat neutering scheme

      31st Jan 2021For the month of February, we are running a subsidised cat neutering scheme. We were overrun with kittens last year and this is primarily due to people taking on small kittens and losing interest as they get older and neglecting to neuter them. Kittens can be neutered from 4 months onwards, as advised by the […]
    • Love at first sight — An update on Chester

      Love at first sight — An update on Chester

      14th Sep 2020Over 5 years ago, this lovely dog Chester came into our care in the most appalling state. He came from the Myshall puppy farm, so you know the condition he was in, without us going into details. Five years ago, we thought we had found his forever home, but a few weeks ago his owner […]
    • Hiccup and Bigfoot

      Hiccup and Bigfoot

      13th Sep 2020There’s so many bittersweet moments in fostering and today was one of them for one of our fosterers. While Monika was trapping a colony for neutering, she came upon these two 10 day old kittens crawling around in the mud, Their mother, only a kitten herself, had little interest in them. The only chance of […]
    • Thank you Petmania

      Thank you Petmania

      11th Sep 2020THANK YOU to Petmania Ireland for this fabulous donation of cat and dog food. We are stretched beyond our limits at the moment, so this food is really appreciated.
    • Food appeal, Mountmellick

      Food appeal, Mountmellick

      5th Mar 2020On Friday 13th March we will be holding a Food Appeal at Supervalu Mountmellick. If there is anybody in the area that would be able to lend a hand by giving up an hour or two of their time, we would really appreciate it.