Pamela our beautiful older cat has found her purrfect retirement home.Pamela was in bad shape when we rescued her. She was starving and a veterinary examination revealed she had been shot at with a pellet gun. Surgery has successfully removed most of the shrapnel. With the support of wonderful veterinary care at City Vets and fantastic foster parents, Pamela made a good recovery. In spite of all she has been through she has a very sweet nature and must have been somebody’s pet at some stage. Pamela found her new home with Fran on Christmas Week 2021 – it was the best present we could have got to see this lovely older lady find a home to call her own. We thank new owner Fran for all her kindness and a big thank-you also to Francis and his mother – Pamela’s long time foster parents.
Saoirse, a partially sighted deaf lurcher, came to us from a very poor situation. Her living conditions were inadequate and her quality of life very poor. The bad old days are over for this beautiful girl, she has found a wonderful new home and we were delighted to get an update with pictures and videos of Saoirse now known as Pickles, living it up with her new buddy, Oski. Here’s what her new Mammy had to say…”Oski absolutely adores her (Saoirse). We knew he was an extremely friendly, peace loving chap, but he made us even more proud by showing everyone he is a true gent. He shares his treats and toys with Pickles (Saoirse) and never complain, even when she pinches them from under his nose! Both fur babies are truly fond of each other and we couldn’t be happier. “……and WE couldn’t be happier either! An update like this is like a ray of hope on a dark winter’s evening. It gives us hope for the neglected, unwanted and abused animals that sadly we meet as part of our work Thank-you to Saoirse aka Pickle’s wonderful new family.PS I can’t stop smiling!!!!
Sad news…Our welfare officer attended a call this morning in Tramore. A black and white neutered male cat had been hit by a car and sadly had passed away at the scene of the accident. The accident happened at T.Farrell Suzuki Garage directly across from Tramore Service Station. He is more than likely a pet cat as his ear was not clipped. The deceased cat is now at City Vets and they will hold him in the freezer for a few days to give the owners a chance to recover his body. The cat was not microchipped. We are posting pictures of the deceased cat in the hopes that we reach the poor cat’s owners. For further information please call the office at 051-841432 or City Vets at 051-371155. Thank-you to Tommy Farrell’s Garage for alerting us. RIP Poor cat. Please share to help is reach the owners
Freddie, Jonathan and Daniel ran the Virtual Dublin Marathon on October 24th and raised an amazing €867 in much needed funds for the Waterford SPCA. We are extremely grateful to Freddie, Jonathan and Daniel and to all who donated to the fundraiser. Thank-you very much and woof-woof, meow and whinney-whinney from all the animals. The money will be used to support the animals over the winter.
Meet Rufus – the luckiest kitten in Waterford! Rufus was trapped on Hallowe’en evening after 48 hours of cajoling him out of the thicket in which he was sheltering . Too young to be separated from his mother he would not have survived for very long more.Thanks to his new Human Daddy we managed to get him safely indoors before the worst of the storm. Rufus has now been adopted by the people who called Waterford SPCA and we wish him and his wonderful kind new family a happy ever after.
Hi All, Freddie, Jonathan and Daniel are running this year’s Virtual Dublin Marathon in aid of Waterford SPCA. Thank-you to the lads from all of us. Please support if you can and help raise much needed funds for the animals. 100% of monies raised will go towards helping abandoned, abused and neglected animals in the area. Please share the link to your Facebook page. Thanking you, Michele
Gerry O’Carroll photography is doing an amazing offer for the month of January. Buy a portrait of your pet, professionally done by Gerry, for only 25euro and save 170euro on the regular price. In addition and what’s very exciting for us is – when you buy the portrait you get to nominate the local animal charity of your choice to be the lucky and very happy recipient of the 25euro. So go ahead – treat yourself to a portrait of your pet and nominate Waterford SPCA as the animal charity you want to benefit from your 25euro. See Gerry’s Facebook post with all the details at https://www.facebook.com/GerryOCarroll/videos/657721341639051/
This is Dara and Izzy from Dungarvan presenting Waterford SPCA with a cheque for 310 euro. With the support of Dara’s mam Ciara, Dara and his friends organised a sponsored walk for Waterford SPCA on the Greenway before Christmas. Thank-you to all our junior supporters who took part in the walk and helped raise much needed funds for the Waterford SPCA. A great start to 2020 for the animals. Thanks from all of us and “woof-woof”, “miaow” and “whinny-whinny” from all the animals.