This gorgeous male cat was found in the Mayors Walk area.
If you own this cat please contact City Vets on 051 371155
Proof of ownership may be required
Looking to rehome this cat.
He is around 1y old, neutered vaccined and he is out indoor pet.
He is trained to use litter box and he doesn’t make a mess.
I am called up in army and i need to leave Ireland in early March.
Mr. David Kirwan of Currabaha East,, near Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford appeared before Waterford Circuit Court on Thursday last, Janury 11th, charged under Section 12(a) of the Animal Welfare Act.
Waterford SPCA Inspector Alice Lacey gave details of responding to a call from the public on March 5th 2015 to attend Mr. Kirwan’s home, which he shares with his father and sister. The court heard that the defendant had two greyhounds living outside in separate pens, along with one indoors.
Ms Lacey told the court that, accompanied by members of An Garda Siochana from Kilmacthomas Garda Station, three greyhounds were seized due to their poor condition, with one having to be euthanised immediately on arrival at the vets. The dogs were extremely underweight, and had pressure sores and open wounds from lying on a hard surface without any proper comfort for a prolonged period of time. One of the wounds on the dog which was euthanised dog went right down to the bone.
The dogs, aged between 4 and 6 years, had previously been tagged and registered with the Irish Greyhound Board. The court heard that two pets, an Alsatian and a Rottweiler were also living at the residence, were found in very good condition.
Inspector Lacey told the court that Kirwan was not at home when she called but she left him a note and he contacted her at 6pm that evening. They met in person at the address on March 9th and he had told her that he had de-wormed the dogs and “accepted responsibility”. He told her that he had been feeding the dogs on bread and “racer nuts”.
Judge Eugene O’Kelly said that it is “extraordinary” that this man could let these hounds get into such poor condition and that a Rottweiler and Alsatian were found in such good condition. Solicitor Paddy Gordon said that when his client became aware that the dogs were not thriving he “didn’t know what to do” and then “was afraid”.
Judge O’Kelly said that he could have contacted a vet.
Despite having the dogs confiscated by the ISPCA, and one having to be destroyed, Kirwan received the Probation Act and was ordered to pay €2,350 to the Waterford SPCA. Judge Kelly noted that Kirwan suffered from psychological difficulties, was “functionally illiterate”, and had no previous convictions.
He said: “If he comes back before this court he won’t be treated in the same way.”
We have attached photos of the sores found one of the greyhounds in this case. Visitors to our page may find them distressing.
Waterford SPCA are grateful to the Gardaí for taking the prosecuting and hope that it will help prevent and deter against neglect and maltreatment of animals. If you have any concerns about neglect, mistreatment or cruelty to animals please call Waterford SPCA at 051-841432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember one call can save an animal’s life.
The Society would like to acknowledge and sincerely thank both the Minister of Agriculture and all the people in DAFM for the ex-gracia funding and their help throughout 2017. Both are greatly appreciated.
On Monday 4th December 2017, in Clonmel District Court, Damien Power with an address at Turkstown, Co. Kilkenny was sentenced to two months imprisonment after pleading guilty to neglecting, or being reckless, regarding the health and welfare of a Patterdale terrier dog. The dog had severe injuries to its nose and jaw described in court as “consistent with some form of animal fighting”.
The case originated from a report to the ISPCA National Animal Cruelty Helpline from a member of the public who was concerned for the welfare of several dogs.
Waterford SPCA Inspector Alice Lacey visited the defendant’s property on Friday 8th January 2016 accompanied by Gardaí from Kilkenny Station. A number of dogs were found on the property and Inspector Lacey was particularly concerned about one male Patterdale Terrier with severe injuries to his lower jaw and nose.
The dog was immediately seized and brought to the City Vets in Waterford City for urgent veterinary assessment. It was the opinion of the attending veterinary surgeon that the dog had not received appropriate treatment its horrific injuries. The vet also believed that the injuries had been sustained over a period of time with a number of separate events contributing to the trauma to the dog’s face.
Inspector Lacey added: “The dog’s owner failed to seek veterinary treatment and had no regard for the suffering caused to this defenceless dog which would have endured extreme pain over a prolonged period of time. I would like to thank City Vets and the Waterford SPCA for their assistance in this case”.
Despite the best efforts of vets and care staff, the dog did not respond to treatment and had severe respiratory problems as a result of the injuries. Based on veterinary advice, he was euthanised on welfare grounds to prevent further suffering.
The Judge said the accused had shown a reckless disregard for the suffering of the dog and due to the veterinary evidence he could have considered a higher scale of sentencing but took Mr. Power’s guilty plea into consideration and imposed a two month custodial sentence .
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2 Black Female kittens need a new home.
They are just about 2 months old.
Mother is vaccinated and recently got spayed.
Lily, a much loved young cat went missing from the Island Lane area of the Dunmore Road ten days ago. She has a white coloured stomach and has black and orange/mustard colouring on her back. If you have any information about Lily, please contact the office at 051-841432 or email email@example.com to PM us on Facebook. Thank-you.