What Wicklow SPCA does:
For one hundred years the Wicklow Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Wicklow SPCA) has worked tirelessly to rehabilitate and rehome animals. We provide love, care and much needed attention to hundreds of animals that are abused, mistreated and hurt throughout the year. This is why it's crucial that we ask for your support.
We believe that in order to try and prevent animal cruelty, education is key. In the navigation above, we provide you with some handy training tips, veterinarian tips and more so why not take a look and we are sure you'll find something helpful!
We would not be able to do our jobs without the help from the general public. Without your support and generous donations we would be unable to provide care for any of the animals. We have recently set up an online donations page and we ask for your continuous support. All proceeds go directly to helping the animals and we appreciate all donations. Click here to visit our donations page. Donations can be made anonymously if you wish.
"Harry" is one of our most recent cases of animal neglect to come into the Sanctuary. When he first arrived he was found to be very underweight, with a severe right eye injury. Unforunately the eye had to be removed, but Harry is now on the path to recovery.
He is gaining weight on a daily basis and has become a sanctuary favourite. If you would like to contribute to Harry's veterinary care and extended stay, you ca do so by clicking the link to IDonate.ie
We hope to have Harry back to his full health and up for adoption before Christmas.
Wouldn't it be great to see him living with a lovely family in 2013?