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RESCUING AND REHOMING ANIMALS IN KERRY SINCE 2006

DOG REHOMING

Dogs come into KLAWS’ care from a variety of sources. It can be a litter of unwanted puppies, a failed working dog, or a dog whose owner has either passed away or gone into residential care. What all our dogs have in common is that they are looking for a loving forever home. Some of those dogs would be better suited for a single-person household, others would thrive as members of a big family. But they all need a warm bed, love, attention and security in their forever homes. If you would like to adopt a dog, please click here

CAT REHOMING

Rescue cats and kittens may be found on roadsides, abandoned in derelict buildings, left motherless or starving after a fallout from yet another 'accidental pregnancy', etc. But, luckily, good people have not disappeared from this world and give us hope and encouragement to continue on our mission to keep rescuing and rehoming stray, abandoned or semi-feral cats. If you are looking to add a fluffy new member to your family, look no further - chances are, we probably have one ready to be rehomed who is just perfect for you! To adopt a cat, please click here

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DOG/CAT FOSTERING

Ever wonder what it's like to make a difference in a life of someone in need? Become a fosterer and find out! Fostering rescue animals is a highly rewarding experience and a beautiful way of giving back to your community. Of course, it's not just fosterers we're always looking for, we welcome all kinds of help! To find out more and/or apply, please click the button below.

OUR CHARITY SHOP

IN KENMARE

OPENING HOURS

 

MONDAY TO SATURDAY

11 AM - 4 PM

We are located in the SuperValu Shopping Centre.

Pop in and say hello!

Upcycle and reuse to your heart's content:)

And the best thing - every cent you spend will go towards helping animals in our care!

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YOUR DONATION MATTERS!

We couldn't do what we do without the kindness of our donors, supporters. and the DAFM grant.

It's true: every little helps!

And there are different ways you can show your support for a great cause - your can shop till you drop

or just click the button down below;)

THANK YOU!

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VISIT OUR

ONLINE SHOP

Why not give twice with one click?

Every purchase in our online shop will put a smile on your loved one's face and help us help the animals in our care get closer to finding their loving forever home:)

Go on, have a look at the gorgeous art and craft pieces that local artists have so generously donated to us!

NOW'S THE TIME TO GET
YOUR CAT NEUTERED!

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LET'S TALK...

MICROCHIPS

The Microchipping of Dogs Regulations 2015 declare that from 31 March 2016, all dogs in Ireland must be microchipped for identification. The microchip is a read-only device in a sterile, non-reactive and bio-compatible casing that has a unique identification code. It is a unique 15-digit number, not your personal information, which is stored in a DAFM approved dog microchip database. There are 4 DAFM approved microchip databases in Ireland: FIDO, Animark, IKC, Micro Dog ID. The microchip is no bigger than a grain of rice. Once inserted under the dog’s skin, it will remain there in place for the rest of his/her life. Most veterinarians provide microchipping services in Ireland. It gets implanted between the dog’s shoulder blades. The procedure is no more complicated or hurtful for your dog than a standard vaccination. Make sure to keep the database updated: if you change address, please notify your microchip database provider. It is especially important in case you change your phone number, as that is usually the primary means of contact with you. *Even though cats in Ireland are not yet legally required to be microchipped, we at KLAWS do recommend it. It is a small thing to do for your peace of mind, especially if your cat’s the wandering kind.

NOTHING MAKES US HAPPIER THAN A HAPPY ENDING:

Greetings from Forever Homes

To report animal cruelty, please contact one of the following organisations:

Kerry SPCA phone 066-712 8588, website www.kerryspca.org

ISPCA phone 0818-515 515, website www.ispca.ie

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