Welcome to the ISPCA. We are always looking for dedicated volunteers to help out at the National Animal Centre in Longford where we care for, treat and rehabilitate hundreds of animals brought into our care by our Animal Welfare Inspectors.
We are surrounded by 88 acres of beautiful surrounds including a secluded memory garden nestled in the woodlands. The National Animal Centre is Ireland's first purpose built rehabilitation centre which was opened in 2002. We care for all animals and have many horses, ponies, donkeys, foals, dogs, puppies, cats, kittens, small mammals & wildlife in our care at the National Animal Centre.
Volunteers must be over the age of 16 for insurance purposes.
You can also check out our list of member societies here http://www.ispca.ie/member_societies/ who are often looking for volunteers also.
Mission Statement (revised below)
Our mission is that through education, legislation and ongoing support for our 17 affiliated member societies, we can Prevent Cruelty to All Animals
The aim of the ISPCA is to prevent cruelty to animals, to promote animal welfare and to relieve animal suffering in Ireland. The ISPCA supports the aims of similarly minded animal welfare bodies throughout the world.
Our Mission is that through education, legislation and ongoing support for our 20 affiliated societies we can prevent Cruelty to All Animals.