The cat is out of the bag!
The ISPCA is appealing for homes for a large number of cats and kittens.
It's a busy time of year for the welfare charity with 91 cats and kittens currently in their care.
The kittens are being cared for in locations in Longford, Donegal and Mallow.
Just look at their little faces!
Overpopulation of cats is leaving the ISPCA with overcrowding issues, so they're eager to find homes for them.
A recent rescue found 10 kittens at a property in Co. Wicklow where the cats were breeding out of control.
ISPCA Centre Manager Hugh O’Toole said:
“Cat overpopulation is a serious animal welfare concern and we are currently caring for 68 cats and kittens at our National Animal Centre. Once they receive the veterinary all-clear, they will be moved from isolation to our main cattery when they are ready for adoption.”
How You Can Help
If you're looking for a new furry friend you can see all cats available for rehoming here.
Visitors are welcomed Wednesdays to Sundays from 11:30am to 4pm, which is perfect opportunity to meet you potential new companion!
The ISPCA ensures all cats they rehome are fully vaccinated, treated for parasites, neutered/spayed (when of age), and litter-trained.
If you're unable to adopt but would still like to donate you can do so here.