The ISPCA has seized a young pony that was found tied to an electricity pole without food or water, in Clonmel, Co Tipperary.
Gardaí in Rathcoole are investigating after a convoy of horse sulkys were recorded racing down a Dublin road.
The support of charity gift collections, from shoeboxes to Bóthar’s sheep, comes from this desire to use the extra that some of us have to help those who need it.
The ISPCA responded to a call from the public after a passerby notices a hedgehog roaming around a housing estate in Carrigaline, Co Cork, in a disorientated state.
Many councillors said they now felt a naming and shaming policy was the only way they were going to stamp out the problem which is blighting many towns and villages in the county.
Over €4,000 in donations has been raised to go towards the cats medical bills.
Abandoned puppies, a goose entangled on discarded fishing line, runaway rabbits, dozens of homeless kittens and a lurcher dog in a shocking condition were among the rescue missions conducted by the ISPCA over the past month.
The Deel Animal Action Group, in Newcastle West, Co Limerick, posted graphic pictures they were sent by a woman who discovered the injured cats in her yard.
The ISPCA has taken thirteen adult pointer dogs, along with the puppies, into its care.
The lurcher, who was later named Rover, was rescued from Moydow and was suffering from severe mange and malnutrition.
It is not known how long the animals were left abandoned but the ISPCA say a fifth guinea pig was found dead when they arrived.
Eight fire salamanders and a natterjack toad were intercepted by Customs officers in Dublin in recent months.
A charity is warning animal owners to keep them safe during the forecasted heatwave expected to blanket the country over the next several days.
Solidarity-PBP's Ruth Coppinger is to meet the Agriculture Minister to seek clarity on his plans to ban fur farming in Ireland.
Meath County Council has been criticised for giving the go-ahead for a music festival at Tayto Park.
The snake, named Sammi by rescuers, is described as “hanging in there” but it is still very uncertain as to whether she will pull through.
The ISPCA has been forced to set up temporary dog kennels at its Co Cork equine centre due to an increase in dog cruelty cases and a crackdown on rogue puppy farmers.
The ISPCA handled a record 17,338 calls about animal cruelty last year with its staff carrying out 3,494 inspections and taking 1,102 animals into care.
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) has warned that the organisation needs more funding to cope with the increase in animal cruelty cases reported last year.
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, has criticised French handlers who were filmed allegedly abusing Irish cattle in Cherbourg.
More than 17m Easter eggs were consumed in Ireland last year, according to recycling industry body Repak, which is encouraging the public to learn where to dispose of their packing this weekend.
A Cork landlord has revealed a house he owns had to be gutted after rubbish was left in every room.
The idea of animal rights means many different things to many different people, but there is a consensus around wanton animal cruelty. The industrialisation of farming makes it an ever more challenging issue.
A Carlow man whose farm was “strewn with skeletal remains” has lost an appeal against the severity of his three-year prison sentence for “shocking” levels of animal cruelty.
Author, blogger and broadcaster Holly White has recently published a cookbook, ‘Vegan-ish’, featuring vegan recipes and tips on cruelty-free food shared on her blog.
The ISPCA has confirmed a closure notice has been served on a premises in Co Roscommon where 86 dogs were rescued last week.
Kittens were heard meowing from inside a charity clothes bin at a shopping centre and yesterday the woman responsible for this said she was absolutely mortified by her own behaviour.
An animal charity is urging pet owners to keep their pets safe during the current heatwave forecast to blanket the country in sizzling temperatures for the next week.
Over 1,250 animals were seized by or surrendered to the ISPCA last year.
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The ISPCA said it has not received any information from the public relating to the death of a horse on a residential street in Cork on Tuesday.
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is “stretched to breaking point” due to the volume of animal cruelty reports it is receiving.
A 65-year old farmer today pleaded guilty to a charge in connection with the dumping of 12 decomposing animal carcasses from a 300 ft high cliff four years ago in west Clare.
The ISPCA have rescued a donkey with a rope collar "severely embedded" into its nose and chin.
The ISPCA is appealing for new homes for a number of cats currently in the care of the ISPCA National Animal Centre in Longford.
A man in Co. Cork has been disqualified from owning or keeping dogs for 12 months after being convicted of cruelty to a dog.
Plans for the first Traveller horse grazing project of its kind in Cork have been reined in.
The ISPCA is appealing for homes for 28 Jack Russell Terrier dogs and puppies.
Consumer advice with Gráinne McGuinness.
The ISPCA have rescued a donkey which had lain in a field and not moved for two days, according to the person who had spotted it.
The Government is being urged to teach children about animal cruelty in schools.
A Tipperary man has been fined €250 and ordered to pay a further €850 in costs for failing to care for his dog.
An American anti-poaching and conservation group has offered a €4,000 reward for information leading to the identification of two men who threw a dead dolphin out a window during a party at a student apartment complex in Cork.
A special application has been made to Cork County Council for permission to develop a Traveller horse grazing project on the outskirts of Cork City.
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