Can you help the CSPCA find homes for these adorable puppies?

Cork Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals are looking for your help to find forever homes for a few of their furry friends.

Under new legislation, which came into effect on April 1, every dog in Ireland needs to be microchipped and registered.

The CSPCA currently has six puppies who are looking for a good home, where they will be cared for and played with everyday.

There is a mix of breeds including two Staffordshire Bull Terrier crosses as well as four Colley crosses.

All dogs adopted from charity have been chipped, registered, and vaccinated.

The CSPCA have public viewing areas which are open to the public, without appointment, between 10am - 12.30pm and 2pm - 4.30pm.

If you think you can help you can contact the CSPCA here - and don't forget to send us your story if you adopt any of our four-legged friends.

Keep an eye on over the next few weeks, where we will be profiling a number of animals up for adoption.


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