Louth Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

The Louth Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has been in existence for over 50 years and current inspector Fiona Squibb has been doing this job voluntarily for over 15 years. The current law in Ireland does not make provision for preventing cruelty to animals, making Fiona’s job very difficult and quite often frustrating.

This website aims to make it easier to contact us to report an incident or perhaps help home an rescued animal. We also hope to bring you news from the frontline and report successful cases, highlighting the cause and perhaps helping to make better laws regarding animal cruelty.

If you have a case of animal cruelty to report, please contact us immediately. Perhaps you feel affected by the astonishing degree of evil humans can display towards fellow creatures and would like to help in some way? If so, please consider volunteering or perhaps making a donation. Please also consider becoming a member of the Louth SPCA if you feel you could do more.

For all reports of animal cruelty, please contact us via the below form with as much information as possible.

Report A Case Of Animal Cruelty

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