TESSA

MEET TESSA

The lovely Tessa is around seven weeks old and is looking for her forever home. If you would like to adopt Tessa, please fill in our adoption inquiry form here.

Tessa

FOSTERING KITTENS

We are inundated with kittens at the moment, some very young and need ongoing veterinary care and lots of handling.

Many have sore eyes and will need eye drops and antibiotics, if you can help foster, please fill in the online inquiry form.
All veterinary care will be provided by Roscommon SPCA via local

FOSTERING CATS & KITTENS

Roscommon SPCA is run on a day to day basis by volunteers and we are only a few, we cannot be everywhere, so we are looking for some help. We are inundated with calls about cats and kittens at the moment, including sick and injured ones. We are looking to set up a database of people willing to foster on a long term basis and in an emergency for our cats and kittens.

All veterinary care will be paid for us and we will provide as much food etc as we can. If you feel you can foster, please get in touch with us, we are not experts in everything we do but we always try our best. If you can help, please fill in our short online fostering inquiry form here.

SPAYING/NEUTERING PROGRAMME

 

CATS SPAYING – NEUTERING PROGRAMME

We are running our discounted Community Spaying/Neutering programme for all cats. The cost to spay/neuter a cat is €10 and the rest is funded by Roscommon SPCA.

Those wishing to apply can send their name, address, phone number and vet details to spca@roscommonspca.ie, or call/Text to 087-0505594 or message via Facebook. Once this information is received, a reference number will be given to you. A reference number will not be issued unless all of the information is provided. Proof of address may be required.

This is the ideal opportunity to get cats spayed/neutered now.

The importance of spaying/neutering:

Kittens can become pregnant at between 4 and 6 months old.

They can mate with their siblings. (Sick and deformed from inbreeding)

A gestation period of 2 months.

Spay at 2 months (approximately 2lb in weight). Spay after the first heat.

Cats can stay in heat constantly but generally 2 to 3 times a year and for several weeks at a time and for all of their lives. (No menopause). It is possible to have 5 or 6 litters per year. And can become pregnant by more than one Tom at a time.

 

CATS ADOPTION FORM