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Charity Registration No: 20072735 – CHY 18790 – Company No: 745131 is a non-profit organization run by people who volunteer their time. We look out for the care and protection of animals in County Roscommon, Ireland. We believe that animals should have:

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The Roscommon SPCA extends its heartfelt gratitude to Emily Miller, Sales & Marketing Manager at Petmania, along with Lauren and Dan from the Petmania Roscommon Town branch, for their substantial donation.

The generous contribution of dog food and three cosy beds plus a supply of SEVEN Optimal Oil will significantly aid in the nurturing and well-being of the three rescued collies Bubba, Brody and Boo. Such acts of kindness are invaluable to Roscommon SPCA, as we rely heavily on community support to continue our mission of caring for and protecting animals in need.

This gesture not only provides immediate comfort and sustenance to the dogs but also serves as an inspiring example of community involvement and corporate social responsibility.

The generosity of donors can make a significant difference in the lives of rescue animals like Bubba, Brody and Boo. With the support for their welfare and veterinary care, as well as the essential donations of food and beds, these three collies have a bright future ahead. I will post updated pictures of them soon. Thank you all so much.

Why Microchip my dog?

▶️It’s a legal requirement

▶️If your pet gets lost, you have a much greater chance of being reunited

DSPCA, Dogs Trust Ireland, Ispca

The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust was established in 1989 by the late Madame Jeanne Marchig of Geneva, because of her deep concern for nature and
animals and in memory of her husband, the painter Giannino Marchig.

The objects of the Trust are to protect animals and to promote and encourage practical work in preventing animal cruelty and the relief of animal suffering.

These objects are pursued by the Trust in two ways, Grants and Awards.

We are delighted to have received a grant of €8,000.00 in 2023 from the The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust to help towards the cost of the TNR program for homeless and stray cats in County Roscommon. Your contribution has made a remarkable difference in helping the vast number of cats that have been Spayed and neutered in the County.

The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust

Many thanks to Athlone & Castlerea Credit Union Limited for their generous and very much appreciated donation to Roscommon SPCA CLG.

FUNDRAISING – Get started with Facebook fundraising.

We are preparing for the upcoming kitten season, which will bring many challenges and opportunities for our work. We are constantly raising funds to support our mission of caring for sick and injured animals. Every donation makes a difference and helps us save lives.

How can you make a difference for them?

You can create a Facebook fundraiser and ask your friends to join you in supporting Roscommon SPCA. Whether you are walking, running, skipping, or swimming, you can turn your activity into a fundraising challenge.

To create your fundraiser, follow the link below and follow the steps. It’s simple and fun to share your progress with your friends and reach your target. All donations go straight to Roscommon SPCA through our official Facebook page.

You can also Donate via PayPal. To donate via PayPal, you do not need a PayPal account, just click on the link


Spaying and neutering are the best ways to prevent unwanted litter of cats and dogs that often end up suffering and dying on the streets. Spaying and neutering are simple, low-cost surgeries that can save thousands of lives by reducing animal overpopulation. Spaying and neutering have a huge impact: One female cat and her offspring can produce up to 370,000 kittens in seven years! If you live in Roscommon and want to spay or neuter your cat at a discounted rate of €20, please call us at 087 050 5594. You may need to show proof of address.

This program is supported by Roscommon SPCA and the Department of Agriculture Animal Welfare grant 2023. We also thank the Marchig Animal Welfare Trust for their generous contribution.

Please help us spay and neuter more cats in our community

Our AGM will be held on Tuesday 28th November 2023 @ 6:30 pm in Castlerea Enterprise Hub, Demesne, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon F45 AC96

Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who supported our fundraising events on August Bank Holiday weekend 2023.

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Lots of lovely cats & kittens looking for a home. Click Here Our dogs and puppies looking for a home. Click Here

Roscommon SPCA thanks the Department of Agriculture for its annual funding of €48,875.00 for 2023.

This enables us to carry on with our Community Spaying & Neutering Programme.

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