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Karl Brown – HELL & BACK

Thank you to Karl Brown and his team who took part in Ireland’s toughest obstacle course HELL & BACK to raise much needed funds for the Animal Trust Fund.

Foster / Adopt a Pet

She is a young female German shep cross, she has a sweet gentle temperament.
Please call 01 4624561



Thank you for taking the time to look at our Adopt/Foster a pet page. We constantly need kind carers to look after unfortunate animals who have been badly treated or separated from their owners and are in need of new homes…







white cat with badly burned ears sitting in a cage at the vets

We are desperately looking for a home for this female white adult cat. She has to be indoors as she has had some of her ears removed, due to severe sunburn. She is currently being kept in a cage in the vets in Athlone. Sadly, she is there a month today (20/09/2016) and she can’t stay there much longer. She is shy but with some time she will come round. She is spayed and tested negative to FELV/FIV. If anyone can help please call 086 3039634 – home check will apply.


Marty the blind cat sitting on a cosy blanket with foodUPDATE ON MARTY: 13/04/17
Thanks to everyone who inquired about Marty. He recently found his forever home with two very kind people who went to great efforts to accommodate Marty and his disability and did some research on how to care for a blind cat. He is doing great and very happy and is one very lucky cat.
A huge thanks to Patrick and Caron for opening up your home and hearts for Marty!



UPDATE ON JOEY: After 7 months of foster care by an ATF volunteer sadly a good home could not be found for Joey.  So with the help of a charity in Cork he found a family in Sweden. Before leaving he was neutered, vaccinated and got his passport.
We hope he’ll have a happy, long life there.






Donate to Feral Cat Awareness

Our aim is to raise awareness about the plight of stray, homeless, abandoned and feral cats in Ireland and promote trap, neuter & return (TNR) as a humane effective solution.

We volunteer our time and petrol money to help feral cats. We ask for a donation of €55 for a male and €65 for a female which is less than half the normal veterinary rate for neutering/spaying. Every donation helps us help more stray/feral cats and kittens. Please donate what you can here.

Donate to The Animal Trust Fund

Help The Animal Trust Fund by making a donation today. ATF relies on generous donations from the public. Our funding comes from monthly supporters and donations. We are not a government agency so your donation is very gratefully received.  Your donation will help us Save Lives and put a stop to Animal Cruelty in Ireland.