Dundalk vet practice issues appeal for foster carers

Cats and kittens in urgent need of homes

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A Dundalk kitten in urgent need of a home

A DUNDALK veterinary clinic has issued an urgent appeal to all animal lovers in Louth asking them to foster cats and kittens in “desperate” need of homes.

The Avenue Veterinary Hospital on the Avenue Road, Dundalk issued its appeal on its Facebook page. The local veterinary practice posted: “We are currently inundated with cats and kittens who are all in desperate need of homes!

“They are all really friendly cats who would make lovely pets so we would love to see them all get homes for Christmas!

“If you think you could offer a home to any of them please call us on 042-9339648 or stop by any time to visit them, or contact Fiona Squibb with the LSPCA.”

Dundalk Dog Rescue is also appealing for foster carers as it is currently operating at peak capacity and can't take any more dogs out of Louth dog pound.

A Dundalk Dog Rescue volunteer is encouraging people who are not in a position to foster to donate to the charity instead via dundalkdogrescue.ie