Join us in saving the cats – Roscommon SPCA appeal

Every day, Roscommon SPCA receives countless calls about cats in need of help; cats that are sick, injured, pregnant, or abandoned, cats that have no one to care for them or love them.

Here at Roscommon SPCA, we want to end this cycle of suffering and give these cats a chance for a better life. But we can’t do it alone – we need your help.

We need you to spay or neuter your cats, whether they are male or female. We need you to report any stray or feral cats in your area, and we need you to support our work with donations or volunteering.

We are all working as volunteers here at Roscommon SPCA, and we are doing our best to help as many cats as we can – but we can only do so much. We need you to help us to help them.

Our committee have been busy looking at ways we can help the community, and have come up with the Feral Cat Neutering Scheme. The neutering programme will be supported by donations and the Marchig Trust grant. We have launched a low-cost neutering scheme for all cats, where you can get your cat neutered for only €10 at participating vets. This scheme will run for three months and will help reduce the number of unwanted kittens and prevent health and behavioural problems in feral/homeless cats. We are also fundraising to continue this scheme in the future.

We need your help to make this scheme a success. If you are feeding or looking after a feral/homeless cat or a colony, please contact us to arrange a trap, neuter and return service (TNR). TNR is a humane and effective way to manage feral cat populations and improve their quality of life. You will need to transport the cat to and from the vet, and pay €10. The veterinary practice will then invoice us for the remainder, and the rest of the cost will be covered by us.

To support our discounted neutering scheme, we are launching a fundraiser on iDonate. We hope that your generous donations will help us keep this scheme running for a long time. Support the fundraiser by visiting