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Welcome to our new website!

| Uncategorized | February 7, 2012

It’s been a long time coming, but we’re delighted to finally present our new website – a huge thank you to our friends who volunteered their web design skills and completed the work for us at no cost.

We hope this site will make it easier for pets and their families to be reunited. Users can now search for keywords in the lost and found listings, using the search bar on the homepage. Some of our little wanderers are quite adventurous and can travel far and wide, so a map is provided with each listing. Users can upload up to three pictures with each listing, and we encourage users to be as comprehensive and specific as possible when describing an animal, in order to maximise the chances of it being recognised.

We also hope you’ll take some time to browse through the Munster Lost and Found Pet Helpline’s rescue dogs and cats, featured at the top of the homepage. All these little guys are girls are hoping to find loving new forever homes, so if you know anyone looking for a new addition to the family, please let them know. We fully support all our adopters through the process of taking on a new pet, and we are available for help and advice at every turn. And remember, all rescue dogs from the Munster Lost and Found Pet Helpline are neutered/spayed, vaccinated, wormed, microchipped and vet checked.

Have a browse around to find advice on what to do if you’ve lost or found a pet, a list of useful contacts, and plenty of advice on responsible pet ownership – we think this will be helpful to all pet owners, not just those who have a missing pet.

Finally, all the work we do at the Helpline is completely voluntary, and we rely on the kindness of our supporters to continue reuniting and rehoming dogs and cats. Please check back for news of fundraising events and competitions, or click the “Donate” button on our homepage to contribute. Every euro is gratefully recieved by our volunteers, and also by our four-legged friends, who send lots of woofs and meows of gratitude to all who help us!

Mafi spent most of the design process sitting on the computer making sure everything looked purr-fect!

A little about the Helpline…

| Uncategorized | February 7, 2012

 At the Munster Lost and Found Pet Helpline, we help lost pets find their way home.

At The Munster Lost and Found Pet Helpline, we help lost pets find their way home. Since our foundation, we’ve reunited hundreds of pets with their families, and found loving new homes for many more. We seek to reunite lost pets with their owners through our helpline and database of lost and found pets in Munster. Our helpline provides practical advice on responsible pet ownership to all pet owners, as well as those who have lost or found a pet and are unsure of what to do.

In emergency situations, we provide shelter for stray pets, either at our small rescue centre in Cork, or with one of our foster families. If an owner is not found, we find loving new permanent homes that are thoroughly checked before the pet is adopted. We have a small group of dedicated volunteers who work with our rescues, helping to prepare them for new homes by spending time with them and socialising them. Every pet that we rehome is neutered or spayed, as well as being fully vaccinated and microchipped. We will never allow a healthy animal in our care to be destroyed.

We are an entirely voluntary organisation – every cent we raise goes directly to caring for the dogs and cats we’ve taken in, as well as keeping the helpline up and running. This means we are hugely dependant on the generosity of our supporters  in order to continue our work. We are incredibly grateful for any donations we receive; every euro donated is a huge help! Click here to find out how you can help us.


Dog of the Week

ackson is a seven month old male Labrador X. He was injured very badly in a road traffic accident, but with his own determination as well as lots of loving care, he has since made a full recovery. He was an excellent boy while recovering from his accident; wagging his tail caused him pain, but he still did it to say thank you, poor little guy!

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