Ten Lives Cat Rescue CLG is a small, volunteer-run organisation formed in July 2020, registered charity number 20206155.
The three principals involved in Ten Lives Cat Rescue are experienced rescue shelter volunteers, who saw at first hand the result of uncontrolled breeding among the stray and feral cat population: colonies expanding out of control, unhealthy kittens and regular outbreaks of potentially fatal diseases which could be entirely prevented by timely vaccination.
Ten Lives Cat Rescue will work with local communities to identify and map the feral cat population of South Wicklow and Co. Wexford, and prioritise the areas of greatest need in order to initiate and support a comprehensive TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) programme. Neutering and vaccinating the adults will not only reduce the number of kittens born but also help cats in these feral colonies live fuller and healthier lives.
Ten Lives Cat Rescue is registered with the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine on the Register of Sellers or Suppliers of Pet Animals and the Register of Premises in accordance with the Animal Health and Welfare (Sale or Supply or Pet Animals) Regulations 2019 (SI No. 681/2019), Registration Number: YPT200008C