About Last Hope Animal Charity
Last Hope is composed of volunteers, willing to foster, transport, or otherwise assist in this massive rescue effort. We are supported entirely by donations and fundraisers. No one is a paid employee. We are all volunteers and pet owners. As the charity is a network of foster homes, the number of animals LHAC can care for at a given time depends on the number of available fosterers.
Who We Work With
We work in conjunction with the dog pounds and dog wardens in Meath and neighbouring counties, other organisations involved in helping animals and of course members of the public.
LHAC actively supports programs such as Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) which help decrease the number of homeless pets.
Adoption InformationAdoption Fee: The full Adoption Fee for a dog is €165.The fee goes towards vaccinations, spaying/neutering, worm and flea treatment, as well as microchipping.If you adopt a puppy that is too young to spay/neuter you will receive a voucher to get this procedure done once the puppy is old enough. The voucher is valid only with our own vet here in Navan. This helps us ensure all animals leaving Last Hope are neutered. The Adoption Fee for a cat or kitten is €60.The fee goes towards spaying/neutering. If you adopt a kitten that is too young to spay/neuter you will receive a voucher to get this procedure done once the kitten is old enough. The voucher is valid only with our own vet here in Navan. This helps us ensure all cats & kittens leaving Last Hope are neutered.Vaccinations are not covered by our adoption fee. We leave this responsibility up to the new owners while we focus on neutering and spaying to help get the cat population of Ireland under control.
Please complete Application form on http://www.lasthope.ie/index.php/i-want-to-adopt
Our team will contact you to discuss what animals we have available and arrange an informal home check.