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Hidden among the hills of south Donegal, tucked behind a shroud of fir trees, is one of Ireland’s most controversial farms.
Irish fur farmers feel the chill as ban phased in
2 July 2019
Ireland’s Cabinet agreed to the phased dis-establishment of fur farming in Ireland yesterday.
ISPCA: Ireland bans fur farming
26 June 2019
Eight fire salamanders and a natterjack toad were intercepted by Customs officers in Dublin in recent months.
Eight fire salamanders and a natterjack toad the latest in a series of exotic animal seizures
25 June 2019
This week The Irish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ISPCA officially launched the #FurFreeIreland campaign calling for an end to inhumane fur farming and for the closure of remaining fur farms in Ireland.
ISPCA: #FurFreeIreland Campaign launched!
15 November 2018
Thanks to the hard work of several member organisations of Eurogroup for Animals, Ireland becomes the 20th EU Member State to introduce a ban or restrictions on the use of wild animals in travelling circuses.
Irish success! Wild animals banned from circuses as of 1 January
10 November 2017