Corporate Social Responsibility


Little Hill Animal Rescue

A non-profit organisation where the main goal is the rescuing of ex commercial hens, that would otherwise be slaughtered. These hens are then rehomed all over Ireland. The charity also rescues other animals such as cats, dogs, horses and sheep, who were abandoned, abused or neglected.

HF offer Little Hill discounted rates on the treatment of animals, 24hr on call service, orthopedic service with our top orthopedic surgeon Alexis Collins.
– Advice from our in house specialist poultry vets.
– Flexible payment scheme.

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland​

Ireland’s first, purpose built Wildlife Rehabilitation & Teaching Hospital to help save the lives of thousands of sick and orphaned wild animals in Ireland.
The ultimate aim of the Hospital is the rehabilitation of wild animals for release and successful integration back into the wild.

HF offer discounted rates on treatment of wildlife.
– Discounted rates on medication & food.
– Weekly visit to treat injured or sick animals.
– Advise and direct line to Vets.
– Collection & drop off service provided.
– We have dedicated “Drop off” sites at our clinics in Maynooth, Edenderry and Naas, were members of the public can drop off sick or injured animals, transport to the WRI is then arranged.

Cats Aid

Help rescue, rehabilitate and find good homes for unwanted cats. It is a non-profit making organisation made up of volunteers who give up their time for cats.

– Discounted rates on neutering or treatment of stray cats.
– Flexible payment scheme.
– Flexible drop off times


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