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Animal Sanctuary in Navan

Find out about our work, our animals and all different ways you can help us.

About Us

At Back Into Daylight we create a safe and loving forever home for farmed and domestic animals in need. We also rehabilitate injured and sick wild animals and release them back into the wild. We promote a vegan philosophy and encourage people to speak out against the use and abuse of animals in the farming industry. By sharing the stories of our residents with the public, we strive to show people the incredible beauty, serenity and individuality of other animals.

Charity Number: 20204746. CHY:  22518

Our Residents

Get to know our beautiful animals and learn their unique stories. At the moment we care for over 600 animals: goats, pigs, cats, ducks, geese, dogs, pigeons, hens, cockerels, small birds and many more.

Our Sanctuary

We are a non-profit animal sanctuary in Eastern Ireland that is growing by the day. We rescue various animals and always strive to give them the best life possible. Discover our work and our commitments.

How You Can Help

Our sanctuary is growing by the day and at the moment we only rely on a small group of volunteers and private donors to run the sanctuary. Find out about the different ways you can support us.


Food For Thought

It is not an act of kindness to treat animals respectfully. It is an act of justice.

– Tom Regan

Know Your Numbers

Worldwide, more than 70 billion land animals are killed for food every year. We run an outreach program to encourage people to end their part in any use and abuse of animals by refusing to buy and consume animal products.

Charitable Status

Back Into Daylight operates as a registered charity and has been recognised as of benefit to the community.

Charity Number: 20204746

Get In Touch

backintodaylight@gmail.com

We will do our very best to respond to your query within 72 hours but please have patience with us if it takes a bit longer.

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Animals in Distress

If you find an animal in need of urgent medical attention, please visit your local veterinary surgery before reaching out to us.