The charity - Cian's Kennels - was set up in memory of Cian Neary who died in 2019.
Patients at one of the country's busiest children's hospitals will soon be able to get a visit from their own dog or cat.
Work on a new €100,000 facility has started at Crumlin Hospital in Dublin so the pets can be kept on-site.
The charity - Cian's Kennels - was set up in memory of Longford's Cian Neary who died from a rare form of lymphoma in 2019.
Evelyn says her 15-year-old son missed his dog Cooper when he was undergoing treatment: