I'd spent an hour looking for this stone about three years back. After that failed visit, Tom Fourwinds stumbled upon it and I'd been meaning to visit for quite a while.
This was our first site visit of the day and we were delighted to see that it had a small black cat/kitten as a sentinel. The basin on this one is huge, maybe a foot across. It's cemented into the boundary wall, above the small tributary of the Liffey that flows past the front garden in suburban Clane.