Submitted by Steve on 16:13, 27th Apr, 2016 | 0

Finding each animal a loving new home can often prove challenging as the hundreds in need that come through the doors may well have health issues, behaviour problems or even brought through no fault of their own.

From strays to road traffic accidents, lost cats to cats with welfare issues we help over a 1000 cats each year and help between 100 and 200 find a new home.

Some cats have health issues or behaviour problems and can be with us for many months with one cat taking over 2 years before a loving new home was found.

Towards the end of last year a lovely blue persian cat arrived at the Shelter that a family sadly could no longer care for.

She was with us for over a month, but we often find rehoming longer haired cats a challenge due to their grooming needs.

Biscuit as this lovely 4 year old female cat is called was found a wonderful new home last year and we have recently found out that she has already settled very well.

New owner Mark Freestone said "I just thought I would send you a little update on biscuits."

"She has settled in really well now, and has turned into a lovely persian."

"She is very loving and full of mischief, eats well and put on weight."

"She has got used to being groomed daily, even though she does not like her rear end being done, she tolerates it and her eyes are cleaned daily too."

Anna Paint Senior Animal Care Assistant said "Although it can be sad when we say good bye to the cats in our care we always make sure they find caring and loving homes."

"Biscuit was a fabulous persian cat and she needed a lot of grooming and care."

"Biscuits new owner is lovely and knows all about caring for persians and we are so pleased she has settled and doing well in her new home."

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said "We have over 300 animals in our care at the GSPCA and over half of them need new homes and ensuring they all find the right home can take some time."

"Biscuit has certainly found a wonderful new home and we are all so pleased for her at the GSPCA."

"There are many other cats and animals in need of new and loving homes."

"One of the cats close to my heart is our longest stay cat Monkey who is a diabetic and has been with us for over a year, she is a tortie and is so so friendly."

"There are many others and for those looking please do check out our website, give us a call or pop in the the GSPCA."

"For those that have a house full of pets or would like to donate to those in our care there are many ways you can see online or please do get in touch."

To see the animals in need of homes and the rehoming procedures please visit - http://www.gspca.org.gg/animals

For more details on our BIGGEST event of the year which is the Animal Welfare Seafront Sunday please go to - http://www.gspca.org.gg/page/animal-welfare-sea-front-sunday

To donate to the turtle or Bonnie the grey seal pup please call 01481 257261, pop along to the Animal Shelter in St Andrews, by post or by clicking the link below.

To become an Angel Pen Pal sponsor please click here.

 

If you find a sick our injured wild animal please call 257261 or click here for advice.

EXCITING NEWS - Animal Welfare Seafront Sunday this year on the 15th May 2016http://www.gspca.org.gg/blog/exciting-news-animal-welfare-seafront-sunday-year-15th-may-2016

Posted by GSPCA on Monday, 7 March 2016

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To see all of our events, links and fund raisers please click here

To donate towards the many animals in our care, you can do so by:

Calling: 01481 257261

By post or popping in the Shelter: GSPCA, Rue des Truchots, St Andrews, Guernsey, GY6 8UD

Or our Paypal page by clicking the link below

Our Just Giving Page by clicking here.

Or why not become an Angel Pen Pal Sponsor and give each month to help animals in our care by clicking here.

For your business to become a Corporate Angel Pen Pal sponsor please click here.

If you could help towards or new multi purpose building please click here to find out about the Build Partner programme.

If you are looking to adopt an animal and to complete an adoption form please click here. 

If you would like to fund raise or help the GSPCA please contact the GSPCA on 01481 257261 or email stevejbyrne@gspca.org.gg

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Posted by GSPCA on Tuesday, 30 June 2015

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There are many ways to support the work of the GSPCA and you can even donate online by clicking the paypal link below.

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