GSPCA Adoption and Rehoming all moved online and over the phone - PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THE SHELTER AT THIS TIME

Submitted by Steve on 14:25, 27th Mar, 2020 | 0

Due to Coronavirus the GSPCA is only operating essential services.  All of our rehoming is now online, telephone and through the post as we are avoiding visitors to the Shelter at all costs in line with advice from the States of Guernsey.

With animals still arriving and being rescued, unwanted, stray and abandoned the GSPCA have to look at ways we can help rehome animals in our care.

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HAPPY NEWS - Charlie the cat loving her new home

Submitted by Steve on 11:50, 23rd Mar, 2020 | 0

At the GSPCA finding an animal a new home is a very special moment as we wave them off on their new adventure.

When we hear how they are doing it is even more heart warming and earlier this year we found a very special cat a home called Charlie.

Charlie's new owner contacted us recently with an update and said “I am pleased to confirm that Charlie has settled in with us really quickly.”

“She has become a valued family member.” 

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Priscilla loving her new home

Submitted by Steve on 17:23, 4th Feb, 2020 | 0

At the GSPCA we love to hear how the animals that we have rehomed are doing in their new homes.

Recently got some lovely pictures of Priscilla a beautiful long haired black and white cat who first arrived as a stray at the GSPCA this time last year.

Sadly no owner was found, she had no microchip and we discovered a number of ailments which needed a long period of veterinary care to get her feeling well enough to be available for rehoming.

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Dexter the young cat really loving life in his new home

Submitted by Steve on 13:37, 4th Dec, 2019 | 0

You may have seen our two recent posts on older cats desperately in need of homes and how Spud and Dexter are settling well in their forever homes.

This is Dexter one of our rare younger recent residents that as you can see is loving his wonderful new home.

It is great that we see very few kittens in need or suffering, but this does mean we don’t often have many young cats in need of homes, but we certainly have many older cats needing that special someone.

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Bandit another older cat very happy in his new home

Submitted by Steve on 13:15, 4th Dec, 2019 | 0

You may have just seen the story on Spud a 15 year old cat now happy in his forever home. We recently had another update from a cat called Bandit.

Anna Paint Senior Animal care Assistant said “Bandit was an 11year old cat that when he arrived needed a bit of dental work.”

“Older cats very often need very special homes which are few and far to find but after 6 months of care we found this lovely cat just the right home.”

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Spud an older cat happy in his new home

Submitted by Steve on 12:42, 4th Dec, 2019 | 0

Finding the older cats new homes in Guernsey is often a struggle and no more so than for the lovely Spud.

It took over 7 months for us to find this loving wonderful cat his forever home which we are delighted to say he is doing very well in.

Anna Paint Senior Animal care Assistant said “Spud was with us for 7 months before he went to his forever home and we are delighted to say he is doing very well and we are getting lots of updates as his new Dad is one of our wonderful volunteers.”

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12 year old Tiger happy in his new home

Submitted by Steve on 15:35, 8th Oct, 2019 | 0

This Summer Tiger a 12 year old tabby cat found his forever home and we recently got a wonderful update on how he is settling into his new home.

His new owner said “Tiger is settling in beautifully!”

“As you can see from the attached photo he is very happy in his new bed, loves to have cuddles watching the t.v., and is having great fun playing with the child.”

Anna Paint Senior Animal care Assistant said “It is so lovely to see Tiger so happy in his new home.”

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Blind cat Bertie has been through so much and needs a very special home

Submitted by Steve on 09:13, 5th Aug, 2019 | 0

This Spring a lovely cat called Bertie came into our care.

The 7 year old cat was found as a stray with a number of health problems including his eyes not being in good health.

Anna Paint Senior Animal Care Assistant tells us of Berties story “Bertie came in to us as a stray in May and straight away we realised that he had a problem with his eye sight and he was in a poor condition, Bertie was sent straight to the vets to get checked over as blindness in cats can be caused by a number of issues.”

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Tiger the loving cat adores his new forever home

Submitted by Steve on 14:08, 14th Jun, 2019 | 0

We always love to hear how animals adopted from the GSPCA and here is a little update from Tiger the cats new home.

New owner Di Lihou said “Very happy to say Tiger has settled in with us very quickly and is such a loving and affectionate cat who loves loads of attention.”

“We were keen to rehome a cat from the GSPCA as have had one from you in the past and they have always been happy and well looked after.”

Ali Le Huray GSPCA Animal Care Assistant said “Tiger was such a loving cat and its great to hear and see that he is very happy in his new home.”

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Please donate to loving Amballes the stray cats surgery who was hit by a car

Submitted by Steve on 10:35, 31st May, 2019 | 0

On Saturday 25th May a white and black cat was hit by a car and rushed to the vets.

Amballes as the cat has been named was rescued by the GSPCA Warden on Les Amballes in St Peter Port and sadly has no chip or owner come forward.

The cat has been at the vets since Saturday and requires a huge amount of surgery to survive.

You can donate to her much needed operation by visiting –

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