Purrrrrrrfect presents from a very kind hearted lady

Submitted by GSPCA on 14:43, 16th Jul, 2012 | 0

Recently we put out an appeal for volunteers to knit mice for the many cats we have at the Shelter as strays, looking for homes and also in for welfare reasons.Knitted cat mice thank you

We had a fantastic response and within days handed out dozens of patterns and since received hundreds of mice that have been hand made and now entertain the cats and kittens we have at the Shelter.


Torrey Canyon affects another bird - Olive the young kestrel is on the road to recovery

Submitted by GSPCA on 08:52, 10th Jul, 2012 | 0

Yesterday morning we were brought in another bird affected by the Torrey Canyon.

There are a number of birds nesting around Chouet and yesterday morning a caring member of public found a young kestrel with oiled feathers.

Olive as she is now named is at the Shelter, seen the vet and made it through the night which is a good sign but she has a long road to recovery.


Sidney's Sponsored Dog Walk raises over £1000 despite the bad weather

Submitted by GSPCA on 14:50, 3rd May, 2012 | 0

This Sunday gone volunteers led by Corrine  Connoly organised a sponsored dog walk which was also led by Corinne’s dog Sidney.

The route which was just under 5 miles went from Grandes Roques up to Pembroke Bay.  Despite the weather over 20 volunteers and participants took part with over a dozen dogs that also helped with stewarding and taking part in the walk.

The weather with high winds and wet at times proved chilly and cold so many of the dogs wore coats to keep them warm and dry as well as their handlers with Sidney sporting a very nice flying jacket.


A huge thanks to Curves and all those that helped donate over a tonne of animal feed

Submitted by GSPCA on 20:41, 17th Apr, 2012 | 0

During March Curves Guernsey at Admiral Park collected food to help the Women’s Refuge and the GSPCA.

The female only gym asked members to donate non-perishable food and donations for both the Women's Refuge and the Animal Shelter

Emma Trousdale Welfare and Education Officer popped down to collect the food from Becky Chandler and the team last week and couldn't believe it.

Emma said 'I couldn't believe how much they collected.'  'There was over a tonne of animal food which meant the van was packed top to bottom.'


Donate A Dog Bed Or Heat Pad

Submitted by GSPCA on 20:34, 16th Feb, 2012 | 0

Donate A Kennel ProofGuernsey dogs needing beds at the GSPCA Animal  Shelter Dog Bed For Our Welfare Dogs

At the GSPCA we always need your help.  There are many ways that you can support us and this is yet another.

We have signed up to a website that you can buy a dog bed online for the Animal Shelter.


Thank you to Guernsey Gas Ltd.

Submitted by GSPCA on 13:21, 13th Feb, 2012 | 0

As the New Year came and the Wildlife Unit filling with animals nearly every day, the hot water demand has been at full tilt for cleaning the many cages and feed bowls.

The boilers in this building being over 20 years old decided that they could cope no more and failed in January leaving the staff boiling kettles whilst we tried to figure out what to do.


Carey Olsen Law Firm Pay for GSPCA van and donate much more

Submitted by GSPCA on 18:25, 2nd Sep, 2011 | 0

Carey Olsen Charities Committee have worked hard in raising money for 3 charities which they nominated and these were Guernsey Cheshire Homes, Les Bourgs Hospice and the GSPCA.

They rose a total of £25,000 which they shared between the three charities. We received £8,242,93p.  The money paid for a new van for Lorna Prince (Welfare Manager) to enable her to do her much needed work on the island to help animals in need and the remainder is going to improve facilities for animals at the shelter.


Thank you to Next Generation IT

Submitted by GSPCA on 16:39, 1st Sep, 2011 | 0

We would like to thank Matthew Hale and all the team at Next Generation IT for the very kind donation of three PC's and lots of extras that will enable us to improve our service and save paper by computerising a lot of our records.

Thank you from all at the GSPCA.