Doggies in the window raise lots to help doggies in need at the GSPCA Animal Shelter

Submitted by GSPCA on 14:49, 23rd Apr, 2012 | 0

JOULES of Guernsey’s recent window display caused quite a stir amongst island dog lovers who took a liking to the 10 cardboard canines that resided at the front of the Pollet shop.

‘Since we made the display we had quite a few people asking if they could buy the dogs. The team and I thought this would be a great way to raise some funds for the GSPCA and we are so pleased how much we raised through the sealed bids for each of the cardboard cutouts,’ explained Joules’ Manager Carol Hutchins.


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.'


Thank you and well done to the Rainbow Guides

Submitted by GSPCA on 17:32, 10th Apr, 2012 | 0

Coleen Bisson from Rainbow Guides recently held a competition and above picture by Amelia Le Provost was judged to be the winner by Emma Trousdale Welfare and Education officer.  She choose the below as the runners up which were drawn by Colette Nicolle and Kristen.  Well done to all that took part they were all fantastic.