Share your love today this #GSPCAPurpleWeek as we celebrate 147 years from the day we were founded this Valentine's Day

Submitted by Steve on 13:13, 14th Feb, 2020 | 0

Today the GSPCA celebrates 147 years since the day we were founded.

To share your love this Valentine’s Day and help animals in Guernsey you can donate to the animals and our work by visiting   

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manage said “On the 14th February 1873 a group of concerned islanders identified there was a need to prevent animal cruelty and promote kindness and this gave birth to the GSPCA.”


First seal pup casualty of 2020 due to the storms arrives during #GSPCAPurpleWeek

Submitted by Steve on 12:12, 14th Feb, 2020 | 0

147 years ago yesterday there was no such thing as the GSPCA to help animals in Guernsey as today on Valentine's Day we celebrate our anniversary.

Yesterday around 430pm the GSPCA were called out to the Shingle Bank on the West Coast of Guernsey to what they found was a very poorly, thin , dehydrated and chesty grey seal pup.


Donkey Linedance fun by Rosalyn Harris in aid of #GSPCAPurpleWeek

Submitted by Steve on 16:47, 12th Feb, 2020 | 0

There have been many activities going on this week to celebrate and support the #GSPCAPurpleWeek and today a really fun event took part as the Donkey Linedance group with Roslyn Harris dressed with a purple theme while they line danced and made donation’s to help the many animals in our care and work of the GSPCA.

An amazing £135.17p was raised and from all at the GSPCA and the animals a huge thank you.


Today starts the first day of #GSPCAPurpleWeek - are you getting involved?

Submitted by Steve on 12:06, 10th Feb, 2020 | 0

Today is the first day of #GSPCAPurpleWeek

The GSPCA was founded in 1873 and to help celebrate 147 years caring for animals in Guernsey we are asking for your help.

There are many ways you, your school, group, work place, business can help celebrate.

Starting today on the 10th February and celebrations will carry on until the 16th with our anniversary being Valentines Day the 14th February.


GSPCA Advice As High Winds Continue

Submitted by Steve on 11:51, 10th Feb, 2020 | 0

Bad weather and extreme winds means it is difficult for hedgehogs and wild birds to feed normally, and young seal pups can easily be separated from their mothers.

Below is some advice on what you can do if you find an injured animal, but please remember we have a 24 hour emergency service and our number is 01481 257261.

If possible, contain the animal before calling - see our capture and boxing advice below.

Capture and boxing


SOLD OUT - GSPCA Pub Quiz at the Cock and Bull Wednesday 25th March

Submitted by Steve on 16:54, 5th Feb, 2020 | 0

We are delighted to announce that all of the tables for the GSPCA Pub Quiz at the Cock and Bull on Wednesday 25th March have been filled.

We continue to appeal for raffle prizes and those visiting on the night are welcome to buy tickets but with 14 teams we now have a full house.

A huge thanks to all that have supported and coming on the night and watch this space for further quiz nights to be planned.


A very happy Rummie with his new sister Bundi both adopted from the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 17:42, 4th Feb, 2020 | 0

At the GSPCA we help 100’s of dogs and their owners every year from strays to microchipping, welfare calls to those locked in hot cars.  We are asked to help rehome 40 to 50 dogs each year which come in for a variety of reasons, many through no fault but due to changes in circumstances.

Last year we rehomed the now named Rummie to a lovely new family. The new owners of Rummie a Jack Russell Terrier had adopted another JRT called Bundi and we have recently received this update from the lovely new owners –


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.


From all of the GSPCA a huge thanks to the fantastic Livingroom team

Submitted by Steve on 17:52, 3rd Feb, 2020 | 0

Last week Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne not only met and showed some of the Livingroom team around the GSPCA to show them the many animals and work that goes on but received an amazing donation of £3,149 from them.

The Livingroom team last week said “The team at the GSPCA do an amazing job looking after the island’s lost, stray and sometimes forgotten animals.”


Fire training thanks to Nickie Browning the Fire & Rescue Service Fire Safety Officer

Submitted by Steve on 17:23, 3rd Feb, 2020 | 0

The GSPCA are once again hugely grateful to Nickie Browning the Fire Safety Officer for the States of Guernsey.

For over 2 years Nickie has not only helped the GSPCA update our fire safety procedures, she has also carried out training with our team.

Once again last month Nickie spent two mornings with the team to train them in safety procedures if there was an emergency or fire at the GSPCA.