Stray very poorly tabby and white cat on a drip at the vets found in Castel

Submitted by Steve on 16:40, 31st Aug, 2018 | 0

This afternoon a cat was rescued in a garden that had collapsed.

The female stray tabby and white cat is extremely thin and is extremely dehydrated so was rushed to the vets where she is currently on a drip.

She sadly has no microchip and blood results are showing she has some major health issues.

The cat was found in Castel and will need to stay with our vets as she is so poorly.

We are appealing to anyone that has lost their tabby and white cat to please call the Shelter on 257261 or to pop in to the GSPCA in St Andrews.

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Beautiful friendly stray black and white rex rabbit found near La Hougette School

Submitted by Steve on 22:08, 21st Aug, 2018 | 0

Last night a member of public while out found a very friendly black and white rex rabbit near La Hougette School.

Now in the care of the GSPCA, we are appealing to anyone that has lost their rabbit to please call the Shelter on 257261 or to pop in to the GSPCA in St Andrews.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “Last night was a very busy night shift a one of the strays to arrive that we are still trying to find an owner is a very pretty and friendly black and white rex adult rabbit.”

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Restaurant going snake - Stray young snake found on South Esplanade

Submitted by Steve on 09:08, 8th May, 2018 | 0

Last night just after 8pm GSPCA Ambulance Night Wardens were called out to the seafront in St Peter Port to collect the fourth stray reptile in a week.

Two stray tortoise have been claimed, the bearded dragon is still at the Shelter and we are appealing for an owner to come forward and the reptile rescued last night is a Ghost Corn Snake.

GSPCA Ambulance Night Wardens Matt Hill-Smith and Jen Bradshaw arrived at a restaurant on South Esplanade and found a very sweet, pretty, young Ghost Corn Snake.

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If you go down to the Cobo Nature Trail you might be in for a big surprise – Stray bearded dragon found

Submitted by Steve on 21:27, 3rd May, 2018 | 0

This evening a member of public while out for a walk along the Nature Trail near Cobo came across a wild animal more likely to be seen living in the desserts of Australia.

On a lovely Spring evening just after 8pm a bearded dragon has been found.

Now at the GSPCA although a little thin the reptile has been named ‘Debbie’ and is safe, warm with some fresh food and water in a vivarium.

The GSPCA are appealing to anyone that has lost their bearded dragon to please call the Shelter on 257261 or to pop in to the GSPCA in St Andrews.

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Canaries life saved from the snow and ice safe at the GSPCA with his owner on the way

Submitted by Steve on 16:22, 1st Mar, 2018 | 0

This morning we reported a stray canary that had been seen as a stray in the snow.

The stray canary had been seen this morning in a garden near Princess Royal Centre at Les Ozouet.

Only an hour ago the brird flew into a home near Melodonia on Route de la Houge de Pommier,.

Geoff George GSPCA Animal Collection Officer braved the snow and caught the bird which is now at the GSPCA and we are delighted to report we have found the owner who is on her way.

Helen Holmes GSPCA Admin Manager said "I've just taken the call and the owner is on her way."

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Report of stray canary out in icy weather

Submitted by Steve on 11:25, 1st Mar, 2018 | 0

We have just had a report of a stray canary being seen this morning in a garden near Princess Royal Centre at Les Ozouet.

It will likely be cold and weak so please watch out for this poor little bird that is unlikely to survive long in the current weather.

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Stray cat found in St Peter Port – long haired female tortie adult cat now at the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 10:04, 21st Sep, 2017 | 0

Last night the GSPCA warden on call collected a stray cat from St Peter Port and the GSPCA are currently appealing for an owner to come forward.

The female, tortie, long haired, adult cat is currently at the GSPCA, fit and well.

Sadly she has no microchip or tag and if anyone has any information please call the Shelter on 257261.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said "Last night GSPCA Warden Michelle Champion was called out to collect a stray cat that has been around the Capston Walk area in St Peter Port."

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Stray Muscovy Duck at the GSPCA found on La Monnaie

Submitted by Steve on 07:34, 12th May, 2017 | 0

On the 28th April a stray Muscovy Duck was found on La Monnaie and the GSPCA are currently appealing for an owner to come forward.

Now named 'Quackers' the bird is currently at the GSPCA, fit and well.

The adult bird has been at the GSPCA for nearly two weeks and if anyone has lost their Muscovy Duck or has any information please call the Shelter on 257261.

Yvonne Chauvel Senior Animal Care Assistant said "Quackers is doing very well but we would love to find the owner."

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Stray dog Molly is very shy around the Ladies Bay area - All sightings please call 07781 417515

Submitted by Steve on 16:27, 10th Mar, 2017 | 0

Currently a very shy dog is loose around the Ladies Bay area.

Molly a 7 year old black and tan cross breed went missing when out on a walk Tuesday morning.

The owners have been out day and night in search of Molly and have asked us to share her details in case you see her.

Molly has recently had a groom and trim and is wearing a red collar with cream paw prints with a tag with the owners details.

Molly is a rescue dog and very shy so unlikely to approach strangers.

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Have you lost your cockerel? Lawrence rescued with a head injury forgot his way home

Submitted by Steve on 15:35, 9th Mar, 2017 | 0

Last week on the 1st March a stray cockerel was rescued near the reservoir.

The bird was found with a head injury and collected by Animal Collection Officer Geoff George and is being cared for at the GSPCA.

Geoff George Animal Collection Officer said "We rescued the bird on the 1st March and are appealing for an owner to come forward."

"Despite his head injury he is doing well and if anyone is missing any animal in Guernsey please do call us on 257261."

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