Jessie seems to have moved west - The search for Jessie the stray beagle cross

Submitted by Steve on 23:37, 26th May, 2015 | 0

This morning Jessie seems to have moved West.  After being located in and around St Andrews and St Martins for the last few weeks and working to catch her we have had reports this morning she had been spotted in Perelle this morning and at 2200hrs this evening a sighting near the Fleur de Jardin.

Previously Jessie the stray beagle cross has been seen on multiple occasions in and around the St Martins, St Andrews, St Peter Port and Forest area and we have been trying to feed her in and around a trap central to these locations.

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The search for Jessie the stray dog continues - thank you for all of the support

Submitted by Steve on 09:13, 26th May, 2015 | 0

Over the weekend staff and volunteers at the GSPCA have been out to multiple locations in search of Jessie.

Jessie the stray beagle cross is being seen on multiple occasions in and around the St Martins, St Andrews, St Peter Port and Forest area and we now have her feeding in and around a trap central to these locations.

Although GSPCA team members have got within metres of Jessie she is extremely nervous and takes off at speed when approached so we are using the trap as the best way to capture her.

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Closing in on Jessie the stray dog

Submitted by Steve on 17:57, 19th May, 2015 | 0

The GSPCA would like to report we are moving forward trying to catch Jessie the stray dog.

Jessie the stray beagle cross is being seen on multiple occasions in and around the St Martins and st Andrews area and we now have her feeding in and around the trap we have which we are using to try and catch her.

Although GSPCA team members have got within metres of Jessie she is extremely nervous and takes off at speed when approached so we are using the trap as the best way to capture her.

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The search for Jessie continues in St Martins and St Andrews

Submitted by Steve on 16:08, 17th May, 2015 | 0

Jessie the stray beagle cross is being seen on multiple occasions in and around the St Martins and st Andrews area.

Although GSPCA team members have got within metres of Jessie she is extremely nervous and takes off at speed when approached.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said "We have had quite a few sightings of Jessie but as soon as she is approached she takes off at speed."

"We were working in an area to try and trap her but she seems to have moved on from where she was bedding down."

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After their great escapes two tortoise are back home

Submitted by Steve on 17:37, 16th May, 2015 | 0

We are always looking for happy endings at the GSPCA and this week we’ve had two tortoise success stories.

Last week two stray tortoise were found one near Oatlands and another in St Saviour’s.

We advertised them both on our web site and social media and thanks to our facebook page both owners saw their beloved pets and contacted us and were shortly after reunited.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “It was lovely to reunite both tortoise with their owners Monroe as we called her was actually Charlie and Hugo was actually called Troy.”

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Update on Dude the very old sick cat found on the Bridge

Submitted by Steve on 18:21, 14th May, 2015 | 0

Yesterday we told you about Dude a very sick old stray cat that was found on the Bridge in St Sampson's.

He has just arrived back from the vets having had some tests and is a very tired lad so is currently asleep after a long day.

We are pleased that thankfully he has tested negative for feline aids and leukemia, but we have discovered he has high blood pressure which has resulted in his eyes hemorrhaging which has caused a loss in his sight.

We are awaiting further results which include tests for his thyroid and renal.

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Jubilee the injured stray cat is healing well - thank you for your donations

Submitted by Steve on 18:04, 14th May, 2015 | 0

Earlier this week we reported on Jubilee an injured stray cat that was rescued in the Castel area.

We would like to thank everyone for their donations towards Jubilee and we are pleased to report his eye is healing extremely well and he is improving daily.

He has had a full week of treatment and continues his assessment and time as a stray within the Animal Welfare Ordinance as all stray animals must be kept for a minimum 21 days at the GSPCA

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Stray tortie and white cat full of fleas and thin found in St Peter Port now at the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 23:37, 13th May, 2015 | 0

Just over a week ago a stray, female, tortie and white cat of around one year of age was brought into the GSPCA from St Peter Port.

On arrival she wasn't in the best of conditions with a very dirty coat, full of flea's, not acting very well in herself and extremely thin.

With no microchip or identification we are appealing for an owner to come forward, but it does appear that she had been out for some time.

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A very old thin sick stray cat found on the Bridge now at the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 23:04, 13th May, 2015 | 0

On Sunday night a very old, thin, weak sick cat was found on the Bridge in St Sampson's and brought into the GSPCA.

With no microchip or collar and tag the cat is now under the care of the team at the Animal Shelter.

'Dude' as he has been affectionately named is a black and white short haired cat that has many health problems and is painfully thin.

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We have her collar and seen her today - the search for Jessie the stray beagle cross

Submitted by Steve on 16:20, 12th May, 2015 | 0

Once again the GSPCA have been very close to Jessie the stray beagle cross that has been loose for 2 weeks.

Jessie has now settled in St Andrews and we have had a number of sightings of her.  Earlier today GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne spotted her as she took.

She originally went missing in St Martins and Jessie has been seen previously in Forest, Castel and near St Peter Port. 

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said "We have a good idea where Jessie the stray beagle cross is and we even found her collar earlier today."

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