RIP Major the GSPCA much loved cockerel
Posted by Steve on 22nd May, 2019 |
Many visitors over recent years will know the friendly and familiar face of Major the cockerel. Major turned up at the GSPCA with an elderly hen  a few years ago.  It was unclear if they were strays, just escaped from a near by farm or home or if they had been dumped at the GSPCA. Sadly...
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GSPCA team members training at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home
Posted by Steve on 22nd May, 2019 |
On the 28th March Seb Goman and Gemma Gaudion GSPCA Animal Care Assistants and on the 12th April ACA Ali Le Huray and Senior ACA Anna Paint travelled to Battersea for a full days training. This year Battersea Dogs and Cats Home launched their Battersea Academy.
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Animal Welfare Seafront Sunday - Prizes for all children in fancy dress, Free Chalk Drawing & free kids play area this Sunday
Posted by Steve on 22nd May, 2019 |
It's only days away until the GSPCA Animal Welfare Seafront Sunday and the team and those supporting are busy getting ready for the BIG day. Once again we will have a free kids zone area with chalk drawing, games, space hoppers and more to keep the little ones entertained. For any children in fancy...
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Cuddly toy appeal - GSPCA appeal for soft toys for our BIGGEST event of the year - Animal Welfare Seafront Sunday 26th May
Posted by Steve on 22nd May, 2019 |
At the GSPCA we are normally appealing for homes for animals, but we are currently appealing for your unwanted soft toys. The cuddly toys we are appealing for will found good homes as prizes on some of our games to help raise funds for the Shelter such as our upcoming Animal Welfare Seafront Sunday...
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Animal Welfare Seafront Sunday – Come listen to Mancini and Me on the 26th May
Posted by Steve on 22nd May, 2019 |
With so much going on this Sunday in St Peter Port please make sure its in your diary to come down and celebrate animals in Guernsey. This is our eighth Animal Welfare Seafront Sunday and we are all very busy with preparations here at the GSPCA. With a large cruise liner called the Crown Princess...
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