HELP US INVESTIGATE CRUELTY WITH OUR ECO APPEAL for GSPCA Animal Welfare Electric Ambulance Van and Charging Point

Submitted by Steve on 10:07, 24th Apr, 2021 | 0

After 10 years of service, a wonderful vehicle that was sponsored by Carey Olsen has had to retire and we are appealing for funds or a donation of a GSPCA Animal Welfare Electric Ambulance Van and Charging Point.

The GSPCA are called out to and investigate over 2000 calls or incidents of concerns of animal welfare every year 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

The GSPCA is striving to be as green as possible and we do our best for the environment and we would love to replace the retiring vehicle with a much more eco electric model and we are appealing for support.


Please sponsor TISE walking an incredible 3000 miles in aid of the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 09:51, 24th Apr, 2021 | 0

This month staff from The International Stock exchange (TISE) are collectively travelling on foot the distance between our office locations which equates to over 3,000 miles!

The donations will support their charity of choice for 2021, the GSPCA and all funds raised will be matched by TISE.

Any donations would be very gratefully received and you can donate here:


India, Titan and Joey the seal pups improving daily

Submitted by Steve on 00:23, 24th Apr, 2021 | 0

We thought we’d give a quick update on India, Titan and Joey the grey seal pups at the GSPCA.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “We are pleased to say that India, Joey and Titan are improving daily and eating well.”

“Combined they are eating over 50 fish a day and we really need your support and to donate to their care please visit


After 5 years and 1 month Bruce the giant Plecostomus with 3 friends heads to a forever home

Submitted by Steve on 00:04, 24th Apr, 2021 | 0

Last week the GSPCA team were overjoyed to wave off the largest fish ever in our care to his new home.

Bruce at over 18 inches in length arrived at the GSPCA in March 2016 and for over 5 years we have been trying to find him a new home.

Yvonne Chauvel Senior Animal Care Assistant said “Bruce is certainly the largest fish I have cared for at the GSPCA and the biggest we have probably ever had.”

“Bruce is a Plecostomus and spends most of his time relaxing and we really hope he will adore his new home.”


Cardiac Action Group help train the GSPCA to save human lives and use the AED purchased kindly by Investec

Submitted by Steve on 16:44, 20th Apr, 2021 | 0

The GSPCA helps save animals lives 24/7 365 days a year but without our team and supporters we couldn’t achieve so much.

Last year before the pandemic the GSPCA received a number of sessions for our team by Mike Froome from the Cardiac Action Group to help learn and for some refresh their skills in CPR and also use an AED.

The GSPCA were very kindly purchased an AED to have onsite by the wonderful Investec team and although thankfully we haven’t had to put it to use, it is an invaluable piece of equipment to have at our very busy Animal Shelter.


An amazing Ladies Lunch helps save animals lives

Submitted by Steve on 16:17, 20th Apr, 2021 | 0

On Saturday at Les Cotils a very special event was held in aid of two charities, Clic Sargent and the GSPCA.

Wend Woodcock said “On Saturday 17th April 2021, seventy-seven generous and glamorous ladies attended a fun-filled charity luncheon at Les Cotils to raise funds for the GSPCA.”

“Steve Byrne, Manager of the GSPCA, was invited to give a quick overview and informative slideshow.”

“It was an eye-opener for them to see how large the GSPCA is and the diverse work it undertakes daily.”


Local artist Tiffany Anna to launch ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ art exhibition

Submitted by Steve on 14:24, 16th Apr, 2021 | 0

Welcome to the Jungle is the second exhibition in the pipeline for local artist Tiffany Anna. Tiffany has always had a creative flair but picked up her brushes properly during the first lockdown last Spring, she has since gone on a journey of artistic discovery, developing her technique and individual style. Located in Fountain Street, Tiffany’s recently re-branded studio come gallery is now the hub for her creativity. It is easy to spot her brightly coloured window displays and ultra-modern store exterior when driving down to the seafront.


£100 raised from Easter gifts by 4 kind children

Submitted by Steve on 13:56, 16th Apr, 2021 | 0

Yesterday 4 young children visited the GSPCA with an amazing £100 donation raised through Easter gifts they made and sold on the GSPCA Vedge Hedge Stall at our front gate.

Libby 11, Benjamin 9, Darcie 7 and Freddi-Jayne 6 came along yesterday and gifted the wonderful donation to GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “A huge thank you to Libby, Benjamin, Darcie  and Freddi-Jayne for the amazing Easter sewn toys to eggs in wrappers they made, wrapped and placed on the GSPCA Hedge Vedge Stall.”


Brownie Edie Hamon surprises the team at the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 16:38, 15th Apr, 2021 | 0

On Monday the GSPCA team had a wonderful visit from Edie Hamon who is a 9 year old from 9th St Mathews Brownies.

Edie is working towards her charity badge and as part of her visit wrote a Thank You card with the following words –

‘Thank You


I have chosen the GSPCA as my charity for my Brownie Charities Badge. I like animals and wanted to help. I have told my family and friends what I am doing and how we can help and I am bringing up the hampers I have put together. I hope this helps the GSPCA and thank you for all your hard work.

Lots of love


Thanks to St James for allowing the GSPCA to raise funds through ‘Coat Safe’

Submitted by Steve on 16:17, 15th Apr, 2021 | 0

Last Saturday GSPCA team members Michelle Champion and Suzy Rose spent the evening at the wonderful St James.

The reason was we were kindly invited to look after the visitors coats for a donation that were attending the Studio 54 - Disco Inferno event.

Michelle and Suzy had a lovely evening meeting such kind supporters and raised an amazing £500.

Michelle Champion said “A huge thanks to St james and all those that left their coats with us and donated to the GSPCA we cannot thank you enough.”