Jemima the longest stay bunny in need of a special home

Submitted by Steve on 15:34, 23rd Oct, 2020 | 0

Beckie Bailey tells us about Jemima the bunny “Jemima has spent 873 days at the shelter looking for her forever home. “

“Jemima did not have the best start in life, thats why she was brought into the shelter.”

“She was paired up with a male rabbit for sometime, they were getting on swell. Randomly the male attacked her and bite her badly on her genital area. She was rushed to the vets and had surgery. Jemima had a slow but successful recovery. Jemima is scarred physically but also mentally, she is now scared of other rabbits.”


FOUND 2 STRAY RABBITS – Lop eared grey and white bunny found at L’Ancresse and poorly black lop bunny at Pleinmont

Submitted by Steve on 15:05, 3rd Sep, 2019 | 0

Last night the GSPCA wardens were called out to rescue a stray bunny from L’Ancresse.

The very friendly grey and white adult lop eared rabbit sadly has no microchip and the GSPCA is appealing for information to get this lovely rabbit home.

Earlier in the day the GSPCA Ambulance Driver was called to help another poorly black rabbit which was also a lop eared rabbit, but this one was found at Pleinmont.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “Just after 9pm last night our GSPCA Volunteer Wardens arrived with a lovely grey and white lop eared rabbit that was found at L’Ancresse.”


Adopt Don’t Shop say adoptees of bunnies from the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 17:51, 15th Mar, 2019 | 0

The GSPCA has been exceptionally busy with rabbits and baby bunnies in recent months.

With 25 currently at the Shelter we are still very busy and in need of homes.

Beckie Bailey GSPCA Animal Care Assistant and head of the bunnies said “We have had over 50 rabbits in our care recently and it has been very busy.”

“There also a number of diseases that affect rabbits here in Guernsey and we urge all rabbit owners to see their vet to ensure they are vaccinated and up to date with their medical needs.”


Baby bunny rescued with a broken leg - have you lost your baby rabbit?

Submitted by Steve on 13:11, 10th Nov, 2016 | 0

This morning a baby bunny has been rescued with a broken leg.

The young animal was found near Genats Estate in Castel and has just been to the vets to be seen what can be done to help this poor defenceless young rabbit.

GSPCA Ambulance Volunteer Warden Andrew Green rushed the injured bunny to the vets and thankfully despite his injury he has received initial treatment and has received treatments including pain relief.

The GSPCA are appealing for the owner to please call us on 257261 as soon as possible.


A fluffle of rabbits - 45 rabbits in need of good homes at the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 11:50, 10th Aug, 2015 | 0

At the GSPCA we are currently seeing the highest numbers of rabbits we have ever had.

In the last month we have rehomed 15 rabbits to loving new homes and we are currently caring for 45 who are available for adoption.


Bumper Bunny Numbers in need of homes at the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 14:02, 1st Aug, 2015 | 0

At the GSPCA we are currently inundated with rabbits looking for good homes and earlier this week we had a total of 42 in need.

Thankfully we have rehomed 6 in the last few days but we are appealing for forever homes for the many remaining bunnies.

Alice, Apple, Berty, Carlton, Celeste, Chance, Charlie, Christopher, Claudia, Eric, Finn, Friday, Honey, Huerbet and many more need your help.

Whether you are looking for a rabbit or can help spread the word of these lovely rabbits it would be hugely appreciated.


Rabbit Awareness Week - 5 rabbits in need of a home at the GSPCA in Guernsey & 4 babies rescued now being hand reared

Submitted by Steve on 16:44, 14th May, 2014 | 0

At the GSPCA we rescue, rehabilitate and rehome between 100 and 200 rabbits every year.

Each May Rabbit Awareness Week takes place and rescues highlight the rabbits in their care, those needed homes and good practice caring for rabbits.

Often called the forgotten pet the GSPCA are often called out to rabbits in need that may have dirty cages, no fresh food and very little to do.

Rabbits are highly social animals and really need company, but it is very important to neuter and vaccinate them at the same time.


Bunny Hop Hill makes for happy bunnies at the GSPCA Animal Shelter

Submitted by GSPCA on 08:14, 29th Aug, 2012 | 0

Earlier this year a very kind lady made a fantastic donation that has enabled us to improve the many rabbits lives whilst they are at the GSPCA Animal Shelter.

In the last year the Animal Shelter has had to help rehome dozens of rabbits with the Christmas period proving to be a time where the shelter has had more rabbits in our care than anyone could ever recall.

Thankfully many of these rabbits are now in loving caring homes but for those that are at the Shelter we are always looking to help improve their stay.