Donate to poorly stray Pushkin's Cat Scan GSPCA Appeal

Submitted by Steve on 11:44, 20th Jan, 2022 | 0

Black and white this very poorly stray cat found in Fermain a week ago was rushed to the vets.

With multiple health issues ‘Pushkin’ as this lovely lad has been called is being treated for runny eyes to the more serious issue of a blood coming from his nose.

Pushkin is on treatment and is comfortable but requires a Cat or CT scan which will cost in excess of £900, not to mention the other care and possible operation he may need.


Thinking of a Christmas present for yourself or a loved one? Gift Certificates & Guided Tours on sale at the GSPCA

Submitted by GSPCA on 10:07, 16th Nov, 2012 | 0

For only five pounds you can buy a gift certificate that will give one of the animals in our care a fantastic Christmas.

That’s right you will receive a certificate for yourself or someone you care for and that will enable us at the Shelter to give the animals in our care a very special Christmas Day.


GSPCA Applies for Planning Permission and we need your support

Submitted by GSPCA on 11:45, 24th Oct, 2012 | 0

The GSPCA has been helping animals in Guernsey for over 139 years and in that time has helped thousands every year.

The housing for the cats is nearly 40 years old and with the demands on the Shelter every day the cattery is full to bursting in aged accommodation.


Only 3 days before Lorna Prince jumps out of a plane for the GSPCA please sponsor her

Submitted by GSPCA on 08:44, 29th Aug, 2012 | 0

In only 3 days on Saturday 1st September a very brave Lorna Prince who is the GSPCA Welfare Manager has decided to do something to help the many animals at the Shelter.  Lorna is not keen on heights at all and even less keen of falling but she has signed up to jump out of a plane at 10,000 feet over Guernsey in a tandem Skydive.

Lorna is doing this to raise funds for the Shelter and she needs your support.

To sponsor Lorna please click here and pop reference 'Lorna skydive' so we can include it to her running total