WEATHER WARNING in #GSPCAPurpleWeek- With extreme weather please help care for animals of Guernsey

Submitted by Steve on 23:59, 15th Feb, 2022 | 0

Once again the Bailiwick has high winds and weather that puts our animals and wildlife at risk.

Often during the winter months with the high winds and stormy weather makes it difficult for wild animals and birds to feed and rest.

With the high winds we have to ensure our pets and animals kept outside are safe and secure.

Once again GSPCA are asking those that live around and visit our coast to please watch out for injured animals in need as well as seal pups which can get separated from their mothers at this time of year especially when we see bad weather.


Stow away gecko furthest travelled hitch hiker arrives in #GSPCAPurpleWeek

Submitted by Steve on 23:43, 15th Feb, 2022 | 0

On Sunday morning the GSPCA received a very unusual little arrival.

For 149 years we have been helping animals and some from far further than our shores.

In 2020 just before the first lock down an Indian gecko arrived having stowed away in a bag from India who was named Mr Patel and went into a new home after following quarantine procedures.

On Sunday we had an arrival that travelled even further. A family on their return to Guernsey while unpacking discovered a tiny little Pacific gecko who had journeyed well over 8000km.


Today we celebrate 149 years please donate and support #GSPCAPurpleWeek

Submitted by Steve on 11:02, 14th Feb, 2022 | 0

On 11th February, 1873, a meeting was convened in the rooms of the Societe Guernesiaise “for the purpose of considering the expediency of establishing in the Island a Societe for the suppression of Cruelty to Animals” and the Dean of Guernsey was called to the Chair. The Patron of the Society was His Excellency Lt. General Froome.

A Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was thus established on the 14th February 1873 and became known as the GSPCA.


#GSPCAPurpleWeek Celebrate with us 149 years – Huge thanks to the staff at MJ Hudson

Submitted by Steve on 12:49, 12th Feb, 2022 | 0

The GSPCA would like to say a huge thanks to the staff at MJ Hudson who had a very impressive cake sale in aid of the GSPCA.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “What a fantastic cake sale staff at MJ Hudson held recently in aid of us at the GSPCA.”

“The cake looked amazing and they raised an incredible £190.”


#GSPCAPurpleWeek Celebrate with us 149 years Pedro the oiled puffin rescued on Lihou

Submitted by Steve on 12:32, 12th Feb, 2022 | 0

On Wednesday 9th February an oiled puffin was rescued on Lihou.

The very poorly bird is currently recovering in the GSPCA Wildlife room.

The GSPCA are currently fund raising for a new Wildlife Hospital and to buy a brick or support this build go to –


It's #GSPCAPurpleWeek are you helping us celebrate 149 years and supporting our work helping 1000's of animals every year?

Submitted by Steve on 15:07, 11th Feb, 2022 | 0

Today is the first day of #GSPCAPurpleWeek.

On Monday the GSPCA celebrate 149 years helping animals and supporting our community and we want you to help celebrate and support our vital 24/7 work.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “Every February we celebrate our anniversary with #GSPCAPurpleWeek to celebrate our anniversary of being founded.”

“From making a donation to fund raising there are lots of ways to support our work.”


Edible Guernsey give semi-feral cats a new home after rescuing from a multiple cat home

Submitted by Steve on 18:18, 10th Feb, 2022 | 0

The GSPCA help 1000’s of cats every year in many ways from strays to those neglected.

When we have room we not only help island cats but we help animals from Association of Dogs and Cats Homes (ADCH) which is an organisation made up of over 160 charities across the UK and Ireland.

Last October GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne brought 5 cats back from the RSPCA in Wales.

Three of the 5 were a multiple cat household.


Guernsey Bird Keeper ACTION needed with the new Avian Influenza (Precautionary Measures) Order, 2022 & GSPCA ADVICE

Submitted by Steve on 13:52, 4th Feb, 2022 | 0

The GSPCA continue to urge bird owners to protect their pets and flocks.

With continued cases of H5N1 avian influenza throughout the UK their Animal & Plant Department Agency have been sending out notifications of new cases in both wild and domestic birds with the most recent case in Chirk, Wrexham.

Recently the States of Guernsey States Vets put out this very IMPORTANT message out witha new Order to poultry owners –


2023 Autism Guernsey and the GSPCA will bring the Puffin Parade to Guernsey – Could you sponsor and paint a puffin?

Submitted by Steve on 15:25, 28th Jan, 2022 | 0

2021 Guernsey saw the Guernsey Goat Trail which was hugely popular and brought smiles and fun to many islanders and visitors.

Autism Guernsey and the GSPCA are delighted to be working together to bring a Puffin Parade to Guernsey in 2023.

Both charities are looking for businesses to sponsor a puffin and artists to decorate them.  This is a real community project and we invite groups, schools, individuals and professional artists to join in this initiative and paint a puffin. 


DORA'S STORY - Dora the explorer home safe and sound

Submitted by Steve on 18:01, 25th Jan, 2022 | 0

On Thursday 13th January 2022 Dora a medium sized cross breed dog managed to escape and decided to go for bit of a walk about.

Dora was originally lost near Amherst School.

From there she went on bit of an adventure and evaded being caught for nearly two weeks.

The GSPCA had many reports in many Parishes and we know she seemed to enjoy her time in St Andrews and Castel where we believe she was for much of the time she was missing.

We were pretty confident she was between Talbot Valley and Beaucamps for much of the last few days she was stray.