Did you miss the GSPCA on Countryfile last week? Watch us again on iplayer.

Submitted by GSPCA on 13:04, 8th Feb, 2012 | 0

Last weekend the GSPCA and Guernsey were featured on BBC Countryfile.

If you missed the show you still have 5 weeks left to watch the programme on BBC Iplayer.  To watch it go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01bpqs4

The Shelter staff enjoyed working with the film crew and production team.  The GSPCA were very proud showing them the work we do for Guernsey’s wildlife and facilities we have.


Update on Razy the razorbill

Submitted by GSPCA on 20:27, 7th Feb, 2012 | 0

Razy the razorbill after nearly 2 weeks of rehab is doing really well.  Now up on his feet, his wing on the mend and his waterproof oils coming back we are hoping it won’t be long until he will be able to be sent back into the wild.


Please don't forget them

Submitted by GSPCA on 12:54, 25th Jan, 2012 | 0

The GSPCA managed to rehome in excess of 300 hundred animals last year.  Monday to Saturday the GSPCA have visitors looking to adopt animals and 7 days a week we receive dozens of emails and enquires, but mostly for dogs and cats.

Unfortunately it is often forgotten that the Shelter currently has a large number of rabbits, a ferret and mouse all looking for homes, all of which are very friendly.


Razy the Razorbill on the mend

Submitted by GSPCA on 10:02, 25th Jan, 2012 | 0

Razy the Razorbill is doing well and on the mend. Nearly a week since he arrived he’s getting daily physio on one of our rehabilitation pools and we are hopeful he will be ready for release back to the wild soon.


Razy the Razorbill

Submitted by GSPCA on 19:24, 20th Jan, 2012 | 0

We get all sorts of wildlife in and today we had an injured razorbill.  With the windy, wet and cold weather wild animals and birds often find it difficult to feed and Razy our razorbill is just one of those cases.


On a diet of fish being kept in a thermostatically controlled hospital cage Razy is doing well and we are hopeful will make a full recovery and be able to be released back to the wild very soon.