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.


Fireworks Frighten Animals

Submitted by GSPCA on 20:07, 1st Nov, 2012 | 0

Help us to continue to keep them safe!

Thankfully the incidents of animals being injured by fireworks & bonfires in Guernsey are few and far between; but we mustn’t get too complacent. Below are some basic guidelines that will enable you to help all of our furry and feathered friends to stay calm and safe on and around Bonfire night.


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.


Purrrrrrrfect presents from a very kind hearted lady

Submitted by GSPCA on 14:43, 16th Jul, 2012 | 0

Recently we put out an appeal for volunteers to knit mice for the many cats we have at the Shelter as strays, looking for homes and also in for welfare reasons.Knitted cat mice thank you

We had a fantastic response and within days handed out dozens of patterns and since received hundreds of mice that have been hand made and now entertain the cats and kittens we have at the Shelter.


First kittens born at the Shelter in 2012 off to live in Alderney

Submitted by GSPCA on 21:16, 4th Jul, 2012 | 0

Last month two of our kittens were rehomed to Alderney.

Jack and Jill were the first kittens to be born at the Shelter this year.  They were born on the 12th February from a stray cat called Darwina who has had a number of health problems, but fortunately has raised two gorgeous kittens.

When Jack and Jill became available for adoption we placed them on our website and social networks.  A lovely lady by the name of Patti Brett spotted them on our facebook page and got in touch. 


Deacon the young cat has had his operation and now only has 4 teeth left

Submitted by GSPCA on 19:14, 22nd Mar, 2012 | 3

Deacon the young black and white cat who wasn’t very well when he arrived at the Shelter has now had his operation to remove a total of 26 teeth leaving him with only 4 left.

This was due to a medical issue that he had and the medical treatment and care has topped over £1000.  We would like to thank everyone so far that helped donate to this lovely little lad as without kind donations, monthly giving and legacies we wouldn’t be able to care for cats like Deacon.