Another winter stray reptile - Found terrapin in the Green Lanes

Submitted by Steve on 18:13, 12th Feb, 2016 | 0

Earlier today a stray terrapin was found walking along the Green Lanes.

Nemo as the reptile has been called is only the size of small hand was brought in this afternoon to the GSPCA.

Now housed in an intensive care unit Nemo appears in good health and we are appealing for an owner to come forward.

Yesterday a stray bearded dragon was found on Jerbourg Point and this is the second stray reptile in 2 days.

Yvonne Chauvel Senior Animal Care Assistant said "Today a kind passer by in the Green Lanses found a small terrapin which we have now called Nemo."


A stray dragon found at Jerbourg point

Submitted by Steve on 12:40, 12th Feb, 2016 | 0

Yesterday a stray dragon was saved in Guernsey.

Out at Jerbourg Point a member of public came across a stray Bearded Dragon.

Very cold the team at the GSPCA have named the unusual stray Oliver and we are pleased to report despite being out in the Guernsey winter he is now safe at the Animal Shelter and made it through the night.

Their natural habitats include deserts, arid and rocky areas, dry forests and scrublands and are mainly found in the eastern and central parts of Australia and not the south east of Guernsey.


You can now report your lost pet online at the GSPCA 24/7

Submitted by Steve on 22:51, 9th Jul, 2015 | 0

At the GSPCA we help thousands of lost and found pets every year.

Each year 200 dogs stray are rescued and brought into the GSPCA, and over 500 cats that are stray or involved in an accident, not to mention everything from parrots to tortoise, snakes to hamsters and many more.

To help speed up the process of reporting your pet lost and so that you can now report the your pet missing 24 hours 7 days a week you can now complete a lost report online which automatically goes onto our system.


Jessie has the all clear from the vets and is happy to be home at long last

Submitted by Steve on 11:01, 1st Jul, 2015 | 0

After a 9 week operation to catch Jessie she was finally caught yesterday as the sun rose in Port Soif.

The poor beagle had been rescued in April from a UK rehoming centre and managed to escape as she had pulled a flexi lead out of the owners hands which spooked her when it hit the floor and she took off.

Since late April the GSPCA have been working with the owners to rescue Jessie and the team at the Animal Shelter were overjoyed yesterday when after a huge operation they were able to catch her thanks to a massive effort and a kind member of public helping.


We are happy to report Jessie has been caught this morning and is safe at the GSPCA ready to go back home

Submitted by Steve on 13:48, 30th Jun, 2015 | 0

Today after 9 weeks of searching we are delighted to report that we have caught Jessie the stray beagle at our giant man made dog trap.

Just after 5.30am a dog walker passing by the GSPCA man made dog trap that was designed by Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager, equipped by Project and Access Scaffolding, placed and erected by the GSPCA team and finished off by a team from States Works saw Jessie enter through the only entrance.


JESSIE UPDATE - Jessie grows confident around new GSPCA trap - sightings 257261 - PLEASE DO NOT CHASE OR FOLLOW HER

Submitted by Steve on 12:40, 28th Jun, 2015 | 0

Over the last few days Jessie has been growing in confidence in and around our new trap although quite wary.

The plan soon will be to close off a number of the entry points so that a GSPCA team can camp out to trap her inside.


New plan for Jessie thanks to Project & States Works - Please DO NOT follow or chase her

Submitted by Steve on 16:26, 25th Jun, 2015 | 0

A new plan has been launched today to catch Jessie the stray beagle, but we are having dozens or reports of people trying to chase or follow her which is extremely unhelpful.

Again we had over a dozen sightings yesterday by phone and messaged through to us at the GSPCA and we appreciate all of the continued support.

The new escalated capture of Jessie has been launched after the kind temporary permissions from the States to fence an area off around the trap.


Jessie the stray beagle remains on the west coast - thank you for all the reports - any sightings please call 257261

Submitted by Steve on 11:11, 24th Jun, 2015 | 0

Yesterday we were very worried that Jessie may have left the west coast of Guernsey, but we are pleased to report she appears to remain in the area.

We had over a dozen sightings yesterday by phone and messaged through to us at the GSPCA and we appreciate all of the continued support.

We are currently escalating the capture of Jessie and just received temporary permissions from the States to fence an area off around the trap to help with her capture.


Stray beagle Jessie was on the west coast this morning but we've a possible sighting in St Andrews this lunch time

Submitted by Steve on 12:08, 23rd Jun, 2015 | 0

First thing this morning we are aware that Jessie the stray beagle was around the west coast and feeding next to our dog trap.

We have just received a report that may indicate that she is back in St Andrews, but we are appealing if you do see her to please call 257261.

We are aware that Jessie has been chased by members of public trying to catch her which we are asking people not to do as this will scare her from the area she is happy in and may have resulted in her moving inland.


UPDATE - Jessie the stray beagle - PLEASE DO NOT CHASE OR FOLLOW HER - any sightings 257261

Submitted by Steve on 13:30, 21st Jun, 2015 | 0

Jessie continues to remain along the west coast and we are very thankful for all of the reports.

Her confidence is building once again around the trap and we are hoping that she will continue to do so.

We would like to highlight she is very timid and nervous and please DO NOT chase or follow her as it is likely to scare her from the area she is happy in.

Here is the update from Friday -