The search for Jessie the stray beagle cross - reports continue to show she is between Rousse and Cobo - any sightings 257261

Submitted by Steve on 19:04, 1st Jun, 2015 | 0

Over the last few days Jessie the stray beagle cross has been basing herself on the west coast.

On the weekend GSPCA staff, volunteers and members of the public were very close to catching her and today sightings at Grandes Rocques meant a GSPCA team were dispatched but once again she managed to disappear.

We are asking those living on the west coast and near Cobo, Port Soif, Grandes Rocques and Rousse to keep an eye open for Jessie.

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The search for Jessie the stray beagle cross - thanks to all that helped us get so close but sadly she's still loose near Rousse

Submitted by Steve on 19:23, 31st May, 2015 | 0

On Friday the search for Jessie was at Grandes Rocques traveling towards Cobo which is where the reports and search was based 3 weeks ago.

Yesterday she was spotted at Port Soif near the kiosk and late Saturday near Rousse kiosk.

On Friday and Saturday GSPCA team members were out in the area talking to those walking around Grandes Rocques, Cobo and Port Soif.

Today a team went out to Rousse and with the help of members of the public we got very close on a number of occasions, but sadly despite over 2 hours of tracking her she managed to evade the search party

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Sightings today at Port Soif - The search for Jessie the stray beagle cross

Submitted by Steve on 13:47, 30th May, 2015 | 0

Early this week after the Bank Holiday and many events in and around St Peter Port Jessie the stray beagle cross moved west.

We have had a few reports around 5pm yesterday evening of Jessie being seen at Grandes Rocques traveling towards Cobo which is where the reports and search was based 3 weeks ago.

Today she has been spotted at Port Soif near the kiosk.

Staff have been out in the area talking to those walking around Grandes Rocques and Cobo yesterday and again out at Port Soif earlier today, but sadly she seems to have gone to ground once again.

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Sightings this evening at Grandes Rocques - The search for Jessie the stray beagle cross

Submitted by Steve on 18:31, 29th May, 2015 | 0

Early this week after the Bank Holiday and many events in and around St Peter Port Jessie the stray beagle cross moved west.

We have had a few reports around 5pm this evening of Jessie being seen at Grandes Rocques traveling towards Cobo which is where the reports and search was based 3 weeks ago.

Staff have been out in the area talking to those walking around Grandes Rocques and Cobo, but sadly she seems to have gone to ground once again.

We are asking those living on the west coast and near Cobo and Grandes Rocques to keep an eye open for Jessie.

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Stray tortoise in today found on Gibauderie in St Peter Port

Submitted by Steve on 17:53, 27th May, 2015 | 0

Today another stray tortoise was found on the Gibauderie in St Peter Port.

If you live in the area and missing a tortoise please do get in touch.

'Riley' as staff and volunteers have named the male, adult Herman's tortoise is not chipped and we have had no reports of a missing tortoise.

Each year we see around 30 stray tortoise handed into the GSPCA and we find the owners for nearly every one.

Thankfully he is safe and warm at the GSPCA, but we are appealing for the owner to come forward.

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Stray tortoise found near the Grammar School on Sunday

Submitted by Steve on 17:50, 27th May, 2015 | 0

On Sunday a stray tortoise was found walking down road by Grammar School.

If you live in the area and missing a tortoise please do get in touch.

'Terry' as staff and volunteers have named the male, adult Herman's tortoise is not chipped and we have had no reports of a missing tortoise.

Each year we see around 30 stray tortoise handed into the GSPCA and we find the owners for nearly every one.

Thankfully he is safe and warm at the GSPCA, but we are appealing for the owner to come forward.

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Jessie seems to have moved west - The search for Jessie the stray beagle cross

Submitted by Steve on 23:37, 26th May, 2015 | 0

This morning Jessie seems to have moved West.  After being located in and around St Andrews and St Martins for the last few weeks and working to catch her we have had reports this morning she had been spotted in Perelle this morning and at 2200hrs this evening a sighting near the Fleur de Jardin.

Previously Jessie the stray beagle cross has been seen on multiple occasions in and around the St Martins, St Andrews, St Peter Port and Forest area and we have been trying to feed her in and around a trap central to these locations.

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The search for Jessie the stray dog continues - thank you for all of the support

Submitted by Steve on 09:13, 26th May, 2015 | 0

Over the weekend staff and volunteers at the GSPCA have been out to multiple locations in search of Jessie.

Jessie the stray beagle cross is being seen on multiple occasions in and around the St Martins, St Andrews, St Peter Port and Forest area and we now have her feeding in and around a trap central to these locations.

Although GSPCA team members have got within metres of Jessie she is extremely nervous and takes off at speed when approached so we are using the trap as the best way to capture her.

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Closing in on Jessie the stray dog

Submitted by Steve on 17:57, 19th May, 2015 | 0

The GSPCA would like to report we are moving forward trying to catch Jessie the stray dog.

Jessie the stray beagle cross is being seen on multiple occasions in and around the St Martins and st Andrews area and we now have her feeding in and around the trap we have which we are using to try and catch her.

Although GSPCA team members have got within metres of Jessie she is extremely nervous and takes off at speed when approached so we are using the trap as the best way to capture her.

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The search for Jessie continues in St Martins and St Andrews

Submitted by Steve on 16:08, 17th May, 2015 | 0

Jessie the stray beagle cross is being seen on multiple occasions in and around the St Martins and st Andrews area.

Although GSPCA team members have got within metres of Jessie she is extremely nervous and takes off at speed when approached.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said "We have had quite a few sightings of Jessie but as soon as she is approached she takes off at speed."

"We were working in an area to try and trap her but she seems to have moved on from where she was bedding down."

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