Latest picture of Slygo as the capture of the stray terrier continues. Please report sightings to the GSPCA

Submitted by GSPCA on 12:30, 19th Apr, 2013 | 0

Here is the latest picture of Slygo the stray terrier.

The GSPCA continue the search for Slygo and would like to thank everyone for their reports so far.

The capture is going well and we are asking for anyone spotting the stray, tan, wire haired terrier to please be call the GSPCA Animal Shelter on 01481 257261 and not to chase him.

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The search for Slygo the stray terrier continues. Please report sightings to the GSPCA

Submitted by GSPCA on 14:40, 18th Apr, 2013 | 0

The GSPCA continue the search for Slygo and would like to thank everyone for their reports so far.

The capture is going well and we are asking for anyone spotting the stray, tan, wire haired terrier to please be call the GSPCA Animal Shelter on 01481 257261 and not to chase him.

The plan the GSPCA have in place is working well and we are aware of much of his movements, but we do urge people not to actively go out to look for him or feed him as this will affect the safe capture of Slygo the very nervous, timid stray terrier.

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GSPCA advice and information appeal on the stray terrier in Forest

Submitted by GSPCA on 15:49, 7th Apr, 2013 | 1

A stray wire haired terrier has been missing for almost 8 weeks and has last been seen in the Forest area.

The GSPCA, Commerce and Employment and local authorities are working together to safely capture the lost little dog.

Unfortunately the small tan wire haired terrier was originally part of a cruelty case in the UK and recently rehomed in Guernsey.  As such the dog is extremely nervous and timid, meaning it is fearful of humans.

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Friendly stray rabbit found in St Martins last night

Submitted by GSPCA on 09:25, 5th Mar, 2013 | 0

Last night the GSPCA was called out to collect a stray rabbit.

Found in St Martins, the very friendly black with a little white, female adult lop eared rabbit was rescued after being found roaming the area.

Safe and sound at the GSPCA we are appealing for anyone that might have lost their hoppy little friend.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said 'She appears very friendly and very healthy so it is likely she has escaped out of someones garden as there will be many out in this lovely weather.'

'We get many stray rabbits in and care for over 100 every year.'

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Thank you to all that helped find the stray huskys owner

Submitted by GSPCA on 10:23, 6th Feb, 2013 | 0

The GSPCA would like to thank everyone that helped sharing and retweeting the appeal for the owner of this lost husky that came in on Saturday.

We are pleased to announce that he is now back home and we really appreciate everyone's help.

The GSPCA would like to remind all dog owners that all dogs should have a collar and tag with the owners details and that we microchip dogs and cats for only £4.99 at the Shelter.

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GSPCA appeal for information for a stray husky found near La Mare de Carteret Secondary School on Saturday

Submitted by GSPCA on 11:46, 5th Feb, 2013 | 0

We are pleased to say this dog is now back with his owner.

The GSPCA are appealing for the owner of a stray dog.

On Saturday the GSPCA were called out to collect a stray dog that was found near La Mare de Carteret Secondary School.

The male, black and white husky was found with no collar and no microchip.

The GSPCA rescue and care for 150 to 200 stray dogs every year in Guernsey but it is rare for them to be at the Shelter for a single night and in the last year there have only been two dogs that have been in for two nights.

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Appeal to find the owner of an injured cat found in St Peter Port on the 12th November 2012

Submitted by GSPCA on 15:51, 15th Nov, 2012 | 0

On Saturday the 12th November the GSPCA had to rush a stray tabby and white female cat that was found on a roof in St Peter Port with what looked like signs of a road traffic injury to the vets.

Unfortunately she had no collar and no microchip but is extremely friendly and staff believe that there must be an owner for her somewhere.

Due to her injuries she is still at the vets and the GSPCA are urging anyone who may own this cat to come forward.

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Appeal to find Kiki the turkeys owner

Submitted by GSPCA on 22:06, 14th Aug, 2012 | 0

The GSPCA are appealing for the owner of a stray white turkey that has been at the Shelter for over a week.

Kiki as she has been fondly named was rescued from the Forest Road area on Saturday the 4th August after being reported to the Shelter wondering the streets.

She has been under treatment and is doing well but as yet no owner has come forward.  Kiki has a very friendly nature and staff are confident that there must be an owner that is missing this lovely bird and we are hoping to have them re-united.
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