Submitted by Steve on 21:35, 31st May, 2020 | 0

What an incredible response we have had with the Virtual Petshow with over 500 entries.

A huge thank you to all that have supported this fun, virtual event it is hugely appreciated.

Lorna Chadwick GSPCA Welfare Officer and Event Organisor said “Goodness me that took a while to judge; all of the photographs were brilliant!”

“We will post all of the entries over the next few days so everyone can see what a difficult job it has been for our two young judges.”

“Until then we are pleased to announce the winners of our Virtual Pet show and share their photographs.”

“Thank you to everyone who got involved. CONGRATULATIONS to the winners, rosettes and certificates are on their way, but also to everyone who shared pictures of their gorgeous pets.”

Happiest Pet

Winner: Roxy Radford

2nd place: Bob Ingham

3rd place: Nala Lacheur

Family selfie

Winner: Beau de Kooker

2nd place: Kyga Lancaster

3rd place: Teddy Rouget

Animals in action

Winner: Piper Wegerer

2nd place: Moose Slane

3rd place: Ziggy Adams

Sleeping pets

Winner: Irie Bisson

2nd place: Dexter Townsend

3rd place: Abby Campbell

Magazine cover model

Winner: Azul Ridgewell

2nd place: Ned Burgoine

3rd place: Hoppo Mooore

Red carpet reptiles

Winner: Rocco Lacheur

2nd place: Janet Unitt tortoises

3rd place: Ginny Spearing

Pet most like its owner

Winner: Lulu Fedorenko

2nd place: Barley Wegerer

3rd place: Bailey Harrison

Pets in lockdown

Winner: Mr V Coco and Lily Hart

2nd place: Willow Bisson

3rd place: Tinkerbell Dowinton


Winner: Joni de Kooker Bee

2nd place: Jo Morgan snail friends

3rd place: Sheila Brown Red admiral and bees

Gone but not forgotten

Winner: Lucy Shires

2nd place: Roxy Painte

3rd place: Snoopy Corbet

To see the winning entries please visit

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “What an amazing response we have had for our first ever Virtual Petshow.”

“We have all been saddened that we couldn’t hold our 9th Animal Welfare Seafront Sunday this weekend but the many entries certainly brough a smile to the whole team seeing all of the amazing entries.”

“To carry on the Virtual fun this June we are asking everyone to #PetorateToCelebrate.”

“Decorating for home, car, garden or workplace with your cuddly toys, animal ornaments, drawings, scarecrows to show your support to Animal Charities across the UK, Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.”

“To find our more please visit .”

“During these difficult days we really need your support and to donate to our #GSPCACoronavirusCrisisAppeal please go to .”

In line with States of Guernsey advice please DO NOT visit the GSPCA if you are over 65, have an underlying health condition or have any symptoms of Coronavirus and only visit us if your visit is essential but before doing so please call us on 01481 257261 or email [email protected] before your trip to the GSPCA to see if we can help without you coming to the Shelter. For the latest information and advice please visit

With huge challenges on our resources and a drop in income from boarding and donations please help us help animals in Guernsey with our #GSPCACoronavirusCrisisAppeal by donating online via -

Goodness me that took a while to judge; all of the photographs were brilliant! We will post all of the entries over the...

Posted by GSPCA, Guernsey SPCA on Sunday, 31 May 2020

During these difficult times help us help animals in need. From donating to Sponsoring a Pen, Buying a Brick for the much needed Wildlife Hospital to our Amazon and main page Wish List, holding a mufti day to a sponsored Christmas dip, here are some of the ways you could help give animals joy.

For lots more ideas on how you can support the shelter and the animals in our care then please visit our fundraising page

To see a list of our volunteer induction evenings which we hold each month and for more information please visit or call 257261

To find out more on trips, talks and our education work please email [email protected] or call 01481 257261



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