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Submitted by Steve on 21:40, 21st Jun, 2016 | 0
This evening three stray budgies were found near Saumarez Park which were kindly transported to the GSPCA by Leo Thomas founder of Sarnia Guinea Pig Rescue.
The two male and one female birds were found together and both males are in fairly good condition, with the female bird with a few small injuries but otherwise fine.
The birds have been named Major, Manuel and Sybil.
We have already had a number of stray canaries and budgies found this year and sadly many are never claimed and are either rehomed or cared for at the Animal Shelter.
Submitted by Steve on 09:16, 6th Jul, 2015 | 0
On Friday we asked for name ideas for 19 budgies and 6 baby bunnies that were coming in to the GSPCA Animal Shelter.
We decided to call the new budgies - Brandi Pansy, Carl Sweetpea, Clemantis Harding, Gary Lotus, Iris McQuillan, Isla Honeysuckle, James Jasmine, Jenny Petunia, Jess Dahlia, John Rose, Kay Camellia, Laura Carnation, Lilly Wilkinson, Poppy Cathcart, Rob Bluebell, Shuan Zinnia, Sophia Orchid, Tamara Daisy and Tulip Huston.
Can you spot the theme?
Submitted by Steve on 13:19, 1st Aug, 2014 | 0
Today we are pleased to announce that domestic birds that come in for rehoming now have a lovely aviary with a view to live in and stretch their wings.
With the new animal welfare legislation now a month after coming into force and the GSPCA striving to lead an example in animal care four birds today moved into their new home.
The wooden framed aviary welcomed two budgies and two cockatiels who are at the Shelter in need of a home.
Cockatiels Rosie and Jim were the first to fly up onto the perches, closely followed by Peter and Paula the budgies.
Submitted by GSPCA on 10:00, 6th Nov, 2012 | 0
It has been reported to the GSPCA that in the last few days 32 budgies have stolen.
The GSPCA is asking if anyone has any information to please get in touch with the police as soon as possible.
Many of the birds were bred by the owner and he is understandably very upset. As well as the birds some seed also went missing and if anyone saw anything suspicious in the Bailiffs Cross Road area or knows of anyone with an influx of these pretty caged birds you can contact the police on 725111.