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Submitted by Steve on 15:27, 4th Apr, 2017 | 0
Do you remember Catrina the old stray cat that was hit by a car earlier this month?
Catrina due to her injuries spent over a month at the vets and is now back in the care of the GSPCA and we are pleased to report she is improving daily despite needing a complicated operation and regular treatment and physio since her accident.
Staff and volunteers are working daily with Catrina to help her improve and all have a soft spot for the sweet but cheeky cat.
Catrina the road traffic accident cat is back at the GSPCA after a month at the vets and no owner found
Submitted by Steve on 17:52, 10th Mar, 2017 | 0
We overjoyed to report that Catrina is now at the GSPCA after over a month at Isabelle Vets.
Catrina was found on a wet, cold, dark evening 5 weeks ago after being hit by a car and has needed intensive care at the vets.
Sadly with no microchip and no owner this loving, affectionate and sweet cat has been cared for by the team at Isabelle Vets and the GSPCA.
Catrina needed an extensive operation and her veterinary treatment continues as she has a number of health issues but she is improving on a daily basis.
Submitted by Steve on 11:23, 3rd Mar, 2017 | 0
We are pleased to report that Catrina the cat continues to improve although she is still under the care of the vets.
Sadly as no owner has come forward for Catrina in the 21 days required under Guernsey law. The job we have now at the GSPCA with the help of Isabelle Vets is to get her well and strong enough to find her a home.
Submitted by Steve on 09:43, 18th Feb, 2017 | 0
We are pleased to report that Catrina the stray cat that was found at L'Islet after a road traffic accident nearly two weeks ago has had her operation yesterday at Isabelle Vets.
We are extremely grateful to all that have donated and an amazing £600 has been raised to date and thank you to all that are helping Catrina and of course her many friends at the GSPCA.
Submitted by Steve on 11:24, 17th Feb, 2017 | 0
Catrina the cat is still at the vets and as we write this has gone to be operated on.
A huge thank you to all that have donated so far to her care, sadly we still have no idea who she belongs to but she has been improving each day.
We all have our fingers crossed for her and she will have to stay at the vets over the weekend at the very least.
Submitted by Steve on 19:20, 15th Feb, 2017 | 0
You may remember Catrina the stray cat who was rescued collapsed, soaking wet, starving and with no hair or skin on her tail last week.
Catrina was in such a poor state she has had to stay at the vets where she has received intensive, around the clock care.
It is highly likely she was hit by a vehicle although had a number of other health issues when she was found.
She has been growing stronger each day but she will need an operation on her pelvis which with her care is going to cost nearly a £1000.
Oldest cat to be rehomed by the GSPCA Lucy is loving her new home and sends a special message to the team
Submitted by Steve on 19:01, 10th Feb, 2017 | 0
Last year an 18 year old cat called Lucy was brought into the GSPCA as sadly her owner could no longer care for her.
As all rescues will know trying to find the older cat a new home is extremely difficult as most are looking to adopt kittens or young cats.
On Saturday the GSPCA team were overjoyed when after 9 months of care at the Animal Shelter in St Andrews Lucy finally found her forever home and this week we have had an update on how she is getting along....
Submitted by Steve on 08:46, 9th Feb, 2017 | 0
Every year we help in excess of 3000 animals through our doors not to mention countless more that every day we help by investigating cruelty and going out 24/7 to rescue and reunite with their owners or free back to the wild.
Of all domestic species we help more cats than any other with over 1000 cats that are stray, hit by vehicles, unwanted, cruelty cases or being brought in as their owners can no longer care for them.
Stray soaking wet, thin, injured cat with no skin on her tail, needing x-rays rescued last night & needs your help at the GSPCA
Submitted by Steve on 17:25, 7th Feb, 2017 | 0
Last night the GSPCA Wardens were called out to L'Islet to help rescue a very poorly injured cat.
The grey female cat had clear injuries and was taken directly to Isabelle Vets where she has been cared for overnight and undergoing x-rays and tests as she is very unwell before coming back to the GSPCA.
When she was rescued she was soaking wet, flat, lethargic, and barely moving her back legs.
Sadly she had no microchip or tag to contact an owner and the most apparent injury was her skin had been taken off of her tail.
Pumpkin who came in extremely thin and with many health problems as a stray is living happily ever after in a loving new home
Submitted by Steve on 15:52, 18th Jan, 2017 | 0
We always love to see the animals that we have helped and rehomed living happily ever after and we recently had an update from a cat called Pumpkin and his owner.
Pumpkin was found as a stray nearly a year ago with all sorts of health problems and extremely thin. After a couple of months of care and treatment he improved and we were able to find him a new and loving home.
Anna Paint GSPCA Senior Animal Care Assistant said “Pumpkin when he first arrived had a lot of health problems and was so so thin.”