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Submitted by Steve on 10:57, 10th Nov, 2016 | 0
We are hugely grateful to a Co-op Helping Hands grant which helped enable us to also fit a new floor and new large runs in our ferret room at the GSPCA.
The floors were in desperate need of repair and we have been hoping to improve our facilities for our ferrets for many years.
Each year we help dozens of stray and unwanted ferrets and currently have 4 lovely ferrets in need of homes.
Two extremely sweet ferrets are Gizmo and Ghost (as pictured). They came in to as as their owners could sadly no longer care for them.
A huge thank you to GFF Flooring and Co-op Helping Hands - 2 fantastic local companies helping with new floors at the GSPCA
Submitted by Steve on 20:01, 20th Jun, 2016 | 0
We are hugely grateful to GFF Flooring who donated and fitted flooring to our Hospital area last week.
Also a huge thanks to a Co-op Helping Hands grant which helped enable us to also fit last week a new floor in the ferret room.
Both floors were in desperate need due to the age and regular use they see 24/7.
With the lovely weather many of the animals went into outside cages and aviaries, while others went into other sections of the GSPCA so the work could be carried out.