Phoenix the kitten has a lucky escape - PLEASE ENSURE YOU CHECK HEDGEROWS & OVERGROWN AREAS BEFORE STRIMMING OR CUTTING

Submitted by Steve on 10:33, 17th Jun, 2014 | 0

With the sunny weather and gardens blooming the GSPCA have had a busy few weeks with injured wildlife found in areas that have been strimmed or cut.

The main casualty have been hedgehogs and even mothers with young that have been found whilst an area has been cleared or cut.

Over recent years we have seen a decrease in feral cat colonies thanks to the work of the GSPCA and that of Guernsey Animal Aid Cats, but it only takes one unnetuered female cat and one male to result in a litter of kittens.

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Sarnia is another hedgehog injured by gardening - Please check before strimming or hedge trimming for hedgehogs

Submitted by GSPCA on 13:07, 15th May, 2013 | 0

This time of year we all venture out in the garden to cut the grass, trim the hedges and tidy the garden whilst we enjoy the spring weather.

The GSPCA is urging islanders to take care as we have already had hedgehog casualties due to garden machinery.

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GSPCA gets help from those needing to give back to the community - Thank you to Guernsey Probation Team

Submitted by GSPCA on 11:12, 12th Jul, 2012 | 0

The GSPCA is a very busy environment, with a site that is nearly 4 acres.

We are always extremely busy rescuing and caring for the many animals that come through the door which means it is often difficult to get many of the maintenance jobs around the site completed.

The Shelter has hundreds on metres of fencing which separates our paddocks around site as well as a stable that were falling in a state of disrepair but we were in luck…..

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Hedgehog Help Needed

Submitted by GSPCA on 16:33, 19th Apr, 2012 | 0

Hedgehogs GuernseyWe are always looking for volunteers to help at the Shelter in a variety of roles. 

With the dramatic increase in hedgehogs over the past 5 months we are appealing for those interested in helping care and clean the hedgehogs here at the Animal Shelter.  In fact we currently have 64 hedgehogs in our care with another on it's way.

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