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Submitted by Steve on 14:42, 4th Feb, 2016 | 0
With over 1000 cats helped at the GSPCA every year we strive to do everything we can for the many strays, cruelly treated and unwanted cats.
At the end of August a 6 year old female cat found her way to the GSPCA when her owner could no longer care for her.
Although in fairly good health on the day she arrived during her assessment we discovered she had cat flu and also had sores on her feet.
After two months of treatments and veterinary care 'Lucky' as she is called improved and got better.
Submitted by Steve on 12:44, 10th Nov, 2015 | 0
Every year the GSPCA are called out to and help between 200 and 300 cats that are injured or killed on the road every year.
During the darker winter months the numbers are at their highest and in just one evening recently 4 cats were brought in to the Shelter between the hours of 10pm and 4am that were killed on our roads.
Over many years the worries for cats on busy roads has always been a real concern. However the GSPCA as have many other rescues noticed that the smaller roads and lanes are often a greater risk and cause of cats being hit by moving vehicles.
Submitted by Steve on 09:12, 8th Aug, 2014 | 0
At the GSPCA in Guernsey we help rescue, rehome, reunite and rehabilitate more cats than any other species of domestic animals.
Today on World Cat Day we are appealing for donations for a very poorly cat.
Popeye is a one eyed feline that needs a great deal of treatment on his right eye before he can find that forever home.
Popeye is a young male cat that has come into the GSPCA with another cat called Greyson as sadly his owner passed away.