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Submitted by GSPCA on 09:10, 5th Dec, 2013 | 0
Despite the cold snap some of our wildlife and animals have continued to produce young here in Guernsey.
Only yesterday we were called to rescue two young pigeons which are now safe and warm in an Intensive Care Unit which was thanks to the Channel Island Christmas Lottery last year.
Also in the last month we have had two tortie and white kittens who have been called Sparkle and Glitter (we currently have a waiting list for homes looking for kittens) and a duckling which has been called Quack Quack.
Submitted by GSPCA on 10:46, 2nd Aug, 2013 | 0
In the very early hours of Tuesday morning a member of staff at the Harbour Authority spotted a bird struggling trapped in a pontoon that was close to drowning.
Thankfully he managed to stretch out to rescue the bird and rushed it straight to the GSPCA Animal Shelter.
The Shelter is manned 24 hours and on arrival Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager was there to accept the bird that was very close to death.
An intensive care unit was set up ready and Steve did what he could to try and get some of the fluid out of the bird.
Submitted by GSPCA on 14:54, 29th Jan, 2013 | 0
Despite the recent snow and inclement weather the GSPCA are already seeing signs of Spring.
From guinea pigs to pregnant cats there has already been birth's at the Shelter and yesterday we received our first chicks of 2013.
Buck and Trout two young pigeons which were rescued from a work site are now being hand fed by staff and volunteers at the GSPCA Animal Shelter.