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Submitted by Steve on 17:55, 21st Feb, 2017 | 0
We love to hear from animals that have been adopted from the GSPCA.
Yesterday we received this wonderful message from the owners of two rabbits adopted from the GSPCA last year:
We just wanted to send you an update of two bunnies we adopted in October. They have been re named Coco & Fudge (aka Madonna & Roulenska), we love them so very much and think they are very happy with us too! Lexi & Carrie xx
At the GSPCA we have nearly a dozen rabbits in need of homes some of which were at the Shelter when these two were in our care.
Submitted by Steve on 13:11, 10th Nov, 2016 | 0
This morning a baby bunny has been rescued with a broken leg.
The young animal was found near Genats Estate in Castel and has just been to the vets to be seen what can be done to help this poor defenceless young rabbit.
GSPCA Ambulance Volunteer Warden Andrew Green rushed the injured bunny to the vets and thankfully despite his injury he has received initial treatment and has received treatments including pain relief.
The GSPCA are appealing for the owner to please call us on 257261 as soon as possible.
Submitted by Steve on 11:50, 10th Aug, 2015 | 0
Submitted by Steve on 14:02, 1st Aug, 2015 | 0
At the GSPCA we are currently inundated with rabbits looking for good homes and earlier this week we had a total of 42 in need.
Thankfully we have rehomed 6 in the last few days but we are appealing for forever homes for the many remaining bunnies.
Alice, Apple, Berty, Carlton, Celeste, Chance, Charlie, Christopher, Claudia, Eric, Finn, Friday, Honey, Huerbet and many more need your help.
Whether you are looking for a rabbit or can help spread the word of these lovely rabbits it would be hugely appreciated.
Submitted by Steve on 09:16, 6th Jul, 2015 | 0
On Friday we asked for name ideas for 19 budgies and 6 baby bunnies that were coming in to the GSPCA Animal Shelter.
We decided to call the new budgies - Brandi Pansy, Carl Sweetpea, Clemantis Harding, Gary Lotus, Iris McQuillan, Isla Honeysuckle, James Jasmine, Jenny Petunia, Jess Dahlia, John Rose, Kay Camellia, Laura Carnation, Lilly Wilkinson, Poppy Cathcart, Rob Bluebell, Shuan Zinnia, Sophia Orchid, Tamara Daisy and Tulip Huston.
Can you spot the theme?
Submitted by Steve on 08:33, 14th May, 2015 | 0
On Monday Carter one of our bunnies went to his forever home during what is nationally known as Rabbit Awareness Week.
Every year the GSPCA help nearly 200 wild and domestic rabbits in Guernsey.
Carter is one of many rex rabbits that have come into the GSPCA needing a new home and had been in our care for nearly 3 months.
We currently have 17 rabbits in need and the longest stay are Liquorice and Honey who arrived in the summer last year.
Submitted by Steve on 13:08, 26th Nov, 2014 | 0
Today staff at the GSPCA were overjoyed to wave off Doretta the longest stay rabbit to her new home.
Doretta was brought into the GSPCA for rehomng on the 5th December 2012, which means she has been in need of a loving home for nearly 2 years.
Doretta has seen many rabbits come and go with nearly 200 passing through the Shelter during her time, but today it was her turn.
Doretta has lived out in a pen over looking our pond on Bunny Hop Hill at the GSPCA and has had a lovely time.
Rabbit Awareness Week - 5 rabbits in need of a home at the GSPCA in Guernsey & 4 babies rescued now being hand reared
Submitted by Steve on 16:44, 14th May, 2014 | 0
At the GSPCA we rescue, rehabilitate and rehome between 100 and 200 rabbits every year.
Each May Rabbit Awareness Week takes place and rescues highlight the rabbits in their care, those needed homes and good practice caring for rabbits.
Often called the forgotten pet the GSPCA are often called out to rabbits in need that may have dirty cages, no fresh food and very little to do.
Rabbits are highly social animals and really need company, but it is very important to neuter and vaccinate them at the same time.
Submitted by Steve on 17:12, 25th Mar, 2014 | 0
Recently concerns over numbers of unwanted and stray rabbits have been highlighted in Guernsey.
From 2012 to 2013 the GSPCA has seen an increase of 104 to 129 rabbits equating to a 24% rise.
With only 8 stray rabbits in 2012 and 9 in 2013 being reclaimed by owners, the numbers of rabbits have proved a challenge at the Shelter.
Saying this, the good news is that the Shelter has expanded the number of pens to help cope with our hopping little friends.
See animals in need - Open Day and Evenings this week at the GSPCA - Pop along for a coffee & check out the goods on sale
Submitted by GSPCA on 15:19, 30th Sep, 2013 | 0
The GSPCA is currently inundated with animals in need of new homes.
With World Animal Day on the 4th October we are giving Islanders a chance to view many of the animals in need by having open days and evenings at the GSPCA Animal Shelter on Tuesday the 1st and Wednesday 2nd October between 11am and 8pm and on Thursday 3rd October between 11am until 4pm.