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Submitted by GSPCA on 11:32, 5th Apr, 2013 | 0
Submitted by GSPCA on 14:56, 25th Sep, 2012 | 0
We need your help.
The GSPCA currently has two cats that next month will have been at the Shelter in search of a new home for over a year.
Felix and Victor are two strays that arrived at the Shelter last October as semi-ferals. Although their behaviour has much improved with the TLC staff and volunteers have given them we are still in search of a very special home for these very independent cats.
The Shelter currently has over 25 cats looking for homes at the Shelter and many more strays and others being treated before they can go up for adoption.
Submitted by GSPCA on 16:18, 25th May, 2012 | 1
Submitted by GSPCA on 10:56, 2nd May, 2012 | 0
This weekend there were many tears at the Shelter as staff and volunteers waved a fond farewell to Dizzy and Naomi our two wonderful donkeys which went to their new loving retirement home.
They came into the Shelter at the end of 2011 as their previous owner could no longer care for them.
Naomi the quieter of the two who enjoys a simple head rub and some gentle fuss and Dizzy who on the other hand was hand reared so was used to human company and likes to be the centre of attention had been real stars at the Shelter.
Submitted by GSPCA on 17:20, 26th Apr, 2012 | 0
Prance the turkey who was found just before Christmas as well as Connie and Polly two chickens that were found and brought in as injured strays have today been rehomed. Also Evy joined them who is a little bantam that was found a a little chick wandering the streets. She is now a young bird will join a group of her own kind. Staff waved them off with smiles on their faces.
Yvonne Chauvel Senior Care Assistant said 'It's fantastic when we get to see our rescue animals find new homes.' 'That is why we are here and we wish them all the best in their new life.'