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Submitted by GSPCA on 07:53, 10th Jul, 2013 | 0
This morning we are wishing Nouska the Husky the best of luck with his operation to remove a cancerous lump.
Nouska who has a lump in his chest is off to the vets today to have it removed.
We are so thankful to everyone that has donated towards him.
All the team at the GSPCA will be thinking of him today and we are all hopeful for a successful operation.
Submitted by GSPCA on 16:48, 8th Jul, 2013 | 0
We would like to thank everyone that has donated towards Nouska the Husky's operation so far.
Nouskas is going for his operation on Wednesday and we are all keeping our fingers crossed for this lovely lad.
Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said 'We are so grateful to everyone that has donated towards Nouska's operation.'
'It is estimated that it will cost over £1000 with everything and we can announce that since last Wednesday the full estimated amount has been raised and thank everyone for their support.'
Submitted by GSPCA on 12:10, 3rd Jul, 2013 | 0
Nouska is an older husky that has found his way to the GSPCA Animal Shelter and it has developed that he has a cancerous growth in his chest.
To help save Nouska and lengthen his life next Wednesday he is having an operation to remove the lump.
With any operation there is both a risk and a cost but the vets and the team at the GSPCA feel that despite Nouska being over 10 years old he has a lot of life and love to give.
Submitted by GSPCA on 12:52, 2nd Jul, 2013 | 0
Last Thursday 'Tomcat' as he's been named had a very close escape.
Having escaped from his home Tomcat was spotted after being dropped by a Bird of Prey who nearly had him as a meal.
Fortunately the lucky Budgie that was found at Ronez Quarry was rushed to the GSPCA and is recovering well.
Tomcat is under treatment in an intensive care unit and we are appealing for the owner to come back.
Tomcat is a male Opaline Spangle Light Blue adult Budgerigar and if you have lost yours please get in touch on 01481 257261 or pop in to the Shelter in St Andrews.
Submitted by GSPCA on 10:40, 2nd Jul, 2013 | 0
The GSPCA would like to officially thank BDO Limited for their Charitable Trust donation which has enabled us to erect additional aviaries that will assist in the rehabilitation and release of the many sick, injured and orphaned birds that arrive at the Animal Shelter every month.
Roy Cochrane Presents "Guernsey Changes" a colour slide and chat show at Les Cotils Saturday 20th July
Submitted by GSPCA on 11:39, 1st Jul, 2013 | 0
On Saturday the 20th July 2013 Roy Cochrane Presents "Guernsey Changes".
A Colour Slide and Chat Show at Les Cotils
Tickets are £6.50 each and include afternoon tea.
There is a raffle on the day and proceeds from the day will be donated to the GSPCA.
The talk starts at 2.30pm and those going are asked to arrive at 2pm.
To book your tickets please call Roy on 01481 722772 or mobile 07781446205.
WEA and the GSPCA team up for the first time to run a course called 'An Introduction to Animal Care and Welfare'
Submitted by GSPCA on 09:53, 1st Jul, 2013 | 0
Submitted by GSPCA on 12:22, 27th Jun, 2013 | 0
Yesterday the GSPCA microchipped the first Hedgehogs in Guernsey.
Scatters then Bonnie were the first two Hedgehogs to be chipped at the Shelter and the first to be know to be chipped in the Channel Islands.
The GSPCA have been using paint and plastic tags to help with monitoring the hogs released from the Shelter but these as with many methods fall and run off.
The GSPCA deal with hundreds of Hedgehogs every year and with declining numbers in the UK the Animal Shelter want to know if a Hedgehog returns to the Shelter that we can accurately tell this is the case.
Submitted by GSPCA on 11:54, 20th May, 2013 | 0
It is believed that hedgehogs are on the decline and a UK hedgehog charity are asking for your help to find out if that is true.
Hedgehog Street are carrying out a hedgehog survey between the 1st February and 31st August.