The SPCA rescued mummy rabbit from Coopers Island, she was found to be heavily pregnant. The time has come to find homes for 4 babies… all have been well handled (they have been in foster care in a family home) and are very friendly. It’s preferable they go in pairs as rabbits are social animals. […]
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The Bermuda SPCA launched the pilot programme of Compassionate Class at West Pembroke’s primary 5 classes in February of this year. A spokesperson said, “After months of research and development, the Bermuda SPCA launched the pilot programme of Compassionate Class to West Pembroke’s primary 5 classes in February of this year. We were so excited […]
Help Support us Sunday September 6th 2020. Join us art 1612 Provisions 6 Penno’s Drive, St. George’s from Noon – 4pm.
Huge shout out to our friends at Pet Stop who have continued to support us from when we opened our food bank back in March. Their support has enabled us to help and continue to help many members of the community. From the bottom of our hearts, Thank you.If you would like more information about […]
The end of talking therapy for trauma? Trauma, and its effects on our everyday life, has been receiving increased attention in the wake of COVID-19. In the last few years there has been a fundamental reappraisal of how trauma is treated. The 2014 bestselling book, The Body Keeps the Score, argued that traumatic stress is held […]
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Shelters all over the world have seen a rise in animal adoptions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Why? This article outlines some of the reasons: emotional support, the need for touch and the desire to care for another creature. All of these are especially valuable when we’re in isolation. Interacting with an animal can help with anxiety, lowering your heart rate, blood pressure and cortisol levels while increasing your feel-good dopamine.