Couldn't finish reading the story- I was too sickened and sad for this sweet innocent creature.
Awfull!!! They must be hartbroken!! I sincerly hope it was an honest mistake; i can imagine that the persons involved are just as shocked!
This is absolutely ridiculous to put a dog down for separation anxiety! This can be controlled with medication and time, and help from some loving people!!! Really!!! What kind of people are you all?????
RSPCA -Sydney (Yagoona) Shelter
201 Rookwood Road
Phone: (02) 9770 7555
Fax: (02) 9770 7577
This story touched my heart.blessings!
Somebody in this town just needs to go burn down the Building so that these idiots will no longer have a place to kill animals ever again.
Make sure there's no animals in it first though x
Since when is separation anxiety a problem that requires death to cure. I have helped dozens of dogs with separation anxiety, it just takes some time. This is disgusting!
Shame on you RSPCA !! I used to donate monthly by standing order but after reading and hearing about other incidents by you I cancelled and will never donate to you again !!
Hearing yet another story of the apparent change in RSPCA policy makes my heart hurt. I grew up always believing that the RSPCA would always protect and care for all abandoned or abused animals, yet for the last few months I have heard many, many stories about healthy animals being killed by this organisation without giving the poor creatures a chance to find a home. What has happened or is happening to this once great organisation? Is there another PETA type person setting the policy? We...
Hearing yet another story of the apparent change in RSPCA policy makes my heart hurt. I grew up always believing that the RSPCA would always protect and care for all abandoned or abused animals, yet for the last few months I have heard many, many stories about healthy animals being killed by this organisation without giving the poor creatures a chance to find a home. What has happened or is happening to this once great organisation? Is there another PETA type person setting the policy? We all know exactly what that policy is - kill, at all costs, even if you have to lie to do it! It's time this organisation did some self searching and conducted a far reaching investigation into what is happening behind its closed doors, and why. More importantly, its time the RSPCA lived up to its name, Royal Society for the PROTECTION of animals. I believe the dictionary definition of protection is to help and prevent harm from happening. Not much prevention of harm happening in the RSPCA right now!
WE WANT THE RSPCA INVESTIGATED! Justice for Thomas
REQUEST AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE RSPCA!
EMAIL: [email protected]
FAX: 02 9265 9222
CONTACT NSW PREMIER and ask for RSPCA to be investigated over all the KILLINGS of innocent rehomable pets!
The RSPCA will never receive a single penny from me or my family. For them to kill a puppy who had a chance at a good life with the foster family is disgusting. There was not need for this innocent pup to lose his life other than the fact that this so called shelter didn't want him to have a chance to be happy. This place must be run by monsters, certainly not compassionate people. They should be investigated and closed immediately. No excuse for this horrible tragedy.
In 1992 the RSPCA Yagoona put down my dog "by mistake"! She was 2yrs old and healthy. I called on Friday afternoon and they said to come in on Monday morning to pick her up; over the weekend they would de worm her, give her shots ect. When I went in on Monday morning they had put her down about 15 mins before I arrived. They said "Sorry, we put her name on the wrong list". Murderers!! Something has to be done about this shelter, they are murderers, plain and simple!!
Iseult: I'm American, from the US. I live in Brooklyn, NY. New York City's Animal Care & Control are just like the RSPCA. They have a propensity for putting down healthy adoptable animals. The ASPCA, here in New York City, isn't like that. Euthanasia in the ASPCA is as a last resort. They make every effort to save the animal and place it for adoption, but euthanasia is almost always a last resort.