Very sad, I am glad the doggy had love and care from his foster family and pray for them and the animal they loved so much
I am sooo sorry for your loss !!!
But not surprised !!!
Everyone if you want to give your time or money to the animal cause please give to small rescues who rely solely on it and truly deserves it...bugger the RSPCA who are government funded anyways and a killing machine !
Remember, we are all animals. We are related. We all die the same way, and death is final and irrevocable for all.
It is disgusting. Putting an animal down for a stupid reason that WAS never ever mentioned previously is MURDER. Of course he may have had separation anxiety, he was in unfamiliar surroundings. He couldn't really see or hear. What a bunch of BS!!!
Wtf, I can't get this off my fb or my email. This is a virus. You suck.
This is becoming an all too familiar story with the RSPCA isn't it?.......they need to appoint Lyn White from Animals Australia to 'sort out' the entire society Australia wide. Get rid of the hierarchy!!
I think that the people working in these shelters should have to go through pscyh evaluations before they can work with the animals.I'm sure quite a few would not be there.
people are cruel
how sad that this had to happen; are people desensitize to killing animals?
I had the RSPCA around my house the other day asking for monthly donations. I told them I already make monthly donations to the PDSA and the Dogs Trust. He just started filling in the form saying they were just linking people up. I thought it was a good thing until he asked for my bank details. There's no way I'm going to donate the little money I do have to the RSPCA just to line the pockets of their fat cats. Plus, they are now renowned for putting healthy dogs down.