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Marge Scott
Marge Scott

Typical RSPCA,they show the public their true colors .they have PTS more animals than they save for years,too many chiefs and not enough Indians.they have far to many board members on the payroll.DON'T SUPPORT

Jessy Svetanoska
Jessy Svetanoska
  • Marge Scott

Justice for Thomas group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/117637005078147/ We are asking for a Parliamentary enquiry into the NSW RSPCA!
Please share our petition link:
http://www.causes.com/actions/1757705-we-call-for-a-parliamentary-enquiry-into-the-nsw-rspca

Nancy Abby Richter Honeychuck

I think the people who work at the shelter do so because it is their chance to kill innocent and vulnerable creatures who can't protect themselves. It also gives these maladjusted, chronically angry killers the chance to thumb their nose at others who care about protecting innocent lives. They are sick misfits who gravitate to jobs in shelters, on factory farms, and in slaughter houses for this reason, and because they can't fit in with decent people.

Joy Taylor
Joy Taylor

Shelters should be turned into sanctuaries and all personnel should have routine psych evaluations

Jenny Anne Cooper
Jenny Anne Cooper

They need closing down...

Patty van Zeist
Patty van Zeist

Close this centre and find good loving people to set up a good center for the animals. The animals don not even belong to the shelter but to other people. What sick people work hereeeee? This meeds a invetigation.

Karen Jackson Butler
Karen Jackson Butler

Shame on RSPCA you had no right

Sandra Lawson
Sandra Lawson

Shame on RSPCA money before saving lives

Suzanne Camm
Suzanne Camm

RSPCA no more

Cheryl Coker
Cheryl Coker

There is something wrong in the upper management......the RSPCA was not originally set up for this type of cruelty.

Christopher Jones
Christopher Jones

Don't think for a second that the supposed animal shelters, even from some of the animal advocacy groups are not part of the problem. Some of those that are supposed to be caring for animals are amongst the worst perpetrators. The ASPA and PETA are on that list. They care for the suffering of the animals (which is commendable), but their answer is death. They're killers in the name of no-suffering. But, they kill the animals loved by their owners because THEY think it's best. One could call...

Don't think for a second that the supposed animal shelters, even from some of the animal advocacy groups are not part of the problem. Some of those that are supposed to be caring for animals are amongst the worst perpetrators. The ASPA and PETA are on that list. They care for the suffering of the animals (which is commendable), but their answer is death. They're killers in the name of no-suffering. But, they kill the animals loved by their owners because THEY think it's best. One could call it killing for kindness. Worse, they actually take our donations to do it! But I feel the no-kill method is better. https://www.facebook.com/events/236752966403277/, http://www.nathanwinograd.com/?p=12845 (Read articles by Nathan Winograd.)

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