These people shouldn't be in this sort of work if they don t care for animals they had no right to put it down it only went in for an exray to see how the leg was doing the carers were happy to foster it and take care of it. The person who did it should be put down or thrown out of the job and never to work with animals again with a jail sentence and throw away the key.DISGUSTING
If this is true, it is one of the worst things I have EVER heard about...There is no excuse in the world for this..None. Zero. What the hell is going on with RSPCA???????
They're a bunch of animal killers, that what is wrong with them!
The RSPCA should be investigated. There are enough dogs out there looking for homes, but this one had a home he could have gone to. This is disgusting action from an agency that is supposed to be saving animals not putting them down.
Almighty God wil punish those idiots who did dis 2 poor Thomas.they'l gt e greatest rtributions later in life..
Jail those lice that hurt animals for a minimum of 35 years. No parole,no easy way out.
Another nail in the coffin for the RSPCA!!!!! You go about your business to how ever you see fit with no concern regarding the feelings of the public. One would think that a squeaky image would be to your benefit but no, this did not suit you in regards to this situation and many others. No excuse - the foster people were offering a good home but you killed him. SHAME SHAME SHAME on you RSPCA. You disgust me!
That's disgusting!!! Shame on RSPCA-what right do you have to have a final say in destroying an innocent little defenseless life,you should have left him in a fosters perfectly good home,they were ready to keep him.Is there idiots working there? Some people don't deserve to work with animals,demand to find out who did it and name n shame.....
No more support from me!
I remember last year a woman phoned the RSPCA to report a stray cat in her garden. They came to collect it and within a matter of hours the cat had been put down even though the owner called in to ask for his cat back. The cat in question was healthy, young and chipped but still they put him down without a second thought. It was that story that made me stop giving money to the the RSPCA UK.