Kitty Plourde
Kitty Plourde

Thomas' so called separation anxiety could have been treated with medication. The RSPCA just doesn't want to admit that they killed Thomas for no reason except that they didn't want to deal with him. They obviously have done this many times over to other precious adoptable animals. A thorough investigation needs to be started immediately and sanctions against RSPCA implemented. The so called compassionate people who work there need to be fired and others who love and want to help animals find forever homes need to be hired. This is a disgrace.

Pauline Eden
Pauline Eden

This should be investigated more closely

Shannon O'brien Myers
Shannon O'brien Myers

Please shut them down, or fire all those who work there and give people who love animals and let them work there..NEED to make this a no KILL!! GOD blessed all his animals , what gives you the right to destroy what GOD has created....

Kathryn Margaret
Kathryn Margaret

The RSPCA are corrupt. They are profit driven. They have a massive kill-rate of healthy cats and dogs at their pounds and shelters. We must demand an independent investigation.

Lorraine Wells Palmer
Lorraine Wells Palmer

Totally not acceptable and a question also to WHY DID HE SUSTAIN A BROKEN LEG whilst at the shelter! Maybe that's why he cried scared to be left by someone that cared for him, maybe that's why he was killed so no one could find out. Why leave him with ones who weren't experienced enough and they wanted to adopt him so he wouldn't be killed why not let him, a steady home, love, food and shelter he would have eventually changed he just needed love and stability. An animal that has been abused,...

Totally not acceptable and a question also to WHY DID HE SUSTAIN A BROKEN LEG whilst at the shelter! Maybe that's why he cried scared to be left by someone that cared for him, maybe that's why he was killed so no one could find out. Why leave him with ones who weren't experienced enough and they wanted to adopt him so he wouldn't be killed why not let him, a steady home, love, food and shelter he would have eventually changed he just needed love and stability. An animal that has been abused, neglected, not fed and unloved will have issues, good god humans would, yet they are not killed because of that, every help is given to them. When a dog has been starved of course many will be food aggressive, that's understandable and they should be helped to change the behaviour. I thought this was the Royal Society for the 'Protection' of Animals!!

Laurie M. Conrad
Laurie M. Conrad

Just horrible, horrible, horrible. God Bless everyone trying to help the animals .

Diane Whitney
Diane Whitney

their is no more love in this world.these abusers should be abused the same way. they aren't human so why treat them as if they were?

Moreno Matkovic
Moreno Matkovic

ANIMAL SHULD BE RESPECT LIKE HUMANS ¨!!!!! not like nonething fuck animal killers !

Brian Pearce
Brian Pearce

If a animal shows any signs of distress at being left then you have to put in place ways of helping him rather than letting poor thomas get so distressed that the RSPCA felt that they had nochoice but to put him down, i would of thought that they would of had checked up on him if they felt the need to or do it as a matter of routine. This isint good enough and who to say that it wont happen again or happens all the time?

Brian Pearce
Brian Pearce

It comes across from what the RSPCA say is hat the Foster Carers were not eperienced enough to deal with thomas so why place him with them in thefirst place

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