Karen Devers
Karen Devers

You guys are crazy. Do you think the RSPCA has the money and resources to house the pets for as long as they deserve? Have you been to your local RSPCA lately? Made a donation to them lately??? Most of you will answer no.. Well why don't you support RSPCA on making the change instead of criticizing them for the hard decisions they need to make. They can't save every animal and they do the best they can. Also a point to remember.. They are only human and this sounds like it was a mistake.....

You guys are crazy. Do you think the RSPCA has the money and resources to house the pets for as long as they deserve? Have you been to your local RSPCA lately? Made a donation to them lately??? Most of you will answer no.. Well why don't you support RSPCA on making the change instead of criticizing them for the hard decisions they need to make. They can't save every animal and they do the best they can. Also a point to remember.. They are only human and this sounds like it was a mistake.. People make mistakes!! I think you should all be ashamed for bagging out RSPCA when they do such a good job- better than you! Don't cut off your nose to spite your face.

Joy Lewis
Joy Lewis
  • Karen Devers

Im sorry Karen but you are wrong - I read stories every day from Rescue Groups here in WA who are full to the brim and get calls from people who have been referred to them by the RSPCA - who say they are full when they arent. I have personally called them to ask for help and been denied, and also referred to Rescue Groups- groups who survive mostly on the good will of their carers and little else. The RSPCA get funded and recently in Perth were given over 1/2 million dollars in a bequest...

Im sorry Karen but you are wrong - I read stories every day from Rescue Groups here in WA who are full to the brim and get calls from people who have been referred to them by the RSPCA - who say they are full when they arent. I have personally called them to ask for help and been denied, and also referred to Rescue Groups- groups who survive mostly on the good will of their carers and little else. The RSPCA get funded and recently in Perth were given over 1/2 million dollars in a bequest from a will.
Max is not the first nor will he be the last - until the dealings are made public and more people become aware of what they are really doing.

Barb Brindley
Barb Brindley
  • Karen Devers

Do you know how much of their donations are genuinely used for animals? Perhaps 10%

Danielle Catherine
Danielle Catherine
  • Karen Devers

The RSPCA has both the money and the resources. Have a look at their Government funding, oh and then have a look at the bequests. Yes, they do save some animals but they need to change the way they operate NOW.

Claire Lee Webster
Claire Lee Webster
  • Karen Devers

Not to mention pet insurance advertising and so much more. I donate as well. Think I may buy a property to rehouse these beautiful critters. There is a pet for everyone at least four weeks of trying really hard for a new person may have been acceptable. Poor boy wouldn't have known what hit him going to such a location after having his own family. I feel sad. Very sad

Brad Payton
Brad Payton
  • Karen Devers

YAPS (young animal protection society) in cairns dont kill their housed cats or dogs, every animal is found a home..100's of volonteers work walk and raise the money.

Leanne Vermeer
Leanne Vermeer
  • Karen Devers

Have a look at the pay packet of the guy in charge,!!! its a money making racket,

Karen Davies
Karen Davies
  • Karen Devers

YAPS may have a no kill policy, but they turn away countless animals because they do not have the room because of keeping the animals indefinitely. This is a 'rock and a hard place' dilema- what do you do? When was the last time any of you people commenting on this adopted a cat, dontated land to build new kennels, volunteered, donated - it goes on and on? This is not easy. And what were Max's owners doing deciding to go off travelling long term while they still had the responsibility of a...

YAPS may have a no kill policy, but they turn away countless animals because they do not have the room because of keeping the animals indefinitely. This is a 'rock and a hard place' dilema- what do you do? When was the last time any of you people commenting on this adopted a cat, dontated land to build new kennels, volunteered, donated - it goes on and on? This is not easy. And what were Max's owners doing deciding to go off travelling long term while they still had the responsibility of a dog? Travel with your dog or put it off till you do NOT have a dog. This is not the RSPCA's fault....

Andrea Cook
Andrea Cook

RSPCA KILLED MAX JUST ONE DAY AFTER THEIR "MILLION PAW WALK." PLZ READ THIS ARTICLE & DO NOT SUPPORT THESE PPL..THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING!
POSTING IN MEMORY OF MAX, THE POINTER..RIP DEAR SOUL...THEY KILLED HIM FOR THEIR OWN INVALID, STUPID REASON BACKED BY THEIR OWN BULL-SHIT!!!
PLZ READ THE STORY LINK & PASS IT ON..THANX.

Vin Vince
Vin Vince
  • Andrea Cook

I knew Max .... a lovable friendly and " not aggressive dog" all he wanted was love and the RSPCA stuffed up and killed him ...then tried to cover it up ... SHAME SHAME SHAME

Andrea Cook
Andrea Cook
  • Andrea Cook

I never stop being amazed about how ignorant PPL like this get away with exploiting & treating Animals so unfairly..It makes me so ashamed to be the same species they are..

Susie Dawson
Susie Dawson
  • Andrea Cook

Fantastic to see someone is willing to speak up. RSPCA receives Govt funding and many large donations. They are top heavy with Executive salaries and they do not provide the support that animals need. I am from Broome and we have just submitted a letter to the local paper pointing out that RSPCA has no presence in the Kimberley, all the animal rescue is done by the local rangers and SAFE Broome (all volunteers). Unfortunately the rangers and SAFE have no authority to enter a property when...

Fantastic to see someone is willing to speak up. RSPCA receives Govt funding and many large donations. They are top heavy with Executive salaries and they do not provide the support that animals need. I am from Broome and we have just submitted a letter to the local paper pointing out that RSPCA has no presence in the Kimberley, all the animal rescue is done by the local rangers and SAFE Broome (all volunteers). Unfortunately the rangers and SAFE have no authority to enter a property when animals are in need. Recently we knew of a paddock full of horses starving to death. Unable to enter the property we called RSPCA to be advised they have no funding for the Kimberley.
To further insult the situation RSPCA also runs A Paws Walk in Broome and takes all the money out of the region - a region whose dogs are in a worse condition than dogs in Bali

Ashley Rix
Ashley Rix

The RSPCA has to follow strict guidelines in regards to the euthanisation of animals. If you disagree with the high death rate, instead of boycotting their fundraising efforts (they receive more than 97% of their funding from the public through events such as these) why not become a foster carer, volunteer your time to help at their shelters, spread the word about the importance of registering and de-sexing your pet so their facilities are less likely to become overcrowded due to the...

The RSPCA has to follow strict guidelines in regards to the euthanisation of animals. If you disagree with the high death rate, instead of boycotting their fundraising efforts (they receive more than 97% of their funding from the public through events such as these) why not become a foster carer, volunteer your time to help at their shelters, spread the word about the importance of registering and de-sexing your pet so their facilities are less likely to become overcrowded due to the massive amount of stray and abandoned animals taken in each year, educate others about how to properly care for their pets, don't support puppy farms by buying from pet shops... and the list goes on.

Will not attending the Million Paws Walk really help get rid of this issue, or can you spend your time more wisely?

David Atwell
David Atwell
  • Ashley Rix

Many of us do already. I spend many hours every week saving dogs & cats whilst running SoCares. Meanwhile the RSPCA killed 14,500 cts & dogs last year, made a $10 million profit, & has $40 million of donations & taxpayers dollars invested in the Australian Stock Exchange. So learn something about the organisation you're prepared to defend before you shoot your ignorant mouth off at people who know a lot better.

Susan Holley Dill
Susan Holley Dill
  • Ashley Rix

Not all shelters follow those strict guidelines. There are ongoing investigations in a few shelters due to their not following the euthansia guidelines. Boycotting and creating petitions can make a difference, I see it often. I agree with your suggestion of fostering, etc., but that is only one part of a solution. There are shelters that do not temperment test correctly. I could go on and on with documented situations where shelters euthanize when it is not necessary or against the guidelines.

Ashley Rix
Ashley Rix
  • Ashley Rix

David: I am far from ignorant when it comes animal welfare and the "business" some make it out to be. I too dedicate quite a lot of time volunteering for various not-for-profit organisations and I commend you on your work with SoCare. I don't however, think you need to be rude to others in order to make your point.

Susan: I agree, a few shelters probably do demonstrate a more relaxed attitude when it comes to adhering tho these strict guidelines, but the majority don't. I think if the...

David: I am far from ignorant when it comes animal welfare and the "business" some make it out to be. I too dedicate quite a lot of time volunteering for various not-for-profit organisations and I commend you on your work with SoCare. I don't however, think you need to be rude to others in order to make your point.

Susan: I agree, a few shelters probably do demonstrate a more relaxed attitude when it comes to adhering tho these strict guidelines, but the majority don't. I think if the community where more involved in the eduation of animal wlfare and took more responsibility for their pets we wouldn't have to deal with the heartbreaking issue of animal abandonement in such a difficult way.

I am curious, where do you think the cats and dogs that were euthanased becuase they failed their health or behavioural tests should have gone? (And I'm not having a dig, this is a serious question)

Karen Haggerty
Karen Haggerty

so sad.....i would not like to meet these people.........disgrace !

James Hopper
James Hopper

The RSPCA entered my neighbors private property recently because some idiot reported their lamb did not have any water. The owner was home luckily and too the inspector around the side of the house where there was a bath tub full of water. The idiots did not apologize . Said it was their job. Try telling the bastards that thousands of domestic bunnies are locked up in filthy dark sheds and are legally being bred for restaurants and they dont give a stuff, even though they have seen these...

The RSPCA entered my neighbors private property recently because some idiot reported their lamb did not have any water. The owner was home luckily and too the inspector around the side of the house where there was a bath tub full of water. The idiots did not apologize . Said it was their job. Try telling the bastards that thousands of domestic bunnies are locked up in filthy dark sheds and are legally being bred for restaurants and they dont give a stuff, even though they have seen these photos taken at registered factory farms in Victoria. Check this out and it will have you scratching your heads wondering why the RSPCA are not investigated and their funds cut immediately. " freedomforfarmedrabbits .com" This is an Australian web site believe it or not. Thought this type of cruelty only would exist in China .

Sarita Verma
Sarita Verma

I DO NOT AND WILL NOT support the RSPCA. It has lost the plot for why it was created in the first place. It is a pity the Government throws money at the RSPCA - without checking what it is actually doing.
Give it to the smaller shelters - they have a better rehoming rate.
SHAME on you RSPCA.

Edna Rodrigues Costa
Edna Rodrigues Costa

na televisão passam apenas coisas que parecem ser boas né, que pena.

Claire Lee Webster
Claire Lee Webster

Not happy

Karen Davies
Karen Davies
  • Claire Lee Webster

YAPS may have a no kill policy, but they turn away countless animals because they do not have the room because of keeping the animals indefinitely. This is a 'rock and a hard place' dilema- what do you do? When was the last time any of you people commenting on this adopted a cat, dontated land to build new kennels, volunteered, donated - it goes on and on? This is not easy. And what were Max's owners doing deciding to go off travelling long term while they still had the responsibility of a...

YAPS may have a no kill policy, but they turn away countless animals because they do not have the room because of keeping the animals indefinitely. This is a 'rock and a hard place' dilema- what do you do? When was the last time any of you people commenting on this adopted a cat, dontated land to build new kennels, volunteered, donated - it goes on and on? This is not easy. And what were Max's owners doing deciding to go off travelling long term while they still had the responsibility of a dog? Travel with your dog or put it off till you do NOT have a dog. This is not the RSPCA's fault....

Judy Thorpe
Judy Thorpe

I certainly will not support RSPCA for their dirty doings. For what reason do they want people to donate? It certainly is not for to save the animals. They are a highly rated animal kill shelter. This animals behavior thing needs to be banned. Even the most gentlest dog will have personality change when thrown into a pound in fearful and strange environment. Someone comes up with a stupid idea and for some reason others follow it. Max's fosters should have never taken him back to the...

I certainly will not support RSPCA for their dirty doings. For what reason do they want people to donate? It certainly is not for to save the animals. They are a highly rated animal kill shelter. This animals behavior thing needs to be banned. Even the most gentlest dog will have personality change when thrown into a pound in fearful and strange environment. Someone comes up with a stupid idea and for some reason others follow it. Max's fosters should have never taken him back to the shelter. You foster an animal because there is no room at the shelter for any more dogs. They don't babysit dogs at animal shelters, they kill'em.

Julie Mccoy
Julie Mccoy

No Kill Shelter All The Way But All Animals Need Our Support And Our VOICE. Lets Keep Fighting FoR ALL Animals!!!!!!

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