The RSPCA can put animals to sleep,even by shooting,even if they have just 'taken the animal into care'.
The 'animal collection officer' the 'Inspector','Chief Inspector and 'Superintendant' all have training
to carry out a euthanisation whenever and wherever they 'see fit' if they have nowhere to suitably
house the animal or if the animal is 'deemed' sick or ill or aged, they do not have to take the animal
to see a vet to make a decision,the reason?to prevent suffering.http://www.jewittc.fsnet.co.uk/homepage.htm
RSPCA people wear uniforms and have 'titles' which gives the public the 'impression' that they have
'legal powers' when in fact they have no more legal powers than any ordinary person.
Some of these 'people' who work for the RSPCA seem to think it ok to steal somebodys pet and euthanise
it.because effectively that is what that inspector has done,because that cat was their property.
Will the police prosecute for theft?No ! why? because the police seem to think they must be acting
in the best interests of the animal,and yet if an ordinary person were to steal somebodys pet they
would be prosecuted for theft and criminal damage to property..even if they were acting to prevent
The charities commision is the 'regulator' of charities but unlike the telecom regulator or energy regulator
the charities commision does not have the power to impose changes,so effectively they are toothless.
so the RSPCA is unregulated.
Here is a petition that aims to get a public inquiry into the policies of the RSPCA,only uk residents can
sign the petition,but feel free to crosspost on other boards.http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/rspcainquiry/
There are people working in the RSPCA who are trying to change things but that change can only
happen when members of the society vote for the changes.
A local branch of my RSPCA are crying out for new members to join forces and vote out the committee
members of the board who will not make changes.
Instead of not donating to the RSPCA why not become a member of your local RSPCA and vote for
the changes they desperately want.http://www.rspca.org.uk/servlet/Sate...uCanHelp/index
The RSPCA keep records of all the collections of animals and have log numbers,that is the only reason
why Morks owners have proof of wrongdoing,It's a shame other major animal charities aren't as stringent
with their records otherwise we would be hearing a lot of their wrongdoings and criminalities.
IMO it is never safe to let any pet outdoors.because people never know when that call to a animal charity
is going to be made and depending on which charity and who gets the call will depend on wether they ever
find out what happened to their pet.