8 comments to “RSPCA NSW’s new truth – pet lovers are no long happy to fund killing”

  1. Nadia waugh | July 1, 2014 | Permalink

    Disgraceful that people donate their hard earned cash thinking that this money will be used to help animals in need and instead this money is kept, whilst The animals taken in for “care” are killed…… people will not stand for this and as people become aware, they will stop donations.

    • Naomi Radunski | July 2, 2014 | Permalink

      Yes, totally, Nadia – the day has finally arrived when donors (aka, US) are asking the hard questions about the orgs we give money to … and we want to see results. Gone the days of just throwing money in the general direction of our guilty conscience …

  2. Karen Arvidsson | July 1, 2014 | Permalink

    Absolutely true. With all that profit they could easily fund an in house rehab unit, but they don’t. They con thousands of volunteers nationally into giving the free work, they con benefactors into leaving them money in their Will, and they con the public through marketing falsehoods. Local shelters save animals and deserve government funding. Not these empire builders. I’m in Victoria and am horrified at the pretense, slack service when a pet is missing and lack of real re homing efforts for surrenders.

  3. adele culverwell | July 1, 2014 | Permalink

    The RSPCAWA has a contract with the West Australian State Government. In return for $500,000.00
    each year RSPCAWA has contracted that general inspectors employed by RSPCAWA WILL NOT

    Sorry hens in cages, sheep and cattle on boats, sows in sow stalls. RSPCAWA doesnt care about you they would rather have the money!

    • molly | July 2, 2014 | Permalink

      Hi Adele
      Where did you find this information and how can I confirm it. thank you x

  4. Sue | July 1, 2014 | Permalink

    Its always better to donate and get involved with the local, small pet rescue organisations. More personal, love, care & passion are involved among these common people of small groups to help animals in need. RSPCA might have started with a noble cause in their mind but now its all about money & publicity.

  5. Louise O'Rourke | July 2, 2014 | Permalink

    RSPCA = Really Suspect Pet Culling Association