3 comments to “100 cats seized by the RSPCA WA – will a single one make it out alive?”

  1. Wemda | November 14, 2014 | Permalink

    This is atrocious Shame on your RSPCA. How can they have deteriorated in your care….. too sick to be placed after treatment and care. Hypocracy in that sentence methinks. Isn’t killing a cat that has a right to life cruel. Where is the compassion, the caring that the RSPCA apply to all their advertisements… They pull in the donations and so many think they are Saintly but being one of the highest killers of abandoned animals in some States of Australia, the truth needs to be publicised.. This is just too heinous to think about.

  2. Nicky Kain | November 14, 2014 | Permalink

    Please don’t slaughter these cats. You are funded by the Government to investigate animal cruelty. Killing rehomable pets is also cruelty in my opinion. The public would be appalled it these animals die!

  3. Charmaine | November 14, 2014 | Permalink

    RSPCA are given donations by the public in the belief that they ‘rescue’ needy animals, rehabilitate them with loving care, including veterinary work and then find them loving homes.

    How dare they kill these animals. If they cannot be bothered to help them, they should stand aside and let other rescues who will care for the animals take them,

    I still remember what they did to Izzy and her pups when there were many people that would have taken them and their reasons were not believable, as the some of the health issues they described could not be diagnosed at such a young age.

    The are not rescuing animals, they are killing them – I am absolutely horrified.