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    RSPCA HAVENT GOT A CLUE WHAT THEY ARE DOING

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    Trilby Bee

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    Post  Trilby Bee on Sat Nov 26, 2011 1:26 pm

    Well, all this tells us is that the RSPCA does not have enough genuine cases to keep them busy. If your cat/dog/horse is thin, it's "emaciated" so they prosecute Shocked. This is despite the fact that thin animals are almost always healthier than fat ones. Take a fat cat to any vet and they will tell you to put it on a diet to avoid diabetes. cat If you have a naturally fat animal it becomes "obese" so you end up in court for that too. It doesn't surprise me one bit that they are belly-aching on about dog jackets. They have too mush money and not enough genuine work. They should go after some of the slaughter houses, horse markets, factory farms and battery hen farms but they don't. Why not? Simply because the people they meet in those surroundings will not tolerate interference. They would give as good as they got Embarassed Embarassed

    moonstone

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    RSPCA havnt got a clue

    Post  moonstone on Thu Jan 15, 2009 2:39 pm

    I have just read in the newspaper today that RSPCA are planning to prosecute for cruelty owners who take their dogs out wearing coats Evil or Very Mad can you believe that No so if your dog is perhaps old or sick or just feels the cold and you buy it a nice warm coat to wear then you could be leaving yourself open to prosecution Shocked
    RSPCA MUST get back to what they are supposed to be doing and that is rescuing animals in distress NOT hounding owners who really care for their pets Crying or Very sad
    They are disgraceful Evil or Very Mad
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    cuddles

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    RSPCA HAVENT GOT A CLUE WHAT THEY ARE DOING

    Post  cuddles on Thu Jan 15, 2009 12:41 pm

    Coats for cold dogs - another “confusing” message from the RSPCA

    The RSPCA’s PR department put out a press release on 7 January 2009. It stated that young dogs, old dogs and those with thin or sparse coats could benefit from a coat and that letting your dog get cold was an offence. By 13 January 2009, it was warning the same dog owners that they faced prosecution if they followed this advice.

    Anne Kasica of the SHG said:
    “This is a very unfortunate state of affairs. The central message is that the RSPCA can do anything it likes. It can prosecute people for having thin dogs, or for having a fat dog. Given the way that evidence is handled, with their vets often producing several versions of their reports before the final one is disclosed, cat cat the only people who are safe from the RSPCA are people who don’t keep an animal.”
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