RSPCA whistle blower found hanged

#3
The RSPCA captive bolt gun dogs. I don't like them.
It means they've got more money to spend on their bosses political agendas. Looking after animals is such a tiresome and expensive business.
 
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#4
Don't piss in the RSPCA's political wheaties - cnuts.


RSPCA whistleblower found hanged - Telegraph
Thanks for the pointer and I note that the character assassination carried out by that august body was tempered by the statement 'alleged handling of stolen animals'' whatever the feck that's supposed to tell us.
Whatever your take on the RSPCA, in my limited experience the field ops appear to do a good job whilst the head shed does.....................well, what many head sheds do.
 
#8
Who the **** is running the RSPCA's PR machine?
Whoever it is they like the word "Disgruntled" and did not see that as the statement of the bleedin obvious. Imagine her appearing at an Employment Tribunal "Were you fully equipped with gruntles by your employer the RSPCA and did you hand them all in when you demobbed"
 
#10
The RSPCA is over run with pc hand wringing leftist nanny state we know better than you cnuts. I stopped donating to them a very long time ago.

I now support Sea Shepard because they are barking, and Pirates Argh.
Also full of low life who are quite prepared to endanger the lives of other seafarers.
 
#11
Sweeping statement I know but not had one good experience with them. I do voluntary work for a dog charity and have seen cases left unattended by the RSPCA after several reports by members of the public. Their help line is a joke.
 
#12
Also full of low life who are quite prepared to endanger the lives of other seafarers.

And? I don't care. They have a cool flag and as Eddy Izzard and the world know. Flags are important.

Eddie Izzard - A Cunning use of Flags - YouTube

I have watched the barking men and women of sea shepard constantly putting other sea farers lives at risk by ramming 10,000 ton ship with the inflatable ribs! They are as mad as a box of frog and I luv em.
 
#13
And? I don't care. They have a cool flag and as Eddy Izzard and the world know. Flags are important.

Eddie Izzard - A Cunning use of Flags - YouTube

I have watched the barking men and women of sea shepard constantly putting other sea farers lives at risk by ramming 10,000 ton ship with the inflatable ribs! They are as mad as a box of frog and I luv em.
I suppose there is no account for taste.
 
#14
Private Eye has run several pieces over the last few months regarding the RSPCA's zealous attempts to prosecute animal owners on dubious evidence, inaccurate info and the disregard to the disproportionate suffering to the owner on the outcome of a criminal conviction.

They sound like a right bunch of cnuts
 
#15
I suppose in every organisation there comes a point where protecting the money and power becomes more important than that organisation's original purpose; the church, parliament and apparently the RSPCA. I was never very impressed by them in the meat industry.
 
#16
This woman may be a whistle-blower and may have brought some of the less savoury practices of the RSPCA into focus but hanging yourself where your kids are going to find you is just plain selfish.

On another note, I worked on a documentary series on RSPCA inspectors, covering the blokes on the ground and trainees. We accompanied a few 'forced entries' and what we found was not nice at all. They do a lot of good for animal welfare and are happy to get stuck in when cruelty is discovered.

However, as with all charitable NGOs and I mean all, once the empire building starts, the people at the top seem to have issues with priorities.
 

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I suppose in every organisation there comes a point where protecting the money and power becomes more important than that organisation's original purpose; the church, parliament and apparently the RSPCA. I was never very impressed by them in the meat industry.
Oh, so that's what they do with all the dead dogs then? Makes sense I suppose, but they'll probably undercut the local abattoirs (if there are any nowadays).

My sole experience with the RSPCA was when a friend was reported by his neighbour for shooting a squirrel. He shot it stone dead, but the RSPCA threatened to prosecute as it was not 'humane' (no suggestions from them as to how to kill squirrels humanely - their advice was "don't kill them"). Said mate now shoots them when neighbour is out, and pisses on neighbours porch too.
 
#19
Let's no forget the tract of land bequeathed by a nature lover to the RSPCA. The large plot was a natural haven for wildlife and the owner wanted to ensure that the wild inhabitants would be able to live unmolested in perpetuity.

The RSPCA built houses on it.
 
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