|JUSTINE PANNET; RSPCA PROPOGANDA|
Justine Pannett, senior campaigns manager at the RSPCA, said the charity had decided to carry out more research into why people behave in certain ways before launching a campaign.
FENRIS WOLF COMMENTS;
The real problem is that the RSPCA's messages are increasingly extreme and unconnected with normal life.
Who wants to support the boltgunning to death of dogs by an organisation that prosecuted a policeman for putting a dying cat out of its misery?
Who wants so support an organisation that is continually criticised for intimidating and prosecuting vulnerable people, the elderly, the disabled, children instead of helping?
Who wants to support an organisation that prosecutes local rescues doing the job the RSPCA should be doing (did you know that the RSPCA no longer takes stray or owner surrendered animals?) when they start to damage RSPCA fund collection? You only have to look at what happened to Pat Seager.
Who wants to support an organisation that has been ( and despite their claims of opposing the Dangerous Dogs Act are still) running round identifying dogs as 'pit bull type' resulting in dogs, even pure bred staffies, being slung in stark kennels, sometimes for years and even dying before their owners (who don't get any legal aid to fight the case) manage to get a court hearing that releases the dogs?
And who wants to support an organisation that wants to ban virtually every kind of human-animal interaction?
If the RSPCA wants people to support its message then it needs to give a message that is supportable.