In its ‘RSPCA policies on animal welfare’ it states under its Objects of the RSPCA that ‘The charitable objects of the RSPCA are to promote kindness and to prevent or suppress cruelty to animals

The RSPCA’s vision is, ‘To work for a world in which all humans respect and live in harmony with all other members of the animal kingdom

Under its Mission Statement, the RSPCA declares ‘The RSPCA as a charity will, by all lawful means, prevent cruelty, promote kindness to and alleviate suffering.’

And under their General Principles, the RSPCA states ‘The general principles on which the RSPCA operates, derived from extensive scientific evidence, is based on the fact that vertebrates and some invertebrates are sentient, and can feel pain and distress.’

What happened to all those honorable and admirable objects, visions, statements and principles when RSPCA inspectors arrived at an address in South Wales and proceeded to slaughter ten German Shepherd dogs with a captive bolt?

Monday, 25 January 2010


How is it that a charity employee, an ordinary member of the public, has dangerous drugs in their possession at home? Is it not illegal for an ordinary member of the public to be in possession of such highly addictive, dangerous drugs?
Why did this same charity worker also have live unsecured ammunition in their home?
Why is it that the RSPCA are above the law?
Shall we ask North Wales Police?

Police have issued an urgent appeal for information after powerful medicine and bullets were stolen in a house burglary in north Wales.

They said the break-in happened at the home of an RSPCA worker in Llangernyw, Abergele, Conwy on Saturday.

As well as personal items like bank cards, a metal box containing two glass bottles of the medicine Pentbarbitone Sodium and bullets was stolen.

Officers said they are concerned where these items are.

The robbery took place sometime between 1230 GMT and 1830 GMT on Saturday.

North Wales Police said anyone who witnessed any suspicious vehicles or suspicious behaviour in the Llangernyw area should come forward.

Anyone with information should contact officers at St Asaph on 101, or 0845 607 1001 (Welsh line) or 0-845 607 1002 (English line), or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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