Human kind has traditionally had an exceptionally strong bond towards
animals. We’ve used them in commerce, relied on them in crisis and brought them
into our hearts, homes and families.
It’s astounding then that some people can treat animals so badly and dump them
with such a caviller attitude. Every year the RSPCA receives thousands on
unwanted animals, each with their own story. And although they do theuir best to
cope with the every increasing number of animals, they need our help to give
these creatures hope.
If you’re considering buying a new pet, why not check out an RSPCA shelter
first? The love of your life may not be a puppy or a kitten but a fully grown
animal looking for a second chance. Don’t we all deserve a second chance?
The RSPCA also urges people to carefully consider the purchase of a pet. Pets
are a life long commitment and require constant love, care, attention and
maintenance. The RSPCA also urges people to think carefully before you buying a
puppy or a kitten and asks that we all make responsible and fair decision about
whether or not we’re really ready to become parents.
All cats and dogs from RSPCA shelters are vaccinated, wormed and of course,
microchipped. So even if they’ve been lost once before, hopefully, they’ll never
be lost again.
So consider giving an RSPCA animal a second chance and do you your bit to help
all creatures great and small.