SPCA doesn’t take money involuntarily

As an animal lover and pensioner I resent being told that this poor dog does not deserve to be rescued.

Response to letter from Kristi Davis

As an animal lover and pensioner I resent being told that this poor dog does not deserve to be rescued.

Since when is it necessary for the public to give the SPCA money involuntarily? As far as my experience has shown they are always extremely appreciative of any sum donated.

Whether or not this poor dog is able to be saved and find a forever home is of course a huge question. However I believe every creature should be given a second chance.

I believe the SPCA does a fabulous, and often thankless job, which should be applauded not run down. They most definitely have a place in our society especially since animals cannot speak for themselves.


Jen Waterton


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