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MessageSujet: high kill shelters : they euthanize many animals   Mar 7 Mai - 13:17

may 4th 2013

JUSTICE4MAX ...join us on our walk.. Sunday May 19th
Posted to Society of Companion Animal Re… by Jayne CvetanoskiMay 7
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JUSTICE4MAX ...
RSPCA Rutherford killed Max just after their 2012 Million Paws Walk.

Please join our vigil for Max and over ten thousand others killed by RSPCA NSW in the past 12 months, outside their Million Paws Walk at Morpeth on Sunday 19 May.

Let's tell RSPCA NSW that their record is not something to celebrate, and that they must change their high-kill, high-profit mentality.

It may be too late for Max, but we must break their killing cycle for the sake of thousands of others who depend on us.

Please also go to http://www.theherald.com.au/story/1478889/letters-rspca-vigil-will-mark-pet-deaths/?cs=315

to leave online comments to the Newcastle Herald.

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MessageSujet: Re: high kill shelters : they euthanize many animals   Jeu 9 Mai - 14:26


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“There is no death row at the RSPCA”
May 8, 2013

One of the largest obstacles to shelter reform is resistance. A group may talk about wanting there to be change. They may even be able to give you a long speil about all the amazing things they’re doing – but when it comes to the crunch the killing continues. If a shelter is still maintaining high kill rates in 2013, then you know they’re experiencing an entrenched case of resistance.

See my other post on this topic ‘Resistance’.

But sometimes this resistance extends to actively trying to whitewash any perceived issues. An organsation knows there is a problem, but they are not interested in changing the policies and procedures which lead to high kill rates. So they have to put a new spin on it.

The RSPCA South Australia quite boldly took this approach in their 2009/10 Annual Report proclaiming;

… we still achieved a 99% adoption rate (for dogs), which is a magnificent achievement.

In the same year, the organsation killed 1,233 dogs. Or 35% of unclaimed intakes. Or another way – 1 in every 3 dogs who needed rescue were killed.

By simply labelling certain dogs ‘unadoptable’ and dropping them off the count – suddenly the shelter is achieving a 99% save rate. Much more palatable to the public and without any extra effort on behalf of staff.

Or as someone in PR may say – TAA DAAA!



The RSPCA NSW jumps on the spin wagon



RSPCA NSW spokesperson Lukas Picton was featured for a recent photo spread for DNA Magazine. When asked the question ‘Where do the dogs at the RSPCA come from?’ he responds in part;

One of the biggest misconceptions about the RSPCA is that there is a time limit on how long we keep animals before they’re put to sleep. This isn’t true. There is no death row at the RSPCA. All animals that are placed up for adoption stay with us until they find a new home.



That’s a 100% save rate! Wow we all said in unison!

Except obviously, this again isn’t true. If we talk about the RSPCA just in NSW, they killed 14,393 pets, or 53% of unclaimed dogs and cats.

There is no death row at the RSPCA. Except that there is.



Fighting the resistance

Precious


Precious was a senior boxer suffering from ‘recurrent ear infections’.

After being used for a fundraising drive and spending three months in RSPCA NSW care she was killed, even though rescue groups were standing by ready to offer her any additional treatment she may have needed.

Said the RSPCA NSW of working with rescues;

“We don’t usually release animals to rescue groups, but there is no law that says we have to.”



Reg

Reg (the bulldog in the image below)…


… was made available for adoption in May 2012 and in July was used in a RSPCA NSW promotion as having ‘found his forever home’. In reality, Reg was actually killed.

Max

Max(the black pointer in this video)…





… was killed at RSPCA Rutherford last year, for failing their ‘temperament test’, despite his owner trying to claim him, and him wearing a rescue group tag with phone number – and the group being willing to collect him and save his life.
His full story can be read here.



Precious, Reg and Max are all victims of the ‘no death row’ at the RSPCA NSW.




4,862 dogs last year and 9,531 cats met the same fate last year – killed by the RSPCA NSW.

If you believe the killing must end – consider joining the ‘Justice for Max’ rally. It will be held just outside of Newcastle, in Morpeth.
Hunter animal lovers will stage a protest against the number of animals being killed by RSPCA NSW – at the same time the RSPCA holds its annual fund-raiser at Morpeth.

More than 100 people are expected to attend the Justice4Max Vigil at Morpeth Common from 9.30am on May 19 – just metres away from where the RSPCA NSW will host its popular Million Paws Walk.

The protesters are concerned by the number of dogs and cats euthanised by RSPCA NSW – 50.6 per cent of the total it took into its shelters, according to the organisation’s own figures for 2011-2012.

Aberdare resident David Atwell, the vice president for the Society of Companion Animal Rescuers, said this was an unacceptable situation.

“Even though the RSPCA claim that they’re here for the animals, they end up killing more companion animals than they save.

“Last year alone they killed around 14,500 cats and dogs from about 28,000 in their care. This amounts to an overall kill ratio of 50.6 per cent.

“This is unacceptable given pounds such as Muswellbrook and Wyong, which co-operate with rescue groups, have kill rates of just 8 per cent and 12 per cent respectively.

“This event is about educating the public that there is a better way, that there are alternatives. You can’t claim you’re here for the animals when you destroy 15,000 of them.”

But RSPCA NSW chief executive officer Steve Coleman has defended the organisation’s actions: “We don’t take euthanasia lightly, and we don’t kill healthy animals unnecessarily.”

“The RSPCA’s annual euthanasia statistics may appear high, but at closer glance the figures are quite telling,” he said.

“Of the 4862 dogs euthanised by RSPCA NSW last financial year, 62 per cent were put down due to behavioural reasons; nearly 35 per cent were humanely euthanised due to disease and other medical conditions.

“It would be unethical and socially irresponsible to re-home many of the animals that come through our doors.

“Even still, the RSPCA continues to improve, invest and innovate in order to increase re-homing and reduce euthanasia statistics.”

One of those animals killed last financial year was the mascot of the Justice4Max group – a German short-haired pointer named Max.

He was impounded by the Rutherford shelter and euthanised after failing the RSPCA’s behavioural test – an act which was surrounded by controversy as Mr Atwell said he was a “typical normal family dog” whose owner had been trying to reclaim him at the time.

One of Max’s foster carers from Dog Rescue Newcastle will speak at the vigil, along with Mr Atwell and Anne Greenway from Lawyers for Companion Animals.



For more information, visit the Justice for Max facebook page.
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MessageSujet: Re: high kill shelters : they euthanize many animals   Jeu 9 Mai - 14:46

may 7 2013

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RSPCA Australia National Statistics 2011-2012
The RSPCA receives thousands of animals every year in every State and Territory in
Australia. Annual statistics on the numbers of animals received, reclaimed or rehomed are
compiled on a national basis by RSPCA Australia. The following statistics cover the 2011 to
2012 financial year and give details on the receipt and placement of animals by each state
and territory RSPCA during that period. The statistics also include the number of cruelty
complaints received by the RSPCA inspectorate and prosecutions undertaken.
Detailed information is provided in the following figures and tables:
Table 1 Animals received nationally by the RSPCA for the 2011-2012 financial year
Table 2 Comparison of animals received over the past 5 years
Table 3 Reasons for euthanasia of dogs and cats by each state and territory RSPCA
Table 4 Breakdown of animals received by each state and territory RSPCA
Table 5 Cruelty complaints and prosecutions by state/territory RSPCA
Table 6 National complaints, prosecutions and convictions over the past 5 years
Figure 1 Total numbers of animals received since 2001
Figure 2 Reasons for euthanasia of dogs and cats at RSPCA shelters in 2011-2012
Figure 3 Cruelty prosecutions by type of animalPage 2 of 9
Table 1: Animals received nationally by the RSPCA for the
2011-2012 financial year
Number of animals Percentage of total
Total animals received: 131,525
Dogs
Reclaimed 18, 616 33.5% of total dogs
Rehomed 17,975 32.4% of total dogs
Currently in Care1 2,287 4.1% of total dogs
Transferred2 2,042 3.7% of total dogs
Euthanased 14,211 25.6% of total dogs
Other 432 0.8% of total dogs
Total dogs 55,563 42.25% of total animals
Cats
Reclaimed 2,166 4.1% of total cats
Rehomed 20,489 39.1% of total cats
Currently in Care1 2,996 5.7% of total cats
Transferred2 1,419 2.7% of total cats
Euthanased 24,651 47.1% of total cats
Other 616 1.1% of total cats
Total cats 52,337 39.79% of total animals
Other animals#
Reclaimed 2,256 9.5% of other animals
Rehomed 4,144 17.5% of other animals
Currently in Care1 1087 4.6% of other animals
Transferred2 3,621 15.3% of other animals
Euthanased 10,826 45.8% of other animals
Other 1,691 7.1% of other animals
Total other
animals 23,625 17.96% of total animals
1
Currently in Care: animals remaining in shelter at end of financial year including foster care
2
Transferred: animals transferred to non-RSPCA shelter or pound
# Including: horses, small animals, livestock, and wildlifePage 3 of 9
Table 2: Comparison of animals received over the past 5 years
2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-2012
Change from
previous
year
Dogs
Reclaimed/rehomed
/other 46,742 47,298 48,569 47,990 41,352 Down 13.83%
Euthanased 23,772 22,085 20,177 19,583 14,211 Down 27.43%
Total dogs 70,514 69,383 68,746 67,633 55,563
Down
17.77%
Cats
Reclaimed/rehomed
/other 26.303 26,710 27,075 27,440 27,686 Up .90%
Euthanased 42.731 39,495 38,642 37,177 24,651 Down 33.69%
Total cats 69,034 66,205 65,717 64,617 52,337
Down
19.00%
Other
Animals
Reclaimed/rehomed
/other 11,431 10,304 13,207 13,414 12,799 Down 3.09%
Euthanased 11,015 10,729 11,337 11,490 10,826 Down 4.51%
Total other animals 22,446 21,033 24,544 24,904 23,625 Down 5.14%
Total animals 161,994 156,621 159,007 157,094 131,525
Down
16.28%Page 4 of 9
Figure 1: Animals received since 2001
Table 3: Reasons for euthanasia of dogs and cats by each state and
territory RSPCA
State/Territory RSPCA
Total
ACT NSW^ NT* QLD SA TAS VIC WA
Dogs
Infectious 2 269 53 285 159 8 30 8 814
Medical reasons 59 1418 56 1,045 85 55 677 164 3,559
Behavioural
Problems 56 3,013 40 3,298 593 262 1,336 136 8,734
Legal 0 67 0 114 4 0 242 0 427
Other 0 95 1 500 58 2 21 0 677
Total dogs
euthanased 117 4,862 150 5,242 899 327 2,306 308 14,211
Cats
Infectious 129 2,707 69 1,047 707 245 1,201 72 6,177
Medical reasons 188 3,402 24 887 326 147 652 130 5,756
Behavioural
Problems 497 2,898 77 2,375 991 598 2,167 34 9,637
Legal 0 0 0 0 68 0 1 0 69
0
20,000
40,000
60,000
80,000
Number of animals received
Year
Dogs
Cats
OtherPage 5 of 9
Other 8 524 18 1,375 33 123 931 3 3,012
Total cats
euthanased 822 9,531 188 5,684 2,125 1,113 4,952 236 24,651
* Data not available for NT – data from Darwin Regional Branch only
Figure 2: Reasons for euthanasia of dogs and cats at RSPCA shelters in
2011-2012
Table 4: Breakdown of animals received by each State and Territory
RSPCA
State/Territory RSPCA
Total
ACT NSW^ Darwin QLD SA TAS VIC WA
Dogs
Reclaimed 967 896 141 5132 2044 666 8,204 566 18,616
Rehomed 358 4,921 376 5988 946 681 4,249 456 17,975
Currently in Care1
100 633 50 746 30 102 525 101 2287
Transferred2
245 609 0 802 323 56 7 0 2042
Euthanased 117 4,862 150 5242 899 327 2,306 308 14211
Other 20 68 4 118 42 8 169 3 432
Total dogs 1807 11,989 721 18,028 4,284 1,840 15,460 1,434 55563
Last year's total 1751 20959 740 19252 4760 1690 16872 1549 67573
Percent change3
3.20% -42.80% -2.57% -6.36% -10.00% 8.88% -8.37% -7.42% -17.77%
Cats
Reclaimed 226 243 16 580 125 69 898 9 2166
22%
32%
35%
0.1%
11%
Reasons of euthanasia of cats
Infectious
Medical
Behavioural
Legal
Other
5%
28%
59%
3% 5%
Reasons of euthanasia of dogs
Infectious
Medical
Behavioural
Legal
OtherPage 6 of 9
Rehomed 1243 4589 289 6191 1441 1390 4900 446 20489
Currently in Care1
71 1241 115 767 62 190 515 35 2996
Transferred2
0 731 0 174 105 44 365 0 1419
Euthanased 822 9531 188 5684 2125 1113 4952 236 24651
Other 38 74 19 204 84 33 152 12 616
Total cats 2400 16409 627 13600 3942 2839 11782 738 52337
Last year's total 2856 20703 634 16455 4906 3168 14885 1001 64617
Percent change3
-16.23% -20.74% -1.10% -17.35% -19.65% -10.39% -20.85% -26.27% -19.00%
Horses
Reclaimed 0 7 0 22 0 0 0 0 29
Rehomed 1 31 0 19 4 8 10 2 75
Currently in Care1
0 51 0 12 0 5 13 4 85
Transferred2
0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 8
Euthanased 1 10 0 2 3 2 13 2 33
Other3
0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2
Total horses 2 99 0 63 9 15 36 8 232
Last year's total 2 75 0 63 1 23 29 15 208
Percent change3
0 32.00% 0 0 90.00% -34.78% 24.14% -46.67% 11.54%
Livestock
Reclaimed 6 11 1 15 3 11 21 0 68
Rehomed 92 478 0 385 6 94 158 38 1251
Currently in Care1
9 289 0 42 0 21 38 6 405
Transferred2
0 10 0 112 0 2 2 0 126
Euthanased 24 369 0 318 3 63 138 13 928
Other 1 8 0 43 2 2 10 2 68
Total livestock 132 1165 1 915 14 193 367 59 2846
Last year's total 129 1255 4 1014 104 250 510 166 3432
Percent change3
2.33% -7.17% -75.00% -9.76% -86.54% -22.80% -28.04% -64.46% -17.07%
Wildlife
Released 697 49 0 1029 44 26 69 0 1914
Currently in Care1
89 114 0 33 29 1 9 0 275
Transferred2
24 255 0 2345 17 50 567 0 3258
Euthanased 1612 349 1 4428 45 69 787 0 7291
Other 428 197 0 477 1 14 240 0 1357Page 7 of 9
Total wildlife 2850 964 1 8312 136 160 1672 0 14095
Last year's total 3240 1179 0 7402 319 210 1594 6 13950
Percent change3
-12.04% -18.24% 100% 12.29% -57.37% -23.81% 4.89% -100% 1.04%
Other animals
Reclaimed 47 36 0 86 18 28 25 5 245
Rehomed 384 609 8 758 296 184 482 97 2818
Currently in Care1
70 19 0 67 25 15 107 19 322
Transferred2
0 20 0 144 53 4 8 0 229
Euthanased 191 1284 4 328 228 29 470 40 2574
Other 26 36 1 88 41 8 62 2 264
Total other animals 718 2004 13 1471 661 268 1154 163 6452
Last year's total 576 2168 17 1747 679 372 1717 38 7314
Percent change3
24.7% -7.6% -23.5% -15.8% -2.7% -28.0% -32.8% 328.9% -11.8%
Total animals
received 7909 32630 1363 42389 9046 5315 30471 2402 131525
Total 2010-11 8563 46339 1395 45933 10769 5713 35607 2775 157094
Percent change4
-7.64% -29.58% -2.29% -7.72% -16.00% -6.97% -14.42% -13.44% -16.28%
1
Currently in Care: animals remaining in shelter at end of financial year including foster care
2
Transferred: animals transferred to non-RSPCA shelter or pound
3,4Percentage change in 2011-12 from previous year’s figures
^ NSW previously included Council animals, this year Council animals are not included
Footnote to Table 4: Examples of livestock, wildlife and other animals received
Livestock Wildlife Other animals
 Cattle
 Chickens
 Ducks
 Geese
 Goats
 Bantam Hens
 Pigs
 Roosters
 Sheep
 Donkey
 Turkey
 A wide variety of
native birds
 Magpies
 Galahs
 Lizards
 Possums
 Kookaburras
 Water birds
 Turtles
 Koalas
 Kangaroos and
Wallabies
 Budgerigars
 Doves
 Ferrets
 Guinea pigs
 Mice
 Pigeons
 Rabbits
 Rats
 Tame ducks and
chickensPage 8 of 9
Table 5: Cruelty complaints and prosecutions by State/Territory RSPCA
State/Territory RSPCA*
Total
ACT NSW QLD SA TAS VIC WA
Cruelty complaints
Investigated 1437 14445 15099 2257 4168 10891 3664 51,961
Cruelty prosecutions
Prosecutions
finalised 2 64 30 38 45 77 10 266
Successful
prosecutions^^ 2 64 30 36 38 77 10 257
Convictions
recorded 4 60 5 147 34 37 11 298
Charges laid 4 385 50 150 135 244 14 982
People charged 2 98 38 45 58 76 12 329
Cases pending 1 34 4 24 23 33 11 130
Routine
inspections 0 78 12 48 151 19 19 327
* No inspectorate in NT
^^ Facts proved in relation to principal charges
Footnote to Table 5: Routine Inspection Details
Following are examples of the types of establishments routinely inspected by the RSPCA:
 Abattoirs
 Aquariums
 Breeding establishments
 Circuses
 Feedlots
 Guard dog firm
 Hobby farm
 Intensive farms
 Kennels
 Livestock vessels
 Markets
 Pet shops
 Poultry farms
 Pounds
 Riding schools
 Rodeos
 Saleyards
 Scientific establishments
 Shelters
 Shows
 Tourist parks
 ZooPage 9 of 9
Table 6: National complaints, prosecutions and convictions over the past
5 years
2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Complaints 41,915 49,494 50,765 53,544 59,916 51,961
Prosecutions 352 266 259 247 275 266
Convictions 236 253 202 185 208 298
Figure 3: Total RSPCA cruelty prosecutions by type of animal in 2011-2012
58%
12%
2%
15%
9% 3%
Breakdown of Prosecutions by Animal Type
Dogs
Cats
Birds
Horses
Livestock
Wildlife
Others
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MessageSujet: Re: high kill shelters : they euthanize many animals   Jeu 9 Mai - 14:48

Rival rally to protest RSPCA animal kill rate
By MICHELLE MEEHAN May 7, 2013, 4 a.m.
UNACCEPTABLE: Society of Companion Animal Rescuers vice president David Atwell says the group will stage a rally called the Justice4Max Vigil at Morpeth Common only metres from where the RSPCA NSW will host its popular Million Paws Walk.
Hunter animal lovers will stage a protest against the number of animals being killed by RSPCA NSW – at the same time the RSPCA holds its annual fund-raiser at Morpeth.


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More than 100 people are expected to attend the Justice4Max Vigil at Morpeth Common from 9.30am on May 19 – just metres away from where the RSPCA NSW will host its popular Million Paws Walk.

The protesters are concerned by the number of dogs and cats euthanised by RSPCA NSW – 50.6 per cent of the total it took into its shelters, according to the organisation’s own figures for 2011-2012.

Aberdare resident David Atwell, the vice president for the Society of Companion Animal Rescuers, said this was an unacceptable situation.

“Even though the RSPCA claim that they’re here for the animals, they end up killing more companion animals than they save.

“Last year alone they killed around 14,500 cats and dogs from about 28,000 in their care. This amounts to an overall kill ratio of 50.6 per cent.

“This is unacceptable given pounds such as Muswellbrook and Wyong, which co-operate with rescue groups, have kill rates of just 8 per cent and 12 per cent respectively.

“This event is about educating the public that there is a better way, that there are alternatives. You can’t claim you’re here for the animals when you destroy 15,000 of them.”

But RSPCA NSW chief executive officer Steve Coleman has defended the organisation’s actions: “We don’t take euthanasia lightly, and we don’t kill healthy animals unnecessarily.”

“The RSPCA’s annual euthanasia statistics may appear high, but at closer glance the figures are quite telling,” he said.

“Of the 4862 dogs euthanised by RSPCA NSW last financial year, 62 per cent were put down due to behavioural reasons; nearly 35 per cent were humanely euthanised due to disease and other medical conditions.

“It would be unethical and socially irresponsible to re-home many of the animals that come through our doors.

“Even still, the RSPCA continues to improve, invest and innovate in order to increase re-homing and reduce euthanasia statistics.”


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One of those animals killed last financial year was the mascot of the Justice4Max group – a German short-haired pointer named Max.

He was impounded by the Rutherford shelter and euthanised after failing the RSPCA’s behavioural test – an act which was surrounded by controversy as Mr Atwell said he was a “typical normal family dog” whose owner had been trying to reclaim him at the time.

One of Max’s foster carers from Dog Rescue Newcastle will speak at the vigil, along with Mr Atwell and Anne Greenway from Lawyers for Companion Animals.
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MessageSujet: Re: high kill shelters : they euthanize many animals   Lun 13 Mai - 15:39

may 11TH 2013

http://www.causes.com/actions/1752070-join-the-justice4max-walk-this-sunday-may-19th?reposter=800778&utm_campaign=activity_mailer%2Fnew_repost&utm_medium=email&utm_source=causes&token=Rqe_nra5Shou2G361QRbCZY1

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“WANTED- ANIMAL LOVING PEOPLE... come and give your support to the animals! Whilst the RSPCA Million Paws Walk is on, we're holding our own walk ... 930am this Sunday May 19th! Edward Street Morpeth NSW Australia. The Justice4Max Walk. ” — Jayne Cvetanoski (Campaign Founder)

Join the JUSTICE4MAX Walk this Sunday May 19th!
Posted by Jayne Cvetanoski (campaign leader of Let's turn Facebook Orange for Animal Cruelty Awareness.)

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THE JUSTICE4MAX WALK..

Just one day after its 2012 Million Paws Walk fundraiser, RSPCA killed sweet, gentle Max (pictured) at their Rutherford facility.

In fact, RSPCA NSW kills more than half the pets "cared for" at their shelters.Make a choice this year. Will your donation be used to kill beautiful animals like Max, or to save lives? Support your local rescue groups and no-kill shelters instead, and tell RSPCA why you are withdrawing your support.PLEASE SHARE, and ask others to.

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WANTED- ANIMAL LOVING PEOPLE...

come and give your support to the animals!

Whilst the RSPCA Million Paws Walk is on, we're holding our own walk ... 930am this Sunday May 19th!

Edward Street Morpeth NSW Australia.

The Justice4Max Walk.

STORY LINK:

http://links.causes.com/s/clKCTK?r=tc1y

Join us on 19th May in Morpeth NSW to tell RSPCA NSW that their Behavioural Temperament Testing is flawed and that their is an alternative to euthanizing some of the 3,014 dogs RSPCA NSW killed because they failed their test.



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Our MAX, featured on this page, is but one example of the animals who "failed" a temperament test and was euthanized.

Would you like more INFORMATION on Max?...

In memory of Max the Pointer, a beautiful soul killed by RSPCA's notoriously unreliable temperament test.

For Max's story see..

http://links.causes.com/s/clKCTL?r=tc1y

Help us reform RSPCA NSW to reduce the appalling kill rates of cats and dogs in their shelters - in 2011 over 2 animals killed for each one rehomed.

This page is open to those in rescue, and to community members concerned by RSPCA NSW's appallingly high kill rates for its shelter animals.

We aim to encourage community awareness of the issues, and to push RSPCA to reform its practices.

COME JOIN US ON SUNDAY MAY 19TH ...and let's show the RSPCA that we are tired and appalled by their KILLING rates, and their Temperament tests!

The JUSTICE4MAX Walk... Sunday May 19th 2013

930am - Edward Street Morpeth NSW

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