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Animal rights advocates attempt to seize power at RSPCA — 9 Comments

  1. Because they think animals will not be in Heaven. I feel differently. Why would God create them and not also keep them , as he has promised to save us> humans ? This comment is my personal belief. Others are free to choose as they see fit. Eva

  2. Dear Sandra & Michael__I am in agreement with your comments. If we lived in a perfect world, all would be equal, everyone would be safe, feel loved and be protected. Thank You for your honesty.Eva_

    • The scenario you portray is actually possible if we stopped killing each other and animals for fun ; ) — How did humans become so arrogant, believing they are special and above other animals?

  3. Cats as “slaves” to humans. Has John Bryant ever shared his home with a cat (lol).

    I like the idea of seats in Parliament reserved for animal welfare advocates. At the moment, we have to hope that our local M.P.’s are pro-animal welfare and will speak up for them when certain bills are presented.

    Michael are you sure you’re not missing some zeros off the annual income figure for the RSPCA?

    • I have become terribly word blind – sorry. It is a problem. I have changed it. It was meant to be £125m! I am not sure if this problem is age-related 😉 . Thanks for spotting it.

  4. The fact that humans, as a whole, are not suited to be animal or even child guardians, but unfortunately that won’t stop them from putting themselves in these positions, from unwise and most likely, emotional decisions. These initial feelings/thoughts may fade away when the reality of the burden of care, hits home. That’s when the suffering begins, and usually gets worse, until steps are taken in time to save the voiceless, abused animal or child. Many are never saved.

  5. Humans, [ taken as a whole } are perhaps not entirely suited to being a suitable companion to animals.This statement is entirely true, irregardless of the outcome.

    • Thanks Eva. The more I have thought about our relationship with cats and dogs – and we have to look at the whole planet not just the West – the more I have felt that domestication of cats and dogs is a failure. I hate to come to that conclusion.

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