Monday, August 31, 2009

Has The RSPCA Gone Too Far On Killing Ten Dogs

The RSPCA wants to kill ten German Shepherds with a bolt gun that were left homeless when the owner died. Can you imagine that the RSPACA with stands for The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals would even think of shooting a dog with one of these? Something is wrong with this picture, you are suppose to help save animals not shoot them.

Jayne Shenstone from the German Shepherd Dog Rescue said: These were somebody's pets. There were ten of them. I find it hard to believe that all ten of them were non-rehomable, and that their skin conditions could not be treated. They needed to be put into rescue and assessed, not shot in the head with a slaughterer's weapon. No one I know was approached to re-home these dogs.

I think that the eight so called animal lovers should all be fired for even thinking about shooting the poor dogs with a captive bolt. If you read a study conducted at Hanover University, EEG and ECG recordings were taken on all animals to measure the condition of the brain and heart during the course of slaughter and stunning. EEG readings showed that although the animals were apparently unconscious soon after stunning with the penetrating captive bolt, they were experiencing severe pain immediately after stunning.

Let’s try it on them first and see if they have any pain.

Read the article here.

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