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Animal Protection

All about what we can do to protect animals.

Ife Ogunlade

on 19 July 2010

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Transcript of Animal Protection

Animal Protection The ROYAL SOCIETY for the PREVENTION of CRUELTY to ANIMALS (RSPCA) is a charity in England and Wales that promotes animal welfare.
my amazing presentation on..... By Ife Ogunlade It is the oldest and largest animal welfare organisation in the world and is one of the largest charities in the UK. Every 25 seconds, someone calls the RSPCA about an animal in need of help. Theyreceived more than one million phone calls during 2008.
The RSPCA do the best that they can to protect animals, finding a home for over 700,000 animals in a year. But even though they try their best, there would always be at least one animal suffering which they do not find. They have 330 RSPCA inspectors, 80 animal welfare officers and 115 animal collection officers working to prevent cruelty and promote kindness to animals in England and Wales. During 2008 the RSPCA... •rescued and collected 143,501 animals
•treated and helped 214,657 animals in our hospitals and clinics, including neutering 87,105 animals
•found new homes for 70,017 animals
•microchipped 68,385 animals, helping them to stay safe
•investigated 140,575 cruelty complaints
•secured 2,574 convictions by private prosecution to protect animals against those who break the laws
•provided 5,653 meals for animals in their care on Christmas Day.
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