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Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)

Parent Category: Animal Rights and Abuse
The SPCA is a worldwide organization created to prevent cruelty to animals. There are branches of the organization in many countries, including Kenya, Singapore, Ireland, and New Zealand.
To make sure that after safety, the animals always come first! Wewant them to find good homes, but there are many who have to getput-down. So always spay and neuter your pets!
The RSPCA was started in 1824.
You may have misspelt a word. WikiAnswers suggests RSPCA, which stands for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The RSPCA is a service that makes sure no animals are abused or offended etc. If abused, pets may be given to the RSPCA where they will train the pets to pipe up...
If the animals are hurt they, give them the best care they can until the animals are healed, then they give them to caring, kind people who give them homes. SPCA gets people to volunteer, the volunteers take dogs for walks/or running, and they spend one on one time with the animals too. I am a...
  Animals have the ability to suffer. SPCA cares about the welfare of animals, believing that it is our duty as people who care to try to help those who suffer. It's the same reason that there are organizations which help abused or hurt humans.  
sad to say, but around 149,000 dogs get sent to the RSPCA everyyear...
BTEC National Diploma or Certificate in Animal Care - equates to  the entry requirement provided that merits or distinctions are  achieved in specified modules      · GNVQ in Health and Social Care - equates to the entry requirement  provided that passes are achieved in specified...
The answer depends on why you want to contact the ASPCA.    For donations and memberships call (800) 628-0028.    To adopt an animal, call (212) 876-7700, ext. 4120.    For general information, call (888) 666-2279.    For the ASPCA Animal Hospital, call (646) 259-4080.   ...
Over 10,00,0,000 dollars a day
No because more and more people are doing that to their own animals
RSPCA stand for Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to  Animals and it was set up by Reverend Arthur Broome (Founder of  RSPCA), William Wilberforce, and Richard Martin.
The first SPCA meeting was held in New Westminster. Check www.spca.bc.ca/
stopping animal crulty
by going to RSPCA.com
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Find out where your local shelter is and you can donate food, old blankets, news papers and pet adoptions of course.
To have a squeaky clean animal abuse record
A candidate must be 18+ and have a good GCSE between C to A.
There are millions saved a year by the ASPCA and many more to come. There is on average of 4,267,527 animals saved a year.
The RSPCA website has a page of volunteering vacancies which will show you some of the volunteering opportunities in your area. It's also worth searching for the website of your closest local branch (look for RSPCA and the name of your town) as they will often have some opportunities that haven't...
animals or animal supplies
cleaning cages,feeding animals and going out on duty
The first SPCA in the United States was the http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/American_Society_for_the_Prevention_of_Cruelty_to_Animals (ASPCA), founded by http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Henry_Bergh in http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/New York in 1866.
the gov't funds this organization.
About 300000 to 500000 yearly.
it stands for Society for the Prevention of Cruelty  to Animals, they just hit all the big points
Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
the rspca have 205 buildings
The people who dicovered the RSPCA was Richard Martin, William Wilberforce and Arthur Broome
RSPCA stands for Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. It was established in the 19th century in England and Wales and is known to be as one of the oldest aid organizations. RSPCA, formerly known as the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is the biggest UK based...
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) was the first humane society to be established in North America. It was founded by Henry Bergh in 1866 on the belief that animals are entitled to kind and respectful treatment at the hands of humans, and must be protected under...
Not necessarily, but it would be helpful if you had at least an associate's degree if not a bachelor's degree with coursework in biology, veterinary studies, animal behavior, etc. Lots and lots of volunteer work for a shelter or animal rescue operation would be good, too, and perhaps some police or...
No, Its for the "UK" only.
Mary Stephans,Evelyn Meierkork &Jennifer Lugenbeel.
Yes it is a charity, and was founded in 1824.
http://netvet.wustl.edu/welfare.htm maybe that can help you out
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why hasn't anyone posted anything!! :)
The simplest thing to do is to put the cat's corpse in a garbage bag, seal, and place in a trash can for pick-up on your regular scheduled day.
if you are sure its dead the best thing is to call someone or else wrap it up and burry it/throw it away but if its almost ded but not completely cal animal rescue
They have nothing to do with each other
some where between 15,000or 10,000
Yes there is an S.P.C.A in California.I know there is one in Sanfrancisco anyway
  According to the ASPCA's website, their members view orange as a vibrant and energetic color. Their hope is that people will begin to relate the color to the good health and well-being of animals. On ASPCA Day, one of the traditional activities is to dress in orange colors, put up orange signs...
You have to be 16 to volunteer and to work there
If your under 18 you need your parents permisson but you can still volenteer.
We, the people along with nonprofit organizations and animal rights activists fund the SPCA because I don't believe there are any laws in place for the SPCA to receive funding from the federal government neither state nor local.
The RSPCA's money is made by donations. The public donate money to keep the shelters going and keep the animals healthy.
the RSPCA is a animal rescue they are like a vet?
They will if you want them to.
Yes. Please follow the link provided
Not every SPCA kills animals!!!! I work at an SPCA where we have the lowest euthanazia rate in Canada... and a close runner up to North Shore Animal Rescue League. Certain shelters euthanize simply because they dont know how to run their shelters. It also depends on where you live, how many animals...
Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
No, they do not. Many volunteer positions need nothing more than some spare time and willingness to do it; other paid positions might require some simple maths and language skills.
Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The organization was founded under its present, Royal, title in l840. Hence Queen Victoria can be considered the founder or at least sponsor. This was one of the earlier acts of her lengthy reign. There was an earlier animal-welfare association dating to 824 but it did not get the Royal stamp of...
  i think you have to 18 but to help out at the rspca shelter you will need to be 16
  == ive been on the rspca website millions of times the address is WWW.RSPCA.COM.AU hope that helped you ==
it is from stray dogs to kitties or to any harmed animal if necessary
  == Where is Aspca located? ==
the public provides donations and the government gives a small amount of money.
To prevent animals from suffering. See related links for more information.
RSPCA stands for Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. the RSPCA was set up to stop animal cruelty, protect animals and punish those who commit animal cruelty. In 2009 the RSPCA investigated 141,280 cruelty complaints; and collected and rescued 135,293 animals. It is the oldest...
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to work with th RSPCA you need to get a grade C-A* in english maths and science and you need to be able to swim just incase you need to save an animal in the water .
  == You can run track in school ... volleyball .... basketball .... softball etc. ... also u can when science fairs .... and hope for the very best ... but i want to know can u get paid more if u have a degree ... B/C they only make 20,000 a year ==
RSPCA Vet's are located almost every where in Australia and in the UK.
Yes, you can, but you might want to find someone looking for snake food instead. No one will adopt it.
The RSPCA, or the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, was founded in 1824. The ASPCA was then founded in 1866 by Henry Bergh, to help bring anti-cruelty laws to the United States.
You certainly can! They love to accept dedicated volounteers at the RSPCA, and they also are asking for more towels, tea towels, old blankets, maybe old dog/cat beds that you don't use any more? You can go to the RSPCA to adopt animals that have been rescued and you should always consider this...
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