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    RSPCA again.

    Just watched the RSPCA propaganda show called "Emergency animal rescue" where the RSPCA called a fire engine and 6 men out to rescue a crow dangling 30' up a tree on a "fly fishing line" (with a 2oz plum weight on the end) and it took the two hours to lower the crow down which was eventually deemed too poorly and was put down... What was the cost of that and why do these civilians in uniforms seem to think they always know best. There was a roe buck put down on the same programme by two idiots for having bleeding antlers as they reckon it would die??? Jeeze, they are worse than bloody idiots.

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    Shocking!!! if you ask me,it should be the buggers trying to save a crow that should be put down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RED-DOT View Post
    Just watched the RSPCA propaganda show called "Emergency animal rescue" where the RSPCA called a fire engine and 6 men out to rescue a crow dangling 30' up a tree on a "fly fishing line" (with a 2oz plum weight on the end) and it took the two hours to lower the crow down which was eventually deemed too poorly and was put down... What was the cost of that and why do these civilians in uniforms seem to think they always know best. There was a roe buck put down on the same programme by two idiots for having bleeding antlers as they reckon it would die??? Jeeze, they are worse than bloody idiots.
    Un-be-lievable... Too bad if someone needed that fire crew to do the job they get paid for... ie. dealing with fires and road traffic incidents and the like, where human life is at risk...

    If an ordinary prankster wasted the emergency services time like that there would be a reckoning.

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    Just watched the RSPCA rescue a woodpigeon that had fell down a blocked off chimney by digging a hole in the fireplace wall.. Should vermin really be rescued?
    Foxes being operated on and released beggars belief.
    One RSPCA person just said that lamping of foxes was illegal but rabbits if allowed by the land owner give permission... carry your documents guys!
    Last edited by RED-DOT; 13-11-2011 at 10:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RED-DOT View Post
    Just watched the RSPCA rescue a woodpigeon that had fell down a blocked off chimney by digging a hole in the fireplace wall.. Should vermin really be rescued?
    Foxes being operated on and released beggars belief.
    One RSPCA person just said that lamping of foxes was illegal but rabbits if allowed by the land owner is legal... carry your documents guys!
    The thing I am still appalled by is that they can get away with misquoting the law. I thought that programmes broadcast to the general public were supposed to have their facts checked before broadcast! Barstewards.

    Has anyone else seen the RSPB adverts with four legged animals featured on them? "If you believe in protecting our wildlife then join the RSPB."


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    Jeez!!! I must be starting to get dyslexia.......I first read that as a 'COW' dangling in a tree.

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