RSPCA inspector Zenon Brown (Ed: FFS!), who arrived to rescue the struggling creature, said she was not able to access the property and had no option but to humanely euthanase the fox.See, they'll fetch the police to break your door down if there's a camera crew around, but if there isn't, and it looks like it might be a bit too much like hard work too late at night, well, they'll just shoot it.
"These situations can be avoided if people were to remove or raise netting when it is not in use and store it away in a shed or garage. We would urge anyone with netting on their property to check it regularly for trapped wildlife."Why, you need more target practice?
And no, pets aren't exempt from the RSPCA's idea of 'care' either.
I repeat, never, ever, EVER give these vile bastards money...