An RSPCA spokeswoman said: “We received a call about a horse in Erith.
“Following a vet examination which confirmed welfare concerns, the horse was removed by police and placed into RSPCA care last week.
“She is not microchipped and we do not know who her owner is.“Oh, really? Gosh. What a shocker. Well, there’s just no clue to who might have owned this animal, is there?
“She is now in safe hands at a boarding establishment receiving care.”Yeah, that’s what you said about these horses, too….
The RSPCA spokeswoman revealed this case wasn’t just a one-off.
She said: “The country is in a horse crisis with the RSPCA and other organisations struggling to cope with the number of abandoned, neglected and abused horses.
“We are stretched to breaking point with about 125 places at our equine centres and over 500 horses in our care.”Here’s a thought, then, love; do something proactive with the money that keeps flowing into your coffers from deluded animal lovers and start checking out the sort of horses likely to be ‘unregistered’.
I think we all know it’s not going to be Lucinda Fotherington-Smythe’s Riding Establishment For Young Society Ladies that’s at fault here, is it?
The Royal Society for Public Concerns about Animals is just one more fake charity. These days they do very little to protect/prevent and mainly kill the strays, etc., they collect. But their executives draw big salaries, so that's alright then.
XX The country is in a horse crisis XX
Gypoes and other kinds of scum tinks have been there with their horses for centuries, but now their horses are being abandoned all over the place?
Why, all of a sudden?
Is it because they do not need them, after discovering "call a pizza" or something.
"Why, all of a sudden?"
That's a good question. And I think you might have the answer - slaughter value is now practically 'nil' for unregistered horses.
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