How successful is RSPCA?
The RSPCA has had a 100% success rate for its prosecutions after facing a “growing animal cruelty crisis”. The number of animals rescued or collected also more than doubled, which the charity says is more positive.
What are the values of RSPCA?
- We are compassionate.
- We are inspirational.
- We are committed.
- We are expert.
- We act with integrity.
What is the mission of RSPCA?
The mission of RSPCA Education is to develop responsible and caring behaviour towards animals. Five freedoms for animals RSPCA Australia considers that the welfare of an animal includes its physical and mental state and that good animal welfare implies both fitness and a sense of well-being.
Why study animal welfare at RSPCA?
Students will become aware of the implications and responsibilities required as community members in caring for animals and how the RSPCA can play a part in this. They will be challenged to think about animal welfare issues through discussions on current RSPCA campaigns and individual case studies.
What will the RSPCA 2021 – 2030 strategy look like?
Read the full RSPCA 2021 – 2030 Strategy online or visit our strategy page for more information. A world where all animals are respected and treated with kindness and compassion. 03 – See more than half of all UK farm animals reared to RSPCA welfare standards 04 – End severe suffering for animals used in science
How often does the RSPCA receive calls about animal cruelty?
On average, every minute someone dials 0300 1234 999 – the RSPCA’s 24-hour cruelty telephone helpline. In 2016, they received over 1 million phone calls. They have approximately 340 RSPCA Inspectors, 50 Animal Welfare Officers (AWOs) and 88 Animal Collection Officers (ACOs) working to prevent cruelty and promote kindness to animals.