RSPCA - Rethink Frontline Redundancies

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colin mance
Jul 5, 2021
A better idea would be to reduce the
excessive salaries the top people get.
What they earn is disgusting.

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Tricia Walsh
Jul 5, 2021
This is an appalling idea. The ACO role must remain in place - it is the pivotal frontline of the RSPCA and, without these hard working officers, animals in need of urgent care & rescue are going to suffer badly and probably die. There must be alternative fundraising, rather than cost cutting, opportunities. If the RSPCA's financial difficulties are made public, I believe there will be a huge outpouring of support. Please please don't take away the ACO's.

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jack burns
Dec 31, 2020
Im passsionate about wildlife and its protection

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lynn ward
Oct 4, 2020
We need these dedicated workers.

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Jacqueline Booker
1 year ago
The animals should be thought of first to hell with cost saving proposals is this so the higher management can get better rises

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Julie Wills
1 year ago
As a RSPCA monthly donor, I am appalled by this news.

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Dianne Kennedy
1 year ago
restructuring should not impact front line services to the extent the proposals suggest, especially when the charity is called out to ever more cases year-on-year.

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Carol Coomber
1 year ago
I’m signing because the animals need the RSPCA now more than ever. So many are being abandoned by their owners and it’s only societies like this one that will come to the poor animals aid. If front line staff are cut more and more animals will suffer a horrible death on the streets. The society could lose donations from the public if the people think their money is better spent elsewhere with other charities. In these difficult times the RSPCA cannot afford to lose any donations otherwise there will be a lot more animals left to suffer and will not be rescued. Please RSPCA think again. You need to get someone onto raising donations from the public in order to keep your important work going.

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Julie Tumilty
1 year ago
Frontline services are vital to keep animals safe from cruelty.

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Pat PARKES
1 year ago
Animals need more help not less