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  1. 1. Good Morning , <br />I’m going to speak about a non proftable organisation that every country should have.<br />This association is RSPCA that means Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals<br />Is a charity in England and Wales that promotes animal welfare.<br />It is the oldest and largest animal welfare organisation in the world and is one of the largest charity in the UK. Queen Elizabeth II is its patron.<br />
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  3. 3. About the RSPCA - History<br />Since its humble beginning in 1824 - as the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - the RSPCA has worked tirelessly to promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals. <br />Preparing the wayIn 1822, Richard Martin MP piloted the first anti-cruelty bill giving cattle, horses and sheep a degree of protection through parliament.<br />World first'Humanity Dick' as he was known, was one of the 22 founders of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals which was launched in London in 1824. The RSPCA became the first national animal protection society in the world.<br />MP- Member of Parliament<br />
  4. 4. No compassionAt that time, compassion for animals was regarded as bizarre. Animals were regarded as little more than commodities supplying food, transport or sport.<br />Changing attitudesIn its early years the Society's major campaign was to win over the hearts and minds of the general public, and to change people's indifference to animal cruelty.<br />Cruelty exposedThe 181 convictions for cruelty that the Society achieved during 1832 - the first year such figures were recorded in its annual report - made a telling impact on public opinion about the treatment of animals.<br />Royal approvalBy 1840 the Society's work was held in such high regard that Queen Victoria gave her permission for the SPCA to be called the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.<br />
  5. 5. Law enforcementIts practical welfare work developed quickly. The single inspector appointed in London to check on markets and slaughterhouses, was joined by others. Together they formed a law enforcement body that pre-dated the police force.<br />National networkNews of the work of the Society spread outside London. By 1842, campaigners in Bath, Brighton, Bristol, Coventry and Scarborough had all requested the appointment of an inspector of their own.<br />
  6. 6. Sufficient fundsWith the increasing number of donations and requests the Society was attracting, there were funds to expand beyond the capital.<br />This development created the nucleus of a national network of 172 branches in England and Wales that exists today. These branches run a further 38 clinics and 33 animal centers. In addition to the branch run establishments there is one other animal centre run by a trust and another run by a charitable company.<br />
  7. 7. The RSPCA network includes: 172 branches which are separately run charities operating under RSPCA and branch rules <br />Animal welfare establishments including: 9 animal welfare centers, 52 animal centers, 34 clinics, and 4 state of the art wildlife centers <br />207 shops<br />Many RSPCA animal welfare establishments also offer subsidised veterinary treatment (help with vet bills), neutering and microchipping in addition to pet care information and rehoming facilities.<br />
  8. 8. Christmas it’s near , so with a small contribution RSPCA can do a lot to help animal welfare in UK and around the world. <br />
  9. 9. Help stoping this cruelty to animals.<br />This badly injured dog lies in a pool of its own blood<br />
  10. 10. Work done by:<br />Carlos Cebola IGRI03<br />References:<br />http://www.rspca.org.uk<br />http://en.wikipedia.org<br />Video clips<br />RSPCA you tube channel<br />