Monday, November 5, 2007

SPCA launches the 'Protect your Pet' campaign

The SPCA started a nationwide campaign this week in the hope of averting the many animal cruelty cases that it has had to deal with in the past month. Spokesperson for the SPCA, Mr Hamish Grey stated in a media briefing "that while this period is generally known as peak time for animal rights violations", citing Guy Fawkes as the politically correct and culturally sensitive reason for pet injuries,"this year there has been an alarming rise in rodent and turtle injuries as well.
The SPCA has received many pet mice and rats with severe stove burns. It has also had to scour the sewage system for flushed turtles (a phenomenon that also took place seventeen years ago) The SPCA is requesting that parents monitor their children's play time activity and stress that children who are 'fucked in the head' as well as those still teething, not be given pets. So far there is no explanation for the spate of cruelty, but the South African Police are investigating.
MJ 'Claims' Khan

2 comments:

aksn1p3r said...

I heard geckos are the latest target of cruelty, humans are heard to be crawling off at unprecedented speeds to re-grow their leg's lost in the war, some were reported to be dragging their son's heads along.

r said...

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals