RSPCA Cymru will be inviting visitors at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show to pledge their support to animal welfare in Wales next week [20-23 July].
RSPCA Cymru will be pitching up (avenue C) at the four-day event and will be inviting visitors to sign a 3D RSPCA inspector’s van to pledge their support for animal welfare in Wales and help give animals a voice.
‘Give Animals A Voice’ is also the title of the charity’s monthly campaigns newsletter, where supporters are kept updated with the wide range of campaigns that are run in Wales – from circuses, to sanctuaries.
RSPCA Cymru’s political campaigns manager Martin Fidler Jones said: “Last year we were really knocked back by the fantastic level of support at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show for our petition to end non-stun slaughter, which has now passed 3,200 signatures.
“Since then we have launched several new campaigns ranging across all animal species – which people can find more about by visiting rspca.cymru or signing up to ‘Give Animals a Voice’ at our tent.”
Visitors to the RSPCA Cymru tent will also be able to take part in our survey on what age they believe a cat should be neutered and whether or not their pets are microchipped. This is to help raise public awareness about these two topics and dispel myths that go along with them.*
RSPCA Cymru’s Claire Lawson said: “We welcome anyone to pop into our tent next week and find out more about what we do in Wales and how people can become involved.
“We are delighted to be back at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show – and look forward to meeting many of the thousands of people that will be visiting the event.”
If you would like to help the RSPCA, you can give £3 now by texting HELP to 78866 (text costs £3 + one standard network rate message). We are a charity and rely on public donations to exist.