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RSPCA Free Home for Life Scheme - Have you ever wondered what will happen to your pet should they outlive you?
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RSPCA Free Home for Life Scheme - Have you ever wondered what will happen to your pet should they outlive you?

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Posted 4th May
Have you ever wondered what will happen to your pet should they outlive you?
Looking after a pet means loving and caring for them, for life. But it can also mean making plans for them if we pass away.
Fortunately, there's no need to worry. The Home for Life scheme means that, in the event of your death, we'll care for them, then do all we can to find them a happy home and someone special to look after them.
Request a Home for Life information pack
We have over 190 years' experience of protecting and looking after vulnerable animals. And today, we care for and rehome thousands of animals every year. So who better to be there for your pet?
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Even if it is free, charities are really struggling at the moment and even just providing these packs/sending them out costs them. I say if the service sounds worthwhile to you it’s worth making a donation?
duncanb197304/05/2020 06:22

If you choose to have a pet there should be a legal obligation to care for …If you choose to have a pet there should be a legal obligation to care for it after your death


Dont think its fair to say that. Theres loads of ppl on there own and there only friend is there pet.
Because they have no one in there life why shouldnt they be able to have a pet to keep them company?
And to have the peace of mind that someone will take care of your pet. Means everything!!
duncanb197304/05/2020 06:22

If you choose to have a pet there should be a legal obligation to care for …If you choose to have a pet there should be a legal obligation to care for it after your death



There might be practical difficulties in enforcing such an obligation.
Thanks op for sharing this. Very informative and was not aware. Something that I always worried about my 2 dogs. Will look into this!
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Even if it is free, charities are really struggling at the moment and even just providing these packs/sending them out costs them. I say if the service sounds worthwhile to you it’s worth making a donation?
TheBestFreebieisHumour04/05/2020 04:54

Even if it is free, charities are really struggling at the moment and even …Even if it is free, charities are really struggling at the moment and even just providing these packs/sending them out costs them. I say if the service sounds worthwhile to you it’s worth making a donation?


I agree if people are able to. X
If you choose to have a pet there should be a legal obligation to care for it after your death
Thanks op for sharing this. Very informative and was not aware. Something that I always worried about my 2 dogs. Will look into this!
pimpa04/05/2020 07:25

Thanks op for sharing this. Very informative and was not aware. Something …Thanks op for sharing this. Very informative and was not aware. Something that I always worried about my 2 dogs. Will look into this!


Your welcome. X
duncanb197304/05/2020 06:22

If you choose to have a pet there should be a legal obligation to care for …If you choose to have a pet there should be a legal obligation to care for it after your death



There might be practical difficulties in enforcing such an obligation.
duncanb197304/05/2020 06:22

If you choose to have a pet there should be a legal obligation to care for …If you choose to have a pet there should be a legal obligation to care for it after your death


Dont think its fair to say that. Theres loads of ppl on there own and there only friend is there pet.
Because they have no one in there life why shouldnt they be able to have a pet to keep them company?
And to have the peace of mind that someone will take care of your pet. Means everything!!
Freeeeeeeeee milk it!
andy7104/05/2020 08:09

There might be practical difficulties in enforcing such an obligation.


Pish posh just name your pet to get all the assets in your will.
TheBestFreebieisHumour04/05/2020 04:54

Even if it is free, charities are really struggling at the moment and even …Even if it is free, charities are really struggling at the moment and even just providing these packs/sending them out costs them. I say if the service sounds worthwhile to you it’s worth making a donation?


People like you though...
For info RSPCA only covers England and Wales. SSPCA are the main organisation in Scotland and the USPCA in the North of Ireland.
Edited by: "foolsgold1970" 4th May
TheBestFreebieisHumour04/05/2020 04:54

Even if it is free, charities are really struggling at the moment and even …Even if it is free, charities are really struggling at the moment and even just providing these packs/sending them out costs them. I say if the service sounds worthwhile to you it’s worth making a donation?


Completely! I had a stray cat always coming to my door and I found out that his owner had simply kicked him out. I didn’t mind feeding the cat now n then, even took him to the vets as it was injured, rspca couldn’t help due to being over busy. It’s a shame but there are so many animals that need help
TheBestFreebieisHumour04/05/2020 04:54

Even if it is free, charities are really struggling at the moment and even …Even if it is free, charities are really struggling at the moment and even just providing these packs/sending them out costs them. I say if the service sounds worthwhile to you it’s worth making a donation?


Donated to RSPCA for 30 years until this year when i found out the managing director gets paid more than the prime minister £230,000 and two of the lesser directors get £120,000 each - Disgusted is the word!!!

civilsociety.co.uk/new…tml

dailymail.co.uk/new…tml

Even after these articles they are now paying the MD even more!

Cancelled my SSPCA direct debit as well when it was also in the news £220,000 a year!
express.co.uk/new…ley
Is it just me or does anyone else think that these so called bosses should not be taking salaries like this?

I am all charitied out!
Edited by: "Bassinvader" 5th May
Bassinvader05/05/2020 06:07

Donated to RSPCA for 30 years until this year when i found out the …Donated to RSPCA for 30 years until this year when i found out the managing director gets paid more than the prime minister £230,000 and two of the lesser directors get £120,000 each - Disgusted is the word!!!https://www.civilsociety.co.uk/news/rspca-accounts-show-pay-out-of-almost-200-000-to-executive.htmlhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2364755/RSPCA-fatcat-rakes-45-previous-boss-reveal-figures-spending-LESS-animal-welfare.htmlEven after these articles they are now paying the MD even more!Cancelled my SSPCA direct debit as well when it was also in the news £220,000 a year!https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/727733/Scottish-SPCA-boss-resigns-pay-off-row-salary-Stuart-EarleyIs it just me or does anyone else think that these so called bosses should not be taking salaries like this?I am all charitied out!


Wow, sure is an eye opener.
Ive too donated many times and raised alot of money in the past for them.
Didnt know it was to line the boss's pockets.
Think i need to do some research on this.
tradgood05/05/2020 06:22

Wow, sure is an eye opener. Ive too donated many times and raised alot of …Wow, sure is an eye opener. Ive too donated many times and raised alot of money in the past for them. Didnt know it was to line the boss's pockets.Think i need to do some research on this.


Not just these but if you check the recent salaries list every single major charity director in this country gets over 100 grand!
Disgusting its time these charities were brought to book its just a shame for the animals and the causes our money is supposed to be going to - all lies and obfuscation you cant trust anyone or anything anymore!
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