Stirling MSP Bruce Crawford has urged constituents to consider making a donation to the SSPCA this week for Scottish Animal Week (4th – 10th September).
Between January and June this year, in Stirling alone, the SSPCA have:
- Attended 877 incidents.
- Rehomed 27 animals.
- Reunited 1 pet with an owner.
- Visited 25 primary schools.
- Taken 3,911 children through the animal welfare education programme.
- Funded 19 local animal welfare officers and 10 welfare inspectors.
Currently, there are 1,020 registered SSPCA supporters in the Stirling area.
Commenting, Bruce Crawford said:
“The work that the SSPCA does throughout the Stirling area is vital in safeguarding animal welfare. This includes a fantastic ‘prevention-through-education’ programme, teaching young people the importance of respect for our animal companions and how to be considerate when it comes to their well-being.
“The figures speak for themselves this in terms of the work carried out this year in Stirling alone by the SSPCA. Many people across my constituency will be grateful for their dedication to animal welfare.
“This Scottish Animal Week, I would urge constituents to consider what they can donate to this fantastic charity. For every £1 you donate, 81p is spent directly on animal welfare, 10p is used for further fundraising and promotion, and 9p is spent on important administration.”