At a recent Parliamentary event Justin Madders, MP for Ellesmere Port and Neston, heard directly from RSPCA Inspectors about their frontline work to protect animals in Ellesmere Port and Neston and across the UK.
The RSPCA has been investigating and prosecuting animal welfare offences since its foundation in 1824. To this day, they are increasing their work to prevent cruelty occurring in the first place and to educate the next generation of animal lovers.
“I’m proud to support the RSPCA and the work that they do to protect animal welfare in Ellesmere Port and Neston. It was good to meet some of their hard-working Inspectors and to thank them on behalf of the animal lovers in our area for all their efforts.
“However, I am saddened that the RSPCA’s latest statistics show animal cruelty complaints are continuing in our area. We all have a duty to be vigilant against abuses of animal welfare and I will continue to work closely with the RSPCA to help improve standards of animal welfare in my constituency and across the UK.”