Last week Neil Findlay MSP met with the Scottish SPCA to discuss their work in West Lothian over the past year.
Scotland’s animal welfare charity have been responsible for:
– 2716 incidents attended
– 147 animals rehomed
– 16 animals reunited with their owners
– 5,358 active Scottish SPCA members
– 12,658 children took part in their free education programme
– 58 primary schools visited
– 85% of primary schools benefited from their programme
– 4 inspectors employed
– 4 animal rescue officers employed
Neil Findlay MSP said:
“The Scottish SPCA have been around for 175 years and every year I am impressed with their dedication and commitment to animal welfare around West Lothian.
” They have been rescuing and rehoming animals, delivering their free Prevention through Education programme, rehabilitating wildlife, and working with essential partners throughout the area to make sure West Lothian is leading the way on animal welfare”