GlassWolf wrote:If the owner of the cat isn't caring for the animal, and the RSPCA won't do anything, another option, if the cat is approachable, is to take the cat in, yourself. Give it a reliable home, and food. It's the humane thing to do, if you are able to offer that sort of support for him.
+1. If he's not being looked after by his human carer what use is she?
As for the RSPCA, I gave them a donation a couple of years ago and they've been sending me junk mail about once a month since. I started RTS'ing it with "DECEASED" on the front but they're still wasting other people's donations and at the same time putting me off donating again because I can see where my money went now.
I'm not saying they don't do worthwhile things but mailshotting me emotive pictures of skinny puppies is not a good use of their resources.
*gets off soapbox*