Anyone else think the SSPCA are a shower of bastards? Had my first encounter with one of their employees two days ago and I have lost ALL my respect for this vile charity. I was forced to call them out to help with a cat which had been left to starve and then knocked down. But all the callous cow of an "inspector" could say, upon first seeing this poor unfortunate cat, was "oh, what a smell." My heart sank and at that moment I wished I had a car, and money for a vet. She then roughly handled the cat, even though I told her to be careful as I believe it was knocked down, and she said "why? Is it vicious?", to which I replied "no, but you may make the situation worse if the cat has broken bones." Anyway, I asked her to give me an update on what happened to the cat, which she hasn't done, and I told her that cat has an appetite (a good sign I think), which she ignored and presumably it wasn't passed on to the vet. Maybe any of you on this site might know this person: She's a young lady of slim build and miserable personality who works for the Stirling/Clackmannanshire branch of the SSPCA. She was on duty on the 22nd August, unfortunately I didn't get her name. Rest assured I won't let the matter drop. Still don't know what happened to pussycat. I've put a complaint in but they've ignored me so far.