2 comments to “A final flurry of ego and greed in Ipswich”

  1. janet patzwald | June 6, 2013 | Permalink

    once again the council thinks it is missing out , they must remember the money they get is from the people in the electorate and these people should be the mainstays in the animal welfare issue think of the animals and what is best for them not what is best for the person

  2. Robert | June 6, 2013 | Permalink

    The Ipswich Council and Mr Antoinolli have neglected the animals of Ipswich for many years. The pound is extremely outdated and should have been bulldozed many years ago. As for the RSPCA, their rehoming in Brisbane, until their recent move to new premises, was way below par. They may rehome and do the occasional cruelty prosecution, but how do they help financially struggling pet owners that come to them with a sick or injured animals? The short answer is that they don’t! They need to stop believing all their own propaganda and stop bagging the AWLQ who are trying to make a difference. The RSPCA ‘s senior Inspector toured the Ipswich Shelter when the complaints were made (via the news). He found no evidence of neglect or poor conditions. Why wasn’t that the end of it?