The Twelve Days of Christmas

By on November 28, 2013

The following song is penned in honour of the RSPCA Inspectors who have to see and deal with some truly horrendous things. The RSPCA’s winter campaign is called ‘Everyday Heroes’ in honour of these men and women who tirelessly seek to protect and support animals and their owners in difficult circumstances.

The RSPCA relies on the public to raise money through donations or with easy fundraising ideas to support this and other projects. Find out more on the RSPCA Choices site.

On the First day of Christmas, the RSPCA
Saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Second day of Christmas, the RSPCA
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Third day of Christmas, the RSPCA
Rehomed mice,
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Fourth day of Christmas the RSPCA
Healed a beaten horse,
Rehomed mice,
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Fifth day of Christmas the RSPCA
Was threatened by a thug,
Healed a beaten horse,
Rehomed mice,
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Sixth day of Christmas the RSPCA
Appealed for donations,
Was threatened by a thug,
Healed a beaten horse,
Rehomed mice,
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Seventh day of Christmas the RSPCA
Took a case to court,
Appealed for donations,
Was threatened by a thug,
Healed a beaten horse,
Rehomed mice,
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Eighth day of Christmas the RSPCA
Helped homeless hedgehogs,
Took a case to court,
Appealed for donations,
Was threatened by a thug,
Healed a beaten horse,
Rehomed mice,
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Ninth day of Christmas the RSPCA
Held a big fundraiser,
Helped homeless hedgehogs,
Took a case to court,
Appealed for donations,
Was threatened by a thug,
Healed a beaten horse,
Rehomed mice,
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Tenth day of Christmas the RSPCA
Investigated cruelty,
Held a big fundraiser,
Helped homeless hedgehogs,
Took a case to court,
Appealed for donations,
Was threatened by a thug,
Healed a beaten horse,
Rehomed mice,
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Eleventh day of Christmas the RSPCA
Rescued stranded wildlife,
Investigated cruelty,
Held a big fundraiser,
Helped homeless hedgehogs,
Took a case to court,
Appealed for donations,
Was threatened by a thug,
Healed a beaten horse,
Rehomed mice,
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

On the Twelfth day of Christmas the RSPCA
Thanked all its supporters,
Rescued stranded wildlife,
Investigated cruelty,
Held a big fundraiser,
Helped homeless hedgehogs,
Took a case to court,
Appealed for donations,
Was threatened by a thug,
Healed a beaten horse,
Rehomed mice,
Found some stray kittens,
And saved a dog that was thrown away.

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