Clarks Summit, PA (PRWEB) August 15, 2012
ISAR encourages animal advocates from around the globe to join together and with us on August 18, 2012 to shed a bright light on the pet overpopulation epidemic and the spay/neuter solution.
Each year since 1992, on the third Saturday of August, ISAR’s conceived and commemorated International Homeless Animals’ Day observances have proven instrumental in reducing suffering in the lives of homeless animals. As a result of International Homeless Animals’ Day events, thousands upon thousands of shelter animals have been adopted into loving new homes and countless more have been spayed/neutered.
ISAR’s International Homeless Animals’ Day campaign serves as an educational vehicle allowing animal advocates from around the globe to band together on a special day and jumpstart new spay/neuter/adoption campaigns while rekindling existing programs that raise awareness about pet overpopulation in their communities.
Despite the successes of International Homeless Animals’ Day and the continued efforts of ISAR and the efforts of many other animal protection organizations, the overwhelming scourge of cat and dog overpopulation still remains a global problem. ISAR has long since declared war on cat and dog overpopulation, and we are not stopping.
ISAR provides its dedicated International Homeless Animals’ Day event coordinators with a free planning packet to guide them in orchestrating a successful observance.
ISAR makes available its spay/neuter billboard campaign to promote International Homeless Animals’ Day events.
ISAR includes an up-to-date listing of confirmed International Homeless Animals’ Day observances on its website, http://www.isaronline.org.
ISAR has made available, on its website, http://www.isaronline.org, a virtual vigil where viewers can light a candle online in honor or in memory of a beloved companion animal.
ISAR encourages the public to share the International Homeless Animals’ Day event listings from ISAR’s website with friends and family, and on social media networks. Spreading the word about International Homeless Animals’ Day will help animal shelters, rescues and others to promote their adopt-a-thons, spay/neuter clinics, candlelight vigils, and more.
For those who live in an area without a confirmed International Homeless Animals’ Day event, ISAR encourages individuals to visit their local animal shelter/humane society and inquire about adoption and volunteer opportunities.
By coming together on International Homeless Animals’ Day you can support ISAR in letting the world know we will not tolerate the senseless killing that continues to take the lives of innocent dogs, cats, puppies and kittens simply because there are not enough good homes for them.
Together, we will continue to be a voice for the animals, and continue to demand an end to the suffering these animals face each day.