Tuesday, June 24, 2014

ISAR's International Homeless Animals' Day® Raises Much Needed Awareness About Pet Overpopulation Epidemic

The Warwick Valley Humane Society, NY, held a  candlelight vigil 

to shed light on pet overpopulation on International Homeless Animals' Day 2013.

Since modest beginnings in 1992, ISAR's conceived and commemorated International Homeless Animals'  Day has consistently grown in size and content annually thanks to the worldwide participation of other organizations that provide a wide variety of activities to educate communities, legislators and the media of the urgent need for companion animal sterilization. In 2013, more than 25 U.S. states and 25 foreign venues commemorated ISAR's International Homeless Animals' Day.

ISAR extends a heartfelt invitation to all veteran International Homeless Animals' Day event coordinators, as well to new ones, to join together on Saturday, August 16, 2014 in commemorating ISAR's 23rd annual International Homeless Animals' Day. ISAR encourages you to be part of something special and band together in solidarity to raise awareness of the plight of homeless animals.

International Homeless Animals' Day observances provide an important opportunity to:

* Enlighten your community about the services you offer to the public.

* Raise much-needed funds to support your spay/neuter programs.

* Increase adoptions by showcasing your adoptable pets.

* Educate your community about the importance of spaying/neutering to alleviate pet overpopulation.

ISAR offers free International Homeless Animals' Day packets to all who are interested in coordinating an event, whether it is a small modest event or a large public gathering.

ISAR's informational materials will assist you in organizing an effective observance with suggestions for site selection, reaching target audiences, speakers, sample press releases, ISAR's proclamations, and much more.

Please contact ISAR by mail, phone, fax or email to receive your International Homeless Animals' Day 2014 packet.

There is never a better time than the present to create positive change for unwanted animals.