27 February, 2024

Fix 'Em!

 The last Tuesday in February is World Spay Day.

Let's draw attention to the importance of spaying and neutering pets during a time when many animals begin to reproduce in the spring.

At the Ice Sculpture event in downtown Mount Clemens, Michigan.
And adopt, don't shop.
Trap - Neuter - Return Works.
We know this, so spread the word.
Chat up a neighbor, the person next to you at the bookstore or library, the cashier when you buy you lottery tickets.

Sure, having a celebrity say it is great, yet the lone soldier on the battlefield can have an impact too.

13 comments:

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

If only more people would become responsible pet owners there wouldn't be that many strays...

Tama-Chan, Benny, Vidock, Violette, Ollie, Heloise, Momo, Ryu said...

We kitties have all been done. Ollie, on the other paw, still carries his crown jewels with him.

Purrs,
The Chans

Lynn and Precious said...

If only. My house cats have always been spayed. But my neighbors? The ones they let run outside? No.

Momma Kat and Her Bear Cat said...

I really wish people took more responsibility for this problem.

Brian's Home Blog said...

Yes, yes, yes, it's so important, just do it!

Sandee said...

We have one that's had her surgery and the other isn't old enough yet, but soon. I so agree with doing what's right. We have neighbors that don't do this and there are kittens here and there. We have two of them.

Have a fabulous day and week. Scritches to the kitties. ♥

messymimi said...

We keep saying it, maybe someday it will get through!

Anonymous said...

Amen! Blessings, my dear.

- Darla Sands

The Florida Furkids said...

A great message!

pilch92 said...

Great post!

The Island Cats said...

When it comes to having a pet, there's nothing more important than making sure they are spayed or neutered.

meowmeowmans said...

Yes, indeed. Spaying and neutering is big-time important!

Just Ducky said...

I liked The It Girl. If I don't like or didn't finish a book I usually say that. Otherwise assume it was a decent book that was read. I have liked all of Ruth Ware's books, so far.