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Written by: IndianChick
- 6th Mar, 2010 - 1:48am
Wait a sec, I suggested that before! Anyways good if you can do that. Maybe you can ask the site owners if they can put an ad for you here too.
Written by: Sara
- 6th Mar, 2010 - 12:34am
It's a good - idea, at the moment we are lucky to have Dreevay push animal adoptions for us (every week they showcase a dog or cat on the program) will ask if he can add that tag line, thanks. We always push Spay/Neuter in any show we are asked to do, and; also on any printed materials we have, but we need you to spread the word. Last week at the TTSPCA - North Branch (with Animal Welfare Network) we held a week long Spay special for Cats ($100 TT) this was to celebrate International Spay Day we hope that holding these specials will encourage people to get their pets spayed and neutered.
Written by: JoePublic
- 5th Mar, 2010 - 7:08pm
Comments: You know on cable the game show "The Price Is Right?" at the end the host always says "Don't forget to have your pets spade or neutered." That's something you all should get people to say in local shows or ads.
Written by: Sara
- 7th Feb, 2010 - 9:42pm
While there may have been problems in the past with TTSPCA (we do not deny this), we are now making a serious effort to change any negative ideas/views that people might have towards the TTSPCA, we have have an "open door" policy and welcome all to visit our North Branch to see what we do. I would also like to hear your comments regarding any bad experiences you have had with the TTSPCA and hope that we can work towards improving our services and in turn our image with the general public.
Written by: TriniSpanish
- 7th Feb, 2010 - 7:10pm
(Sara @ 7-Feb 10, 1:55 PM)
I also hope that before you know all of the facts, you will not be so hasty to judge the TTSPCA on what you feel is it's lack of action re. Reported cases. We do the best we can, with limited resources (unlike the US ASPCA or other orgs.).
I don't think I was hasty to judge the TTSPCA. My experience with your organization have been less than desirable. However I have no reason to doubt your efforts although it is sad to know the dog still out there somewhere suffering in the hands of these people. I do not know how a serious talk with these folks will do anything to be honest, it is almost like a slap on their wrists for what they have done to that poor dog.