by Linda DeStefano
Translated into Spanish by Rob English
International Society for Animal Rights (ISAR), based in PA, has long advocated for the spaying/neutering of dogs and cats in order to reduce the number of animals who end up in the shelters or on the streets. Although shelters try to cope, some of them sometimes must euthanize animals in order to make room for others because people dump unwanted animals on them. The life of a dog or cat on the street is likely to be short and unhappy.
Now ISAR has expanded its message (billboards, etc) to include Spanish. It also has translated it’s model spay/neuter laws into Spanish. Learn more at:
ISAR, P.O. Box F, Clarks Summit, PA 18411 or call at (570)586-2200
I’m not aware of any Spanish-language outreach regarding animal sterilization in CNY but there ARE low-cost spay/neuter clinics.
SANS (Spay and Neuter Syracuse), To make an appointment or to volunteer, call 315-422-7970.
CNY SPCA, Syracuse call 315-454-4479
Humane CNY, Liverpool call 315-457-8762
SNAP (CNY Spay/Neuter Assistance Program), Cortland call (607)756-2561
Wanderer’s Rest Humane Association, Canastota call 315-697-2796
Stevens Swan Humane Society, Utica call 315-738-4357
For a free copy of a children’s booklet about a dog named Hope and her puppies, contact People for Animal Rights, P.O. Box 15358, Syracuse 13215-0358, (315) 488-PURR (7877) between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m., email@example.com