The Policy, Law and Morality of Mandatory Spay/Neuter
It is estimated that approximately seventy thousand puppies and kittens are born in the United States every day. Many are born into households whose members cannot provide for them, or mistakenly believe they can but later learn otherwise and relinquish the animals.
In good conscience, this country can no longer countenance the abhorrent cyclical spectacle of endless companion animal birth and death, turning blind eyes and deaf ears to the silent cries of those who did not ask to be born, let alone ask to die.
Mandatory spay/neuter may not be the only solution, but it is one solution—and it must be given a chance. And now!
As ISAR’s national billboards beseech the public: “Spay/Neuter: It Reduces the Killing.”