Spread the Word

International Spay/Neuter Network (ISNN) believes word of mouth is one of the most effective ways to promote our efforts and gain interest in our cause. Here are some ways you can help us get our message out there.

Social Media

One of the easiest things you can do to let people know about ISNN is to “Like” us on Facebook. Just visit our Facebook page and click the Like button — it’s that simple! People often check out what their friends like, and they might “Like” us too. This is a quick way to get more people interested in our organization! If you want to take it a step further, post about ISNN on your blog, Facebook or Twitter page.

Newsletter

Here’s another easy one… First, sign up to receive our email newsletter, and second, forward it to everyone you know! Enter your email address in the Email Sign Up box to your left, and soon you’ll be getting the very latest from ISNN.

Share Video

Pass along this short video featuring ISNN and our work helping the animals of Jamaica. Watching it all happen gives you a much deeper understanding of the importance of what we do, and the impact we are having.

Contact Government Agencies

Let decision makers know what you think. A quick phone call, email or letter can have a big impact. Tell them you’re concerned about the welfare of homeless animals in Jamaica, and you support ISNN’s humane approach to animal overpopulation. Visit our Resources page to find contact information for various agencies.

Write an Article

Whether you live in Jamaica, have visited, or are simply a person who cares about animals, you can get the word out by writing an article to submit to magazines or newspapers. We have contact information for a number of publications on our Resources page.

Promote Cat Cafe Program

Have you stayed at a hotel in Jamaica and noticed a large number of stray cats on the property? Help us spread the word about our Cat Cafe Program to hotel owners by calling, writing, or posting on their Facebook page. Your voice counts! Let them know you support our program as a human solution to cat overpopulation, and tell them you would enjoy your stay much more if cat colonies were healthy and well cared for.