#stopchasingtail already.

One of the things we’d like our fellow pet purity patriots to do is help us build awareness for the issue at hand, which is the need to get all pets spayed and neutered (this is truly the only way to eliminate the animal overpopulation problem we have in this country). Which is why we’re asking for your help today. Remember those old mad-libs games? Well, this is sort of like that, but for the social media age. We ask the all of our crusaders of kitty and canine chastity to post in their facebook status or tweet...

“I get them to #stopchasingtail by...” And then you fill in the blank.

For instance, “I get them to #stopchasingtail by bribing them with trips to the pet spa.”

Or, “I get them to #stopchasingtail by promising them wet food every meal for a week.”

Or “I get them to #stopchasingtail by telling them to take a cold shower.”

Easy... and yes, we know, a little weird. But hopefully when your friends and followers read this, it will intrigue them and want them to join the mission.

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  1. Ethel Schnorr
    Posted 11/30/2010 at 10:36 am | Permalink

    I get them to #stopchasingtail by: threatening to put them in a Joey Purity Collar!!!!!! No, really..........I’ve had each spayed and neutered.

  2. Candice Humphrey
    Posted 12/06/2010 at 8:32 am | Permalink

    I get my furkids #stopchasingtail,aka Miley n Colee,my two DSH kittys. A bit of their favorite thing and just a very little of it. Some creame on my finger,which they each lick,then they plop on my chest and fall asleep LOL. Miley since she is a smaller cat,no my kitten who is 2,just cannot believe she is two now. I still think of her has my baby kitten,she has a plush pink kitty sweater,however she does not like it,so when I took It off,Miley was like WoW,I can lick myself now,heheehhehe,

  3. Joel
    Posted 12/07/2010 at 12:11 pm | Permalink

    This is dumb... just get them spayed/neutered

  4. Typical HS Teenager
    Posted 12/12/2010 at 1:34 pm | Permalink

    Interesting campaign... however I believe it is a bit too indirect. Also, I don’t think your teenage target audience would really care that much about the topic given the indirectness, however it does draw attention to your audience, nonetheless. But just a suggestion.

    The blogs though seem okay though.

  5. sarah
    Posted 01/23/2011 at 1:13 pm | Permalink

    keep it up im supporting u ur vids r a fun way of atracting the public go joey

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