Spay/Neuter Messaging

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I was doing “desktop publishing” before the term was invented.  My first efforts were on ditto and mimeograph machines and Xerox machines with thermo paper.  Most of you have probably never heard of such things.

In the 80’s I was making spay/neuter flyers as well as collecting all the flyers and brochures I came across.  In the 90’s I probably violated a lot of copyright laws scanning in images for brochures and such.  Nowadays, I just adore Google image searches and FB.

It’s hard for me to believe but for Spay Day 2013, I decided to post a s/n message every day in February, and I couldn’t find 28 I really liked.  I started seeking them out and collecting them.  And making my own.  Now, there are so many people and groups posting so much s/n messaging, I’m going to give up collecting it all.

The Experts say you should post to Facebook at least twice a week to keep the name of your organization in front of your fans.  Why not post some of my collected s/n messaging?  I don’t think it’s possible for meaningful digital copyright laws to exist in the same universe as Pinterest, but in as much as I have rights to any of this, I turn them all over to the public domain.  Anything labeled as “Lisa’s” or “Spayship” are my graphics and probably my photos.  Most of the rest, I have no idea where I got it.

Some of my collections:

http://www.pinterest.com/spayship — especially http://www.pinterest.com/spayship/spayship-created-spayneuter-messaging/

Lisa’s – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.567601309928938.1073741834.114729018549505&type=3

s/n LOLs – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.560820450607024.1073741829.114729018549505&type=3

s/n “stickers” – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.556004184421984.1073741826.114729018549505&type=3

s/n graphics w/ photos – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.566128633409539.1073741833.114729018549505&type=3

TNR stickers – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.409709889146213.1073741829.307997105984159&type=1&l=8009863e6c

TNR graphics w/ photos – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.409709889146213.1073741829.307997105984159&type=3

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About Capt'n Lisa

In transition
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