Oakland, CA (PRWEB)
April 12, 2016
Back during it again! Last year, a East Bay SPCA combined a video satire of Bruno Mars’ Uptown Funk called OAKTOWN PUPS noticed over 1.7 million times on YouTube. This year, a East Bay SPCA has channeled another hit, Adele’s Hello, into a honeyed cat adoption video dubbed, MEOW. The video comforts kittens daydreaming about anticipating their perpetually homes.
The East Bay SPCA video promotes cat adoption while revelation a silly, nonetheless touching story of a small girl, lady and comparison gentleman’s revisit to a East Bay SPCA in hopes of adopting a kitten. The kittens guarantee their intensity adopters that they will do whatever it takes to be a best pets ever! Every lovable kitten that appears in a video was adopted from a East Bay SPCA.
To perspective MEOW and assistance us go viral, revisit You Tube: https://youtu.be/7O52wPSj_LE
About a East Bay SPCA
The East Bay SPCA is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit committed to a gratification of cats and dogs in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Established in 1874, a East Bay SPCA is one of a nation’s oldest eccentric benevolent organizations and receives no appropriation from local, state or sovereign governments, or any inhabitant animal gratification organization. The goal of a East Bay SPCA is to discharge animal cruelty, slight and overpopulation by providing programs and preparation that support people and messenger animals. Operating 3 comforts in Oakland and Dublin, a classification offers adoption centers, spay/neuter medicine centers and messenger animal function and training classes. The AHAA accredited, full-service Theodore B. Travers Family Veterinary Clinic, is located on a Oakland campus of a East Bay SPCA. For some-more information revisit eastbayspca.org.
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