Google Plus PetDay Adoptable Hangout countdown

The PetDay Adoptable Hangout countdown has begun and thanks to this Google Plus hangout, which is being hosted by ASPCA, Yahoo and Google and will allow viewers to inquire about the adoptable pets and much more.

The above is in honor of National Pet Day and this is the first ever Google Plus adoption hangout ever to be held and it will be live this Friday, 11 April 2014.

This is a public event and will be hosted on the ASPCA Google+ page, which will also be facilitated by ASPCA pet experts and Yahoo News. In the description on dedicated Google Plus page it says, “CA partner animal shelters from across the country will be selected to join the hangout and feature pets currently up for adoption.”

ASPCA experts will be featuring adoptable cats and dogs from the Adoption Centers, the hangout will also have guest appearances’ by Piper Weiss of Yahoo!, Matthew Bershadker, President & CEO of ASPCA, Danielle Maveal, GM of Social Good for BarkBox and a many more.

If you take a look at the YouTube video below titled “#PetDay Adoptable Hangout: A Google+ Hangout Hosted by ASPCA, Yahoo and Google,” you will see the countdown clock of when the Google Plus hangout will begin.

Will you be joining the Google Plus PetDay Adoptable Hangout? Please do read more here.

Google Plus PetDay Adoptable Hangout countdown

  • Randy Janssen

    The ASPCA is not your
    local volunteer animal shelter. The ASPCA has been hijacked by
    radical animal rights activist. It is an over one hundred fifty
    million dollar corporation that spends almost every dime it gets on
    obscene salaries and filing lawsuits. It raises money by showing ads
    of cute dogs and cats, but it spends less then 10% to feed and
    shelter cats and dogs. Real animal shelters complain that the ASPCA
    gets the money they need to feed and shelter cats and dogs. The ASPCA
    spends money on the vegan activist group Mercy and for
    advertisements to make more money. The ASPCA has been found guilty of
    racketeering in Florida. The ASPCA says it wants to protect horses,
    but it support show jumping, one of the most dangerous things you can
    EATTING MEAT. The ASPCA wants to change our eating habits and
    standard of living by outlawing farming methods that are used on
    family farms. The ASPCA is bad for America so don’t applaud its
    lackeys. If you want to support something, think about giving to the
    child fund, St. Jude, the Wounded Warriors, or you local food bank.
    If you want to help animals, give money to you local animal shelter.
    Giving money to the ASPCA is giving money to a bloated bureaucracy
    that waste it on salaries and litigation. It claims to do good but if
    you really look at what it does, it only piggybacks on the work of
    local organizations.