North Shore Animal League, Movie TV Tech Geeks Team Up
MovieTVTechGeeks.com is teaming up with North Shore Animal League America to help rescued animals find new homes. The media news site will be spotlighting one adoptable animal each week as part of the new Rescue Me section which will be publicized on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. In addition, adoptable pets will be featured on MovieTVTechGeeks.com‘s YouTube channel.
North Shore Animal League America is one of the largest no-kill animal rescue organizations in the world. Over 1 million dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens have been saved by the non-profit organization. The organization’s dedicated to promoting shelter adoptions, reducing animal cruelty, and ending euthanasia, as well as promoting spay/neuter programs.
“I learned about North Shore Animal League America from Howard and Beth Stern and knew immediately we needed to partner with them to raise awareness about pet adoption. The major objective is simple,” said William Johnson, Editor-in-Chief of Movie TV Tech Geeks News. “Our site has been extremely successful and we want to be able to use our large readership and social media influence to help make a difference with the welfare of animals we love so much.”
“Working with Movie TV Tech Geeks News gives us the opportunity to reach a broad, new audience. We look forward to spreading the message of the importance of adoption and supporting the rescue community through adoption and showcasing the wonderful animals available in shelters across the country,” stated Joanne Yohannan, Senior Vice President of Operations, North Shore Animal League America. “And getting ‘papers’ for their newly adopted pets through the world’s preeminent Muttigrees Rescue Registry.”