Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Cat Adoption Video: It's "CAT TANK!!!"
KEVIN O’MEOWY AND KITTI GREINER
MAKE DEAL TO FIND A HOME
IN FIRST-EVER EPISODE OF ‘CAT TANK’
Michigan Humane Society video promotes the great investment of adopting a cat:
With five cats to impress, one family bravely presents their adoption proposal in the new hit adoption show, “Cat Tank.” “Cat Tank,” a lesser-known spinoff of the hit ABC show, “Shark Tank,” features a family looking for one of the five “Cats” to invest in becoming their new, furry family member. Just as in “Shark Tank,” the “Cats” are tough negotiators and even share similar names to their “Shark” counterparts: Kevin O’Meowy, Robert Purrjavec, Mark Kittan, Barbara Catcaran and Kitti Greiner. MHS hopes the video will help people realize the great value of adding a cat or kitten to their home.
“Our idea for ‘Cat Tank’ came about because we feel that, like the Sharks on ‘Shark Tank,’ cats at the Michigan Humane Society have significant value and can offer the companionship that adopters are looking for,” said CJ Bentley, MHS Senior Director of Operations. “Thankfully, the cats and kittens ‘negotiating’ at our adoption centers are much easier to impress than those in the video.”
Adoption is always a smart investment at the Michigan Humane Society. Invest in your own MHS cat for just one low payment of $75. Or, take advantage of a multi-cat investment of $111 for two MHS cats. MHS cats and kittens can be found at MHS adoption “tanks” in Detroit, Rochester Hills, Westland, Petco in Sterling Heights and PetSmart in Dearborn and Roseville.
This deal is backed by the MHS 60-day Adoption Guarantee: If you are not completely satisfied, return the cat within 60 days for a full adoption fee refund. For MHS adoption locations and hours, visit www.michiganhumane.org.
The Michigan Humane Society is the largest and oldest animal welfare organization in the state. MHS works to end companion animal homelessness, provide the highest quality service and compassion to the animals entrusted to our care, and to be a leader in promoting humane values. For more information, call 1-866-MHUMANE.