The soon-to-be first dog, Major, is being honored by the rescue group that took care of him before he was adopted by President-elect Joe Biden.
The Delaware Humane Association and Pumpkin Pet Insurance are holding what they’re calling the “largest virtual party for dogs.”
Major’s “indoguration” is scheduled for Jan. 17, days before Biden’s inauguration.
It will be held on Zoom and participants pay a minimum of $10 to attend virtually.
Donations go to the shelter’s relief efforts.
Major isn’t the first shelter dog to live at the White House. He’s also not the only canine moving in. Major will be joined by Champ, CNN reported.