Cat-themed Social Networking Sites Joining a pet-centered Web site can help ease tensions on the dreaded first date.
"Nobody can tell whether or not you're going to have chemistry based on something like a common interest in pets, but if you have a dog or cat, it's a great way to break the ice," explains Michael Carter, president of Pet Passions.com, a pet-themed dating and social networking site.
Not to mention the site is also known as “The Cat Lovers Social Network,” where you can do things like watch entertaining videos, read funny “catoons,” and discuss anything and everything feline.
We talked with Founder Sonny to learn more about the special relationships people have with their furry friends, how addresses the needs of single cat lovers, and the value in doing so.
Well, that really depends where the cat has chosen to sleep! Want to borrow your date’s laptop to show them this great video you saw online earlier?
Shame, the warm keyboard is kitty’s new favourite bed.
Date My asks members to describe their pet's perspective on the ideal date. People sometimes write quips such as, "If I was a cat, I'd just want to stay in my bed" or "If a member of the opposite sex comes to the house, I would hope they would have a big lap so I could sit on it." But, as with meeting any strangers, it's important to be cautious.
The ancient Egyptians loved them, and modern day Brits do too, with around 8.5 million pet cats in the UK!
However whether or not you’re a fan of these independent, elusive, and sometimes standoffish felines, you may still find yourself attracted to their owners. The average house cat spends around 70% of its time sleeping – so, things should be easy right? Kitty’s taken up the space in between you two and she’s not budging.
They’re cute, they’re playful, they’re loveable – but what about their cat?
Cats are the notorious best friend of singles, so chances are you’re bound to come across a few cat lovers during your time on the dating scene.