Social networking for your pets

      Category: Community

      House pets can now join the social networking scene, assuming their owners feel like making profiles for them. Dog and cat owners can join one of these two social networking sites, and show off their canine and feline companions to the world. Each pet gets its own profile, complete with photo galleries, a blog, and compatibility with third-party widgets, just like you'd find on most social networks for humans.

      In addition to profiles, owners can also use Dogster and Catster as a way to meet and interact with other owners. Users can find local owners of the same breed, and interact with them through the built-in messaging service. There's also a built-in reviews system for parks, veterinarians, and pet-sitting services.

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    • Bebo
    • DeviantArt
    • Digg
    • Dogster/Catster
    • Facebook
    • Friendster
    • Gaia Online
    • LinkedIn
    • Me.dium
    • MySpace

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