Cats dating site video
Except for this part: A video lady who, without warning or invitation, introduces the site to you, appearing on screen like a digital Tinkerbell.
“We made Purrsonals just for you,” she coos, cat in arms. Registration was typical enough, although the personality criteria (which you to fill out) felt a little limiting — how on Earth do I describe the personalities of the social groups I belong to?
Here at Catster, I am the only one of our editorial team who is single. I’m receptive to finding lovers, but, after a streak of serial monogamy, I’m happy to take my time developing meaningful relationships.
Can I hear it for all the happily single ladies out there? I’m still new to San Francisco and pretty evenly split between introversion and extroversion, so anyone I meet I treat as a possible New Best Friend.
was first introduced as a “dating” site about 13 years ago.
And though it’s called Must Love Pets, the site doesn’t seem very pet-oriented. Which is really too bad, because they’re missing an opportunity to cater to a really receptive community.
I don’t think there’s anything wrong with dating based on similar interests or beliefs such as a love of cats — after all, it’s better than falling for someone and then finding out he or she is deathly allergic to cats.
I don’t want to talk to someone who might immediately dismiss someone on height alone (because, let me tell you, I thoroughly lack it). I was most wary of Must Love Pets because, I mean, look at this: And I was right to be wary.
Registration was easy enough, but the accompanying email pushed paying for a “premium membership.” (Really, to make any dollar amount worth it, it would have to be a different site.) Like Single Cat Lovers, Must Love Pets required me to categorize my physical attributes.