Consider adopting another cat, but if that's not for you or your kitty, make sure to set aside time each day to play games with your pet, enhancing the fun with soothing and comforting banter.
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Experts advise that you guard personal information and go to a public place for initial get-togethers.
Here is a rundown on a few pet-themed dating and/or networking Web sites: Remember Your Cat While searching for a new friend or date, keep in mind that your cat still needs companionship too. C., area-based freelancer, has been writing about pets, among other topics, for more than 15 years.
That special something can be summed up by the feel of soft fur rubbing against one's leg, the purr after a satisfying neck scratch, and friendship of the feline sort.
"There are a lot of people out there who want to meet others who share a common interest like pets," says Robert Yau, who founded Date My five years ago and more recently started the social networking site My Cat
If you find a stray but cannot keep it, try socializing it before finding it another home.
Train it to use a litter box and to be petted and held, since socialized kitties stand a better chance of being adopted.
These pet lover Web sites also allow your sense of humor to show through -- in your profile and postings.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.