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Animal Internet is a new social networking site
Animal Internet goes beyond other “pet” sites, which are centered
around sharing pictures, and focuses on letting the animals share their opinions.
It’s a place where dogs and cats discuss world events with fish, birds
trade recipes with monkeys and polar bears share their New Year’s resolutions
One of the site’s main features are the humorous animatorials (editorials
written by an animal.) Some recent ones have included a mouse thanking a drug
company for curing his cancer, the first penguin to ever get a divorce explaining
why (“I just couldn’t take her nagging...”), and an exclusive
interview with the actual chicken who crossed the road.
The site is the brainchild of a golden retriever named Casey. When she’d
bark at the mailman he’d spray her with mace. They obviously weren’t
communicating. So Casey composed a letter explaining that her job was to protect
the property and that her barking wasn’t personal. Long story short, the
mailman and her are now friends. Casey realized that animals need a way to express
their opinions and Animal Internet was born.
(For the record, Casey lives with Billiam Coronel, a multiple Emmy-winning
writer of American TV and movies.)