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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.
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?
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.
You can filter by whether or not you want to date someone who currently has a dog and/or wants one eventually.
Every day you’ll receive five potential matches and you can decide if you “dig” them, “really dig” them, or “pass” on them.
Maybe it’s a generational thing, but I thought this was a little odd: And if you don’t have a digital camera, smartphone, newer computer, scanner, or tech-savvy member of your family, then you can mail a photo to headquarters and it will upload it for free, which might reflect something about the site’s users. Purrsonals is clearly the best of the three, but they all underperform.Get Together for a Date at the Dog Park and Watch the Sparks Fly!