We guess getting a tattoo of her precious pooch just wasn't enough to keep the sadness away...
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Blogging pet? That's totes ridiculous! LOLz!
A new study says a different breed of celebrity is taking over Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
One in ten of all UK pets have their own Facebook page, Twitter profile or YouTube channel, and more than half of UK pet owners are sharing photos of their pets online.
The rise of pets online has also seen a number of owners joining dedicated sites, with names such as Critter, Catster and Doggie Dating.
Others have also set up entire websites devoted specifically to their pets, many of which have raised money for rescue centres or animal welfare charities.
Neil Brettell, director of insurer PetPlan, who commissioned the study, said that it suggested that “animals are more popular than celebrities on Facebook and other social networking sites.”
He added "A site that incorporates animals AND celebrities sounds like it would be the best website ing the world!!"
Ok, he didn't say that last part. LOL.
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