According to the Telegraph, "One in 10 of all UK pets have their own Facebook page, Twitter profile or YouTube channel."
We are totes phyced that more pets have picked up on what we've been putting down (yep, we're taking credit for this trend).
BUT before you jump right on the
band wagon consider these pros and con of social networking for pets:
1. Your annoying pet will have less free time to walk on me and fart.
2. Celebrity pets can write tell-all blogs! Duh.
3. There will finally be a market for viral videos of humans doing cute things.
4. Lassie can have a Twitter feed: "Timmy fell in another well. #niceworkshithead"
5. Your cat will finally be able to meet that perfect feline – who is a calico but not bitchy.
1. Your attention deprived pet will have more free time to send feacbook invites.
2. You could be cyberbullied by your neighbour's parrot. (It's your fault for ever suggesting it's feathers were fake!)
3. Feline Aids will become a computer virus.
4. Dogs will begin scamming other dogs out of large amounts of Pedigree Chum.
5. It's only a matter of time before they take over Farmville and turn it into a communist dystopia.
LOLZ! Jk - we think every pet should have a blog!!!!!!
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