The more they chatted, the more they learned that their paths had almost crossed several times.
Two bonded kittens are together again thanks to a lovely twist of fate!
On Valentine’s Day Petaluma Animal Services received word that Ozzy and Butter – part of a litter of 6 they rescued back in 2014 – had been reunited when their owners met online and fell in love.
Human version: Airbnb, an online marketplace that enables people to list, find, and rent vacation homes. Dog version: Dog Vacay and Rover, which recently raised $65 million in Series F funding, two services that match owners with local hosts who are willing to board their dogs. Human version: Seamless, an online food ordering service that facilitates takeout and delivery options from a network of restaurants.
Dog version: Pet Plate, Ollie, and The Farmer’s Dog, among other startups, deliver precooked meals for dogs (options include Turkey and Brown Rice, Fish and Potatoes, and Beef and Vegetables).
When it comes to their pets, American are willing to open their wallets—the pet industry brought in $66.75 billion in the U. last year, up more than 10% from 2015, according to the American Pet Association. Last year alone, $156 million was invested in pet tech startups, according to data from CB Insights.
Rover, a Seattle-based company that allows owners to connect with a network of on-demand walkers and pet-sitters, recently raised a eye-catching million in funding.
They had attended the same rock concerts – and, little did they know, they had adopted identical kittens from the same shelter in July 2014.
Despite their connections, Cavin wasn’t all that interested in Herrera.
After 2 years apart these ginger cuties are picking up right where they left off, romping and snuggling once again!
Cathleen Cavin met Brian Herrera through an online dating app in April 2015.
(Get on it, though, and be sure to do your due diligence.