You could remain in contact and organize events, outings, meetings, and more.
Ultimately, you’re in charge of your own happiness, and sometimes that means getting a little creative.If you’re looking to have an unconventional awesome Valentine’s Day date, courting a canine might be the best way to go.C’mon, many bright ideas were born from a struggle. Helloooo.) Some naysayers may consider spending the day with an animal as peak desperation, but whatevs."I only date other dog owners.", "If they aren't a Pet Parents with Fur kids, I don't want to spend my valuable time with them." , "Don't have Fur Kids, move along.", "Don't love and spoil Fur kids, mmmmmmm, no time for you.", "I only date, spend time with doggie owners.".If you've thought or said any of the above statements in your mind or to others, this meet up group is for you and your fur kids. I'll post for FREE in the Sponsor section because making a DIFFERENCE for others is important.While adoption pets available will vary from store to store, ranging from playful kittens to senior cats, puppies, dogs or even rabbits, there will be no shortage of loving animals all looking for a forever home.
To find which stores will be participating in the event and what adoption animals are available at each store see the list below. Some rescue groups may only have limited numbers of animals in store.
It’s fun, interactive, safe and anonymous – until you decide to take it further.
Our website offers numerous interesting and comfortable approaches for our members to meet and get to know each other.
On human Tinder I’d almost always swipe right if a guy had a dog in his picture, mostly because it was a nice break from the monotony of all the stock shots of dude with arms around his fellow groomsmen; dude sportin’ a just-hooked fish; dude posing in gory fake Halloween blood; or my most abhorred, most automatic swipe left: dude smirking in front of a sign while doing the thing the sign says not to do. I once dated a guy who would immediately wash his hands every time he came into contact with my dog Phoebe, and almost never spend the night at my place because he couldn’t handle getting dog hair on his clothes. Beyond the potential for a -esque dog-sponsored love connection, I really just felt game for a play date. Hanging out with Phoebe is one of my favorite pastimes, but it’s hard to find friends who are as dog-centric as I am.
According to a 2012 Census by the NYC EDC, there are an estimated 600,000 dogs in NYC, yet, I can count the number of my acquaintances-with-dogs in the city on one hand.
If the humans you know have a history of dropping the ball in the romance department, perhaps it’s time for a drastic new approach.