By Gary Bogue
Friday, May 11th, 2007 at 7:27 am in Animals.
My cat, Tut, handed me this press release as I was leaving for work this morning:
Animal-Internet.com finally gives critters a voice
Ever wonder where fish stand on global warming? … whether crocodiles get upset when they are mistaken for alligators? … what the chicken who crossed the road was really thinking?
Animal-Internet presents the answers to these and other questions through “animatorials,” humorous, insightful editorials from the animal’s point of view.
Animal-Internet’s mission is to give all animals, both domestic and wild, a virtual soapbox to express their opinions. Visitors will find members of every species discussing world events, participating in polls, sharing photos, and leaving comments on the animatorial postings. There are only a few rules — no humans are allowed to join the community, members must refrain from eating one another and absolutely no use of the P-E-T word.
Although the membership is animals only, humans are encouraged to browse. New animatorials are posted each week. If readers rate a particular essay highly, it may earn “Featured” status and appear on Animal-Internet’s home page.
For more information, visit http://Animal-Internet.com.
You may also e-mail questions directly to the ferrets in Legal, the cows in Marketing, or the friendly dolphins in Support.