Marketers are capitalizing on the obession with “cute” animals
Implications - “Cute” blogs have infiltrated the web, and thousands of “adorable” chain letters and photo blogs later, they continue to captivate online users. Animals have global appeal, extending far beyond any cultural boundaries, giving this genre of images and videos an easy ability to go viral.
Meet Fail Dog, the most pitiful blog on the web. While LOLCats stars get all the glory and fame for their superior attitude and special language, man's best friend gets nothing but FAIL.
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Fame can be so short on the Internet. A winged cat has already stolen the thunder of the four-eared cat, Yoda.
Meet Tom, the unique winged cat which developed a pair of fur-covered wings during the recent… [More]
The “Kittens I’ve Killed” website, rest assured, is not about killing these adorable cats, although the gun shot you hear might startle at first as do the words “Refresh kills”. Every time the page is… [More]
"Interspecies Love" is one of the cornerstones of the viral pass-along phenomenon. A cousin to the overwhelmingly cute "Baby Animals" email so popular in the 90's, this imagery seems to have a profound… [More]
A cafe in Tokyo, called the Cat Cafe Calico, has 14 felines in residence which people can hire to play with whilst they relax over a cup of tea! Sound odd? The shop is not alone in offering this service,… [More]
I am not going to use the phrase seven lives in this trend - I don’t do cliches. But I will say that if Batman had a kitty, it would indeed look something like this four eared cat.
His owners, Mr & Mrs… [More]