Taking the cat photos, names and likes from the shelter's site, he created dating-service-style profiles giving the cats human dislikes, with a comedic touch.
While the cats' "likes" included normal feline favorites, such as "sleeping in a sunbeam" or "taking naps," the dislikes really cat-apulted the signs to success.
"In fact we have had more reporters with inquiries than potential adopters."Keefe notes the shelter is a small, nonprofit, no-kill shelter run by volunteers, and though the posters came as a surprise, they did get a laugh from the effort."And we are still trying to track down the warlock who turned Delores into a cat," she said, referring to one of the most popular posters.
"But until we find him, or find her a forever home as a cat, she is welcome to live with us."You can read about the actual cats at the Sante D'Or shelter page.
The "Home bae" event is designed to match potential homebuyers who are struggling to get on the property ladder.
Please stop." Tuxedo cat Honey dislikes birds, but not for normal cat reasons.With the increasing use of the Internet as a way for people to communicate, online dating sites have become a highly popular way for single people to meet and find romantic partners.Starting your own Internet dating site takes time, hard work, and creativity, but these sites have real potential as moneymaking businesses and as a way to help single people find true love.In order to connect young, like-minded consumers who may be interested in purchasing a home but lack the means to do so on their own, HSBC is launching the 'Home Bae' event.Home Bae is a speed dating-style event that brings together those who may be interested in co-buying a property.