I may or may not have an Ok Cupid profile through which I’ve met a couple of folks who’ve become my friends. Back when Facebook was brand new and a lot smaller, I met my college friends by combing through mutual interests.As a writer and as a web native, I am confident expressing myself online.When it came to searching for people, Purrsonals fell flat — I was among only three results in San Francisco within my age range, and the only one with a photo.Not that a photo is necessarily an accurate representation of a person’s appearance, it’s always nice to get an idea of who you are talking to.The group is hosting the first in a series of dating events called "Meet My Owner," a singles mixer for pet owners.Participants are asked to first fill out a profile with questions like "What would your pet say about you? " Relucio hopes it will make meeting other pet owners easy and fun."There will be drinks, icebreakers and maybe board games," she said.
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· Bark Off: 66 percent of men and women would not date someone who didn’t like pets.
· Paws Turn Heads: 27 percent of women find photos of pets in an online dating profile a turn-on.
· Puppy Bait: Men are almost four times more likely to use their pet to attract a potential date than women (22 percent vs. · Vetting it Out: 70 percent of singles think their dates’ reaction to their pet is important.
· Animal Attraction: 35 percent of single women have been more attracted to someone because of their pet. Dog owners are less open to having a relationship with a cat owner.