Speed dating dogs
‘I was not sure what feeling the cat experienced but I just thought that I could feel it wanted to have sex,’ he says.‘However, I am not a cat, so of course I could not understand what cats want.’ He then discovered that pet owners tend to opt for castration as a method of keeping animals happy, healthy and easier to live with.’ Kuang-Yi is currently the artist in residence at FACT in Liverpool, having worked as a dentist previously (he’s a doctor of dental surgery, a master of dental science a master of design in communications design).And he says that his interest in animal sexuality all began with watching a friend’s cat behaving strangely while on the heat.Geri Curran of Cranford says that if she does date, she wants to spend time with someone who loves animals.“You can tell a lot about a person by their dog — by the way they treat their dog,” said Curran.A new doggy speed dating service has been set up to help Aucklanders find love this Valentine’s Day.
The speed dating experts at Dear Pluto know this better than any, so they've teamed up with Sydney Dogs and Cats Home to combine pups and love and bring us a rather smart dating idea.
‘I just asked myself: “do we really have the right to cut off another creature’s sexual organs and claim that it’s for their own good? ‘However, if we don’t do that, how can we solve the sexual problem of pets?
‘At that time, I thought that if there was some contraception for pets like condom for animals, maybe we could just let them have sex with each other.’ He goes on to say that it was then that he came up with the idea for a pet dating app.
If you’re worried that your dog isn’t getting enough attention from the pedigree bitches in your local park when there might be an easy solution.
An artist is hosting a speed dating event for pooches at FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), in Liverpool where ten lucky dogs will have the opportunity of finding the dog of their dreams.