There is a new trend in Hollywood and it's fur heavy and being called, "The Facebook for Dogs"!
PETA can breath a sigh of relief because the trend that can't be denied are dogs and their loving celebrity owners. In the age of Twitter and Instagram, celebrities are taking the opportunity more frequently to share special, personal memories with their beloved dogs. The adage of "man's best friend" has reached a whole new level and the popular new site R-U-My-Litter aims to tie it all together.
Long gone are the days of going to your local pet store and picking out a dog for your family. These days with activism so high by so many celebrities and public figures, adoption and rescuing dogs has become the way to go when bringing a new four-legged friend home to the family. Now with the clever new website R-U-My-Litter (www.rumylitter.com) everyone is able to connect their dog with the rest of their litter; A chance to reunite doggie siblings that were separated at birth... The happy ending every hollywood story longs for.
A general look of celebrity dogs on google brings a bevy of famous pooches to the forefront. Miley Cyrus alone has a fleet of rescued pups that might yearn to be reunited with their siblings. A frequent instagrammer of her dogs Mary Jane, Lila, Floyd, Happy and Ziggy, R-U-My-Litter would be a great resource to keep her canine family connected. Then there is reigning DIVA Mariah Carey's famous dog Jack. He's not only appeared in her music videos and onstage but has even made it into the lyrics of a few of Mariah's songs. She recently tweeted another one of her beloved five Jack Russell Terriers, Jill E. beans, at work at a recording studio. Perhaps they can all be tied to litters found on this unique website?!
In conclusion, the beautiful thing about R-U-My-Litter is it connects dogs to their natural families, celebrity or not. In the end, your dog could be a part of the litter connected to one of these celebrities. Wouldn't that be "Ironic" if your dog was linked to one of Alanis Morissette's many rescue dogs? R-U My-Litter is the go to site to find out!
http://www.RUMyLitter.com for more details and to get signed-up!