Seattle, WA (PRWEB) June 19, 2005 -
Â Pethop.com today announced the launch of ÂPaw FictionÂ, the first online pet video contest of its kind.
ÂIf you have caught your pet doing something funny, amazing or interesting on video, ÂPaw FictionÂ is your opportunity to share it with the world,Â says Jeffrey Wang, founder of Pethop.com. ÂBy uploading your video to our online community, you and your pet will have a chance at a bit of fame and fortune.Â
The first place winner of the contest will receive $100 and an additional $100 will be donated to an animal shelter in their neighborhood, in keeping with the siteÂs commitment to helping pets find great homes. A prize of $50 will also be awarded to the second place winner and their respective animal shelter.
Pethop.com, a one-stop-shop online community catering to the needs of pet lovers, was established in April of this year. According to Wang, the site differs from other pet related sites by offering inventive features, unique to Pethop.com.
ÂOur site offers pet lovers a fun way to showcase their petsÂ personality on the web,Â says Wang. ÂThrough our unique customization tool, users have the chance to make their petÂs page truly unique, unlike any other petÂs homepage on the net.Â
The site also helps connect users with adoption agencies and features a lost-and-found center where visitors can post detailed information and photos to help reunite people with their lost pets. For pets looking for love, their owners can help them find it through PetMatch, a unique feature that will match their pet with another one of the same breed in their neighborhood.
Wang sees the pet video contest as a perfect match for Pethop.com. ÂWeÂre excited to host the first online pet video contest as it gives pet lovers the opportunity to share their pets with the world,Â says Wang. ÂAnd sharing the love of your pet is what our site is all about.Â
To enter the online pet video contest, visit http://www.pethop.com and click on the ÂPaw FictionÂ banner. Contest closes July 10, 2005.
Phone: (206) 632-3045 / Fax (206) 632-3045