Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) April 11, 2007
Sloppy Kiss Cards, a site offering high quality animated ecards for pet lovers, announces the availability of cats when creating your personalized pet ecard.
"After receiving numerous requests from customers to add cats to Sloppy Kiss Cards, cats have finally joined the dogs at Sloppy Kiss Cards," says Nicole Stocker of Sloppy Kiss Cards, "with over 50 dogs and 15 cats to choose from, and more on the way, dog and cat lovers will have a great time selecting and naming the pet that stars in their animated ecard."
Sloppy Kiss Cards offers high quality, animated dog ecards and cat ecards that are clever, tasteful and feature original music. When creating an ecard users first select either a cat or a dog ecard and then choose their favorite breed from the dog gallery or the cat gallery and even name the pet that stars in their ecard. Sloppy Kiss Cards has added a line of cat Mother's Day ecards and dog Mother's Day ecards in time for Mother's Day.
Can't find the dog or cat that you would like to star in your ecard? You can submit photos of your own pet to be considered for the dog or cat gallery. Visit Make Your Pet a Star to submit your photos. Be sure to follow the guidelines to increase the chances that your dog or cat is chosen. If chosen, they could be the newest star. Or users can submit a story about their pet and it could become the inspiration for the next ecard.
Sloppy Kiss Cards costs just $9.95 a year to send unlimited dog and cat ecards. As a member, a year's worth of holiday wishes, birthday greetings and little notes can be organized in one sitting thanks to helpful ecard features like scheduling, an address book and ecard tracking.
About Sloppy Kiss Cards
Sloppy Kiss Cards is a brainchild of avid dog and cat lover Nicole Stocker. Nicole was always drawn to the idea of ecards. On special occasions when Nicole wanted to send friends and family best wishes, she found herself searching various ecard sites for a suitable pet ecard, only to be disappointed. After working for Microsoft for five years, Nicole decided to put her computer expertise together with her love of animals and in June of 2006, Sloppy Kiss Cards became a bone-a-fide business. Nicole makes it a point to donate a portion of the membership fees to the Petfinder.com Foundation, helping homeless pets find loving homes.