Miami, Florida (PRWEB) January 04, 2012
Dogs tending bar and serving appetizers, cats spinning the tunes, bunny rabbits hopping and twirling for joy. What on earth are these animals doing and why are they doing it on Twitter? Co-Founder and Proprietor Georgia Manley explains, “with so many animals and displaced pets in today’s economy, a group of us knew we had to think outside the litter box and really get creative. Myself (also known as @FlaCatLady) and my Twitter friend @MaggieTKat were having a bad day and decided we wanted to virtually party together. But we also wanted our energy and tweeting skills to go towards a good cause. With all the furry friends we started making on Twitter, we thought it would be fun to host a Thursday afternoon Twitter Party while trying to raise money for animal charity.”
Since that day back on May 10th, 2010, more volunteers were recruited to help with Nipclub Twitter Parties. Two stellar Nipclub Managers, @Thenascarkitty and @Tinypearlcat, pounced on board to really grow this litter. Eventually a schedule with specific job openings was created that included Barktenders, DJs and even Security Officers.
On Thursday nights starting at 4:00PM EST, things start heating up with animals from all over the world coming together on Twitter to tweet party messages to each other, including a link to the fancy blog nipclub.blogspot.com. Once on the Blog , attendees are dazzled by the glamour and posh menu. A Barktender eagerly greets each guest and offers a drink of their choice including Tunatinis and Meowgaritas. Flashing lights, red carpet fashion, a disco ball for dancing, full service valet parking; Nipclub is the place to be for high rolling party animals. Tweets shoot out all night long from @BadAndy_KityKat to @GeorgetheDuck commenting on the outstanding appetizer platter that @KingTuitiFruiti serves.
If you are having a hard time imagining so many pets on Twitter, just show up on any given Thursday evening and join in the fun. Nipclub rules are pretty simply laid out. Nipclub is a virtual animal group. Their main purpose is to raise money for the designated Animal Rescue of the night. Pawticipation is very easy. Show up on Twitter and follow some of these animals and start tweeting with the hash tag #nipclub. You will be welcome with open paws.
For more information about Nipclub, go to http://nipclub.blogspot.com/ or tweet @FlaCatLady or @KingTuitiFruiti.
Nipclub is a virtual animal group that’s main focus is to help charity organizations through having fun. Charity goal and policy for selecting animal groups is to provide much needed funds to no-kill shelters, rescues, sanctuaries and programs. Pets on Twitter are the workers who make it all happen.