Cats rule the Internet — that's not up for debate. According to Google, people search for the word "cats" 30 million times per month , nearly three times the amount of searches for "Kim Kardashian" and five times for "bacon. In order to properly express its love, the Internet has given multiple tributes to its feline friends. There are dozens of blogs and interactive sites dedicated to cats, in just about every permutation possible. You want your cats served with a side of hunky male models? There's a blog for that.
Men who own cats might be less likely to get dates, according to a new study on how women perceive potential matches on apps like Tinder , Hinge and Bumble. We found literally the only tool you need to make delicious grilled food in the safety of your own home this summer. Their conclusion? In fact, for women surveyed in the experiment, they actually made men appear less attractive. The study was relatively simple: Researchers showed the women whose ages ranged from 18 to 24 photos of two men, each of whom had posed for one photo with a cat, and one without. After they were shown a picture of him with his four-legged friend, that figure dropped to 33 percent. The outcome was far from expected.
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If you've ever been on the Internet, you've probably seen Debbie, the crazy eHarmony cat lady. Her video for the online dating site went viral and now has almost 28 million views. Only issue?
It's already brought joy to three million Youtube viewers and it's sure to tickle many many more. Posted on June 3 and titled eHarmony Video Bio, it stars a woman calling herself Debbie, who seems shy and a bit ditzy but nevertheless is looking for a soulmate. She says it's her first attempt at an online dating video and that she's nervous and excited at the same time. Scroll down for video. After announcing she's an MBA graduate from Villanova university, she says she love cats and then bursts into tears.