What’s the Cat-Lover Dating Application Doing Today?

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While niche dating apps have always been popular, they are seeing a lot of growth in recent years. Tinder, and similar apps, may provide a lot of potential suitors. However, wouldn’t it be much easier to find someone with a common interest like your love of cats or for a hobby? The dating app is a blessing for you. TabbyNow you can do that!

Tabby’s founders, Leigh Isaacson D’Angelo and Casey Isaacson, are heading to Shark TankTabby is a cat person dating app that aims to reach a wider audience.

Here’s a status update for Tabby, following ‘Shark Tank.

Tabby was created by sisters Leigh and CaseyIt was developed by Emberly Digital (a software development company founded in 2005 by brothers Collin Versluis and Cameron Versluis). Emberly has partnered with the sisters before. It’s not the first time they have created a niche dating app.

Leigh and Casey were founded in 2008 DigEmberly. Tabby’s debut is on Shark Tank You asked, “Hey, what about dog people?”The good news is that there’s an app. Dig, which is designed to be the ultimate app for dog lovers, is similar to Tabby.

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Both apps allow users the ability to create profiles for themselves, their furry friends, and swipe on others’ profiles. You can also set up playdates or other dates and view profiles of animal lovers. Tabby does acknowledge that dating a cat is a different experience than dating a dog.

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“You’ve got dog-friendly locations and restaurants and bars and other things that are easier for dog people to go out and meet each other, like dog parks,”Leigh spoke in an interview with SheKnows. “We wanted to create a space online where cats are in their element, at home, and people can interact with each other in the perfect way to find their match.”

Tabby was created on International Cat Day, August 8, 2020. It is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The app has been downloaded more than 10,000 times on the Google Play Store, which indicates that there is a growing community for cat lovers.

Tabby and Dig both worked to improve their security measures as of 2021. Dating apps face a lot of problems.. Since July, the apps have partnered. RealMeIt allows members to find out more about their matches in just one click. The site will allow users to find out more information about their potential partners, including criminal and court records.

Learn more about Tabby, and see how Casey and Leigh fare. Shark TankYou can tune in on ABC at 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Oct. 29,