Social networks aren't limited to just people. Dog or cat, snake or fish, there's no reason why your pet should be left out of the mix. Pet social networks are a great way to show off your friend, find information about your pet, and even adopt new pets.
Catster, the sister-company of Dogster, is the most popular social network for anything that meows, hisses, or just ignores you to play with a ball of yarn. Along with being able to share pictures of your cat, you can also look to adopt one, or put your own up for adoption.
The most popular pet-based social network, Dogster gets nearly half a million visitors each month. Dogster allows you to show off your pooch, find advice on dogs, and even find out what type of dog breed you are.
MyDogSpace is a community of dog lovers who can share information, pictures, videos and even has a Twitter-like feed called "Dog Barks." Along with creating a MySpace for your dog, you can also compete in fun contests such as cutest dog and guess the breed.
The sister site of MyDogSpace, this cute little social network caters to cat lovers and lets your kitty become a star through shared photos and video. Like MyDogSpace, there is a Twitter-like feed called Cat Meows and plenty of trivia and games to participate in.
Petbrags is a small but growing community of pet owners who welcome all kinds of pets from dogs to cats to fish to reptiles. So, if you want to show off your albino ferret, Petbrags is the place to do it.
United Dogs is a great international social network of dog lovers who've come together to show pictures of their puppies and make their pooch a star of their own video. There is also a wiki on dogs and a mashup using Google maps to point out great dog places on the map.
An international cat-lovers social network, UnitedCats lets you create a webpage for your kitty and find cat friends from around the world. You can even show your cats on your MySpace or Facebook profile.