Get petworking with your cat on social media

There’s no denying the popularity of cats on the internet. And, in recent times, this has extended to social media. It even has an official name – Social Petworking. If you’ve heard of #catsofinstagram you’ll know exactly what we’re talking about.

From grumpy cats to fashionista cats, we’ve seen them all. And now we want to see yours on your favourite social media network.

Ignite your passion

So why the growth in cat profiles on social media? One reason may be acceptance. As much as you love cats, you probably don’t want to flood your personal Facebook page with your cat’s every move.

The Lounge was created for the same reason – so people could connect with like-minded cat lovers in a home away from home that’s warm and welcoming.

When you set up a social page for your cat, you can upload to your heart’s content. It’s all about sharing the cat you love with people who are as passionate about cats as you are. All you need is a name, a few good photos, a short bio and you’re done. Given the popularity of cats on Instagram, your cat could become a socialite in no time at all!

Social climbers

nala cat the siamese mixed with tabby cat

Nala Cat

Nala Cat

Instagram followers: 3.4 million

Famous for: Her beautiful face

Now has: A website and merchandise range (proceeds go to animal welfare)

tardar sauce the grumpy cat on instagram

Grumpy Cat

Grumpy Cat

Instagram followers: 2.4 million

Famous for: Her grumpy face

Now has: 6 million+ Facebook likes, thousands of memes and plans for a waxwork at Madame Tussauds in San Francisco.

lil bub cat with tongue poking out



Instagram followers: 1.7 million

Famous for: Her cute little tongue

Now has: A website, a YouTube talk show (guests include Whoopi Goldberg) and an online shop

princess monster truck the black cat with underbite

Princess Monster Truck

Princess Monster Truck

Instagram followers:287,000

Famous for: Her unusual underbite

Now has: A merchandise range (proceeds go to animal welfare)