Dogs and cats.com was a dot-com venture that sold family pet items to retail customers. It started out functions in August 1998 and shut in November 2000. A high-profile advertising campaign offered it a more popular public occurrence, including an appearance in the 1999 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and an ad in the 2000 Super Dish. Its popular sock puppet advertising mascot was interviewed by People journal and came out on HELLO America.
Although sales increased significantly because of the attention, the business was poor on basics and lost money on almost all of its sales. Its high general population account during its quick existence managed to get one of the most noteworthy failures of the dot-com bubble of the first 2000s. US$300 million of investment finance vanished with the business’s failure. The business was headquartered in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA.