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Louisiana-based dating app for people seeking ‘cat-forward lifestyles’ to appear on ‘Shark Tank’ – NOLA.com

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Louisiana-based dating app for people seeking ‘cat-forward lifestyles’ to appear on ‘Shark Tank’ – NOLA.com

Since its beta launch on Aug. 8, 2020 (International Cat Day), cat owner dating app Tabby has amassed 50,000 users who wish to prioritize a “cat-forward lifestyle”—and with their coming appearance on ABC reality show “Shark Tank,” cofounders Leigh D’Angelo and her sister Casey Isaacson are taking the New Orleans-based business nationwide.

“When you’re dating, thinking about the type of lifestyle you want to lead and it involves animals, a dating app is also about pet care,” D’Angelo said. “No matter what happens on ‘Shark Tank,’ we’re excited to tell the world we’re not kitten around. We’re here to help cat people find love.”

D’Angelo couldn’t disclose how much she and her team asked of the ultra-rich, celebrity “sharks” in terms of investment, but she did say she hoped for offers from Marc Cuban and Kevin O’Leary based on their track records of dating app investing.

“We were really dedicated to making a deal because we knew the benefits would be incredible,” D’Angelo said.

Nita Gassen and Judy Schott had a life-changing experience when they appeared on the ABC reality show “Shark Tank” in February to pitch the Be…

The sisters aren’t the only Louisiana duo to make waves on “Shark Tank” this year. Nita Gassen and Judy Schott appeared on the show in February to pitch the Better Bedder, a band that goes around the mattress to turn bed-making into an easier chore. Their appearance quadrupled sales and turned the Mandeville moms into local celebrities.

The “Shark Tank” team approached Tabby founders after “The Bachelorette” star Katie Thurston touted the dating app on social media. Tabby is the feline spinoff of Dig, a dog-centric dating app that D’Angelo, a former WVUE Fox 8 anchor, and Isaacson, who lives in Brooklyn and works in advertising, launched in 2018.

Isaacson’s dating woes were the impetus for Dig, which the sisters funded as part of The Idea Village in 2017. It now has more than 250,000 users and an in-house developer team.

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Source: https://www.nola.com/news/business/article_fb162828-3372-11ec-b13a-abf0164d7fab.html

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