In October, a company called AdoptMe launched its own cat adoption service, using an algorithm to scan thousands of adoptable cats for adopters, and then use that information to place ads for the pets.
The ad platform was originally launched in February, and the service has since grown to offer thousands of cats and puppies in more than 40 countries.
Adoptme is the latest in a growing list of online adoption companies to be targeted by hackers who have recently targeted several major companies including eBay, Facebook, Google, Spotify, Twitter, and Uber.
The attacks have forced the companies to close their sites and have caused some to suspend their operations.
However, the company has now been able to continue operating on its platform despite the attacks.
Adopters can choose to adopt through the platform, which offers both free adoption and paid adoption.
The Adopt Me website is accessible via the internet and allows users to create an account, and users can then browse their pets and find other adopters.
The website has also been made available in more languages.
Adopted cats can also be placed for adoption through Adoptus, which provides free, online adoption to individuals.
The company was founded in 2012 and is based in the UK.