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Wednesday  June 28 8:56 AM EDT Running Out of Cash

By Brian Briggs

Cedar Falls, IA - The list of Internet companies that are running out of cash keeps growing every day. Joining the ranks of financially troubled companies such as, and, is bestiality site

DonkeyHumper went public last summer when the stock market was much friendlier to up and coming dot-com companies.

Its much publicized IPO skyrocketed from an initial offering price of $25 to over $112 and raised over $25 million. The stock now trades around $4.

DonkeyHumper CEO Clyde Wizman said, "There are other options besides the public markets for raising cash, and we are exploring them all. I started with a single dream, a pretty weird dream, but I'm not about to let that dream die just because Wall Street says so."

While DonkeyHumper may survive, it will definitely have to put its aggressive expansion plans on hold.  The plans include a DonkeyHumper theme park, DonkeyHumper ocean cruises, and a new website called HamsterPumper.

DonkeyHumper isn't the only bestiality site feeling the pinch.   More established sites such as have begun cost cutting measures in order to survive. MonkeyMelons CEO Vic Johnson said, "We've had to let a few people go and we've cut down on our advertising budget. We can't raise our membership rates like AsianSheepOrgy did.  We just don't have the pricing power that a brand name like that carries."

Most analysts on Wall Street share the dim view for animal sex sites.   "The window for taking a bestiality site public is closed," said Merrill Lynch adult site analyst Michael Benzor.  "Bestiality sites like, and ClownsWithCats who are all in a pre-IPO stage will have to find funding from some other source."

There has been one bright spot in the industry.  Bestiality bellwether posted a profit of 3 cents a share yesterday exceeding analysts expectations of 2 cent per share loss.

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