Debut Virtual World: begot™ is the place where you get to play with a MyePets™ pet in an exciting virtual world! MyePets believe in true friendship, accepting others and above all being true to yourself!

When you join you can adopt your own MyePets pet and take care of them, keeping them happy and healthy, decorate their house, and interact with other MyePets and much more!

You become a member of after you purchase a plush toy and use the secret code that comes with your MyePets pet. The code will let you adopt your very own MyePets pet and let you join in
the online fun!

To view packages online go to our About MyePets section. packages and products can be found at your local retailer. Please check our Where To Buy for a list of retailers.

Well… Bratz may have questionable attire-choices, and they may lean towards the bratty side of life… but at least they’re in support of Rescue Pets— yet another toy line from MGA Entertainment, Inc. is yet another “buy the toy, get the code, come explore” virtual experience for children. It’s targeted for ages 4+

Curious about their safety measures? Check out MGA Entertainment’s Privacy Policy where it says:

For Website visitors under 18 years of age, MGA has implemented additional steps to safeguard their privacy. For Website visitors ages 14-17, MGA will notify a parent or legal guardian (each, a “Parent”),
by e-mail, to inform them that the teen visitor is electing to provide personal information to MGA.
For children 13 years or younger, MGA will collect and keep personal information only with a Parent’s verified consent, or that has been provided by a Parent, after a delayed e-mail
notification, or in aggregated form that is not linked to any personal information or identifiers (for example, 50% of girls under age 13 like the color pink).

So Parents– they’ll give you a heads up for anyone under 18, but the parent HAS to approve the U13 set, which is great. It’s good to see MGA Entertainment break up the age groups for minors and actually PAY proper attention to their teen set. I’m sure teens are too excited about that– but then again… with such a LARGE barrier of entry (buy this $30 dollar toy for a code), it seems kinda strange for a teen to be interested in gaining access.

I know I’ve said the opposit with— Barbie’s open registration (not needing to immediately buy to play), they’re inviting web-wanderers, and they’re inviting their alumni fans to continue their brand evangelism later in life. Bratz/RescuePets/MGA seem to have made the decision to ONLY engage their doll/toy-playpattern-users (aka their direct target audience).

FYI Parents, if you take a closer look at that privacy policy, you might also notice that the site collectings information about you– as a user. To be blunt, here’s some of the info:

information might include the Website pages that you visited, the type of browser you use (e.g., Netscape or Internet Explorer), the level of encryption that your web browser supports, the type of operating system you use (e.g., Windows XP or Mac OS), the name of your Internet service provider (e.g., America Online, Earthlink), the query that you entered into a search engine via a website or which led you to the Website, and other types of “click stream” data.

Why? You might ask:

[MGA Entertainment websites] use this anonymous or non-personal information for the purposes outlined in this Privacy Policy, as well as for technical, research and analytical purposes, including for instance, to rate and improve the design and content of the Website and to enable us to personalize your experience at We may also use this information in the aggregate to analyze how the Website is used and to offer you products, services, promotions, sweepstakes and contests.

MOST sites do this. Especially if you download a browser bar (like Zwinktropolis, the VW for teens, NOT U13). From a Brand perspective– this info they gather helps to make their products better… BUT you should be made aware of the collection. Not everyone reads privacy policies these days 😉

How about safety & chat:

MGA will require verified Parent consent for the collection of any personal information from children 13 years and younger. For children 13 years and younger, the user account is controlled by a Parent user name and password, so that the Parent will be aware of any changes that are made to the account. Minors ages 14-17 will have their own user name and password but Parents will be notified via e-mail when the minor registers for the account.

Open Chat is NOT recommended for children 13 years and younger. Verified Parental consent is required for children 13 and younger to use any chat function except for chat that uses preprogrammed words and phrases, such as ClickChat. Parents of children 13 and younger will be able to, at any time, disable or request termination of chat privileges for their child, other than ClickChat or other forms of preprogrammed chat. Parents of minors ages 14-17 will be notified by e-mail if a teen registers for chat privileges. No Parent consent or notice is required for the basic version of chat that uses only pre-programmed words and phrases.

Sadly, there isn’t any information other than the mention of “filters” to describe their moderation methods. Sigh.

I think the last thing I have to say about the debut of this new site is this:

Does it seem odd that most of MGA’s properties strongly resemble OTHER properties? Like…say… The Littlest Pet Shop (which I absolutely LOVE) and Strawberry Shortcake (why did they have to go an “update” her? I miss the old SS!). I dunno. I mean– this happens all the time in toys and cartoons. Successful ideas breed ideas with sudden similarities. The last property listed on the MGA Entertainment website list (at the bottom of bratz, bebratz, bratzlilangels, rescuepets, and MyePets is:, which is like a mix between the game Candy Land and Strawberry Shortcake. Gotta wonder if they’ll push that property forward with the buy+play online experience to help it gain notice? You just never know.

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  1. August 19, 2007 at 2:16 pm

    By the way, There is going to be a new game called Hello Kitty Online. it seems pretty cool. I’m not really sure what its about, because it’s not out yet. But, if you google it there might be something about it.

  2. August 19, 2007 at 2:16 pm

    Thought you might want to post something about it. I don’t know.

  3. Jessica Smith
    August 25, 2007 at 12:43 am


  4. August 25, 2007 at 12:44 am is probably going to be super fun.

  5. simone
    October 3, 2007 at 5:46 am

    i dont realy get this site whats it about

  6. simone
    October 3, 2007 at 5:48 am

    im going now bye bye

  7. EMMA
    October 22, 2007 at 12:03 am

    I’m unsure about asking for a MyePet… I mean, I love Rescue Pets, but I just don’t know.

  8. October 29, 2007 at 3:51 pm

    i wanna play

  9. November 24, 2007 at 4:04 pm

    I went to my friend’s cousin’s birthday party (They were sharing the party) and the cousin got one. I’ll have to ask her how it is.

  10. zariabeam
    December 1, 2007 at 11:13 pm

    i dont get what the website is about

    December 1, 2007 at 11:16 pm


  12. olivia
    December 6, 2007 at 2:35 pm

    how do i adopt a pet

  13. Amanda
    January 29, 2008 at 10:38 pm

    hi izzy im new to your site so can you show me around?

  14. March 9, 2008 at 3:05 am

    how am i going to register at myepets

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  2. August 20, 2007 at 12:00 am

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