Study shows dog and cat people actually are different

Study shows dog and cat people actually are different

A Facebook study shows that dog people are more outgoing, measured in terms of Facebook friends. On average, dog people have 26 more Facebook friends than cat people. Like their extroverted pets, dog people make more connections online. On the other hand, cat people get invited to more events, so they’re putting their friendships to good use!

For more outcomes from the study, such as whether dog or cat owners are more likely to be single, visit: http://bit.ly/2byibts

(1st paragraph above borrowed from Facebook.)

2 Responses to "Study shows dog and cat people actually are different"

  1. Recca  September 28, 2016 at 10:29 pm

    How about if a person owns both cats and dogs and equally loves them. I mean I own a dog and a cat. I buy them virtually the same things like beds and accessories that they might require. I guess the few of us who owns both are a special breed 😉

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    • admin  October 7, 2016 at 3:06 pm

      Ha good point! I didn’t think of that. We love cats too!!

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