People who have both canines and cats seem to be very similar to individuals who have solely canines. In general a cat will cost you less than a canine to have as a pet.
The whole cats vs. dogs thing is kind of an outdated debate. All the dog lovers know the importance of dog collars, while cat owners not so much. Cat people are usually friends with other cat individuals and dog people with different dog folks.
An interesting study shows that most people who own solely a dog are comfortable having cats too, while most individuals who own only a cat are exclusively cat owners.
Dog people tend to need to spend a lot of money on dog food, if you have a dog at your home – compared to that the price of cat food may be very reasonable.
Dog people seem to be more active as dogs require lengthy walks while cats can just bum around at home. I suppose in that case cats are a better pet than their more energetic competitors because cats don’t have to be minded.
A few myths states that on average, dog owners have 26 extra Facebook buddies than cat folks and that cat people are smarter and more educated than dog owners. It may be true that cat owners are more introverted, quieter, intelligent and cleaner maybe? While dogs are more suited towards energetic outgoing people.