People are very lucky to have pets. They can make you feel better when you’re sad or tired from work. Everyone goes through it, but then you open the door and meet that little fur ball that just makes you feel happy and loved.
Animals are smarter than most people think. I also say that my dog and cat know when I’m happy or sad. At least, that’s how it seems to me.
They are also best friends and seem to understand and care about each other.
The question is, what does it say about you if you have a pet?
I’ll admit that I’ve never really thought about that, but I read earlier today that research shows that most people who like cats are very smart.
When choosing a pet, dogs and cats are the most common choices. But the question of which animal you like better is an old favorite.
Most people know how to answer that question. I’m one of the few people who don’t know. We have a dog and a cat at home, and I can’t decide which one I like better.
Unilad says that a recent study by researcher Denise Guastello shows the differences between people who like dogs and cats.
Steve McKeown, who started both the MindFixers group and the well-known McKeown Clinic as a psychoanalyst, says:
600 students took part in the study. It was found that people who like dogs are more outgoing and social, while people who like cats are more sensitive and accepting. It was also found that people who like cats are more nervous.
He goes on: “Also, cat people tend to stand up for what they believe in, no matter what the world says, which may mean they are more independent.”
The survey also shows that, in general, people who like cats are smarter and have more education.
Steve McKeown says that they have a better chance of finishing college. According to the study, cats are usually more independent than dogs. This can be a big reason why cat owners have more time to do other things, like study or work.
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