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Are You A Cat Person or Dog Person?

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The American Veterinary Medical Association has released research that suggests there are some true differences between cat and dog owners. Some factors included in the research involve marital status, economic standing and eduction. "Our surveys show that single people are more attracted to cat ownership, while dog owners are married with children," said James Flanigan, head of marketing at the AVMA. "While the demographic information is interesting, some of it is concerning, too...cat owners are much less likely to seek veterinary care for their animals, they spend less, and this divide seems to be growing," he said. Click here for the full story.


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