We all know that men are from Mars and women from Venus, right?
Hunch has examined its users’ demographic data and found that dog and cat owners are as different as, well, cats and dogs.
Dog owners? 30 percent more likely to live in rural areas. Cat owners? 29 percent more likely to live in the city.
It makes sense – dogs need more space to run around, whereas most cats just want to lie in that spot where the sun is. No not that one, the other one. Right, THAT one. And it’s a lot easier to keep a cat in an apartment than a dog. Unless you have a Chihuahua or toy poodle. In which case, just get a cat.
Anyway, here’s a look at what Hunch found out about pets’ parents: