CAT PEOPLE VS. DOG PEOPLE: A GEOGRAPHICAL STUDY

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CAT PEOPLE VS. DOG PEOPLE: A GEOGRAPHICAL STUDY

A recent study of cat and dog populations was conducted with some interesting findings.  Generally speaking, if you live in the United States, the ratio of cats to dogs is higher in northern states.  Southern states, with the exception of Florida, tend to have more dogs per household than cats.

CAT vs. DOG PEOPLE in the U.S.

CAT vs. DOG PEOPLE in the U.S.

When it comes to global dog vs. cat people, there are more “cat people” in the U.S., Canada, Western Europe (excluding Spain and Portugal) and the Middle East.  “Dog people” tend to populate South America, Asia and Australia.

CAT vs. DOG PEOPLE GLOBALLY

CAT vs. DOG PEOPLE GLOBALLY

Do you live in one of the top ten Cat-Loving States? 

1. Massachusetts
2. Maryland
3. Maine
4. Vermont
5. Connecticut
6. District of Columbia
7. New Hampshire
8. Pennsylvania
9. New York
10. Ohio
To read the full article, check out the Washington Post…their maps are interactive, and you can see the actual pet populations of each state and each country.
2016-11-30T07:45:13-05:00July 30th, 2014|Categories: CAT NEWS|1 Comment

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  1. Admin-Lauren September 7, 2014 at 2:28 pm

    Wow! 17 cats! I hope they are spayed/neutered!!

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