Cat Owners Are More Intelligent Than Dog Owners, Study Finds
In a time of political polarity and extreme views, the world’s biggest rivalry, cat lovers versus dog lovers, has raised its cute, furry head again.
Are you a cat person or a dog person? It’s a question that has ruined thousands of first dates, sometimes even marriages.
Loyalty to the feline or canine tribe is like a religion you pass on to your kids. God forbid they lose or change their allegiance as they get older.
It divides us once more, as cat people score higher on the intelligence scale and are considered intellectually curious.
Psychoanalyst Steve McKeown, founder of MindFixers and owner of The McKeown Clinic, told UNILAD:
A study of 600 college students that was conducted Denise Guastello found that dog people maybe more social and outgoing and that cat people are far more sensitive and open-minded. It also noted cat owners were no more neurotic than dog owners.
Cat people tend be non-conformist, somebody who stands up for what they believe in despite what anyone thinks which in many ways and perhaps mirrors the independence for which cats are renowned. Cat people also score higher on intelligence tests and more educated!
Cat people are more likely to possess university degrees than dog owners. Educated people tend to work longer hours and opt for pets that compliment their personal circumstances and lifestyle.
US pet ownership statistics show that 36.5 per cent of households owned dogs compared to 30.4 per cent owning cats.
A couple, who will be chuffed with this news, hired a photographer to document the birth of their ‘new baby’ which was in fact… a cat.
Lucy Schultz and her boyfriend released photos showing the emotional journey they went through to ‘give birth’ to their newborn baby kitty.
Lucy posted the family photos to Facebook with the caption:
On 1/10/18 we welcome our first baby kitten, a neutered male DLH. He is 22″ long and weighed 6 pounds 7 oz.
He is already eating solid food. Name to be announced. We are so in love.
Cats are more free roaming, will graze on food without demolishing an entire bowl leaving itself without, they even take themselves to the toilet making them overall far more independent.
They will only give affection when is it deserved, it’s a very conditional relationship that is based on a certain amount of respect, whereas a dog will love its owner unconditionally no matter of what kind of environment its subjected to, even neglect. A cat will simply leave and find a new owner.
In addition to this news on cat lovers, new studies are also indicating that the once presumed idea that dogs were smarter than cats could be wrong as new research examining how long cats memories are and how rich the quality of their individual memories could be could are proving interesting.
So not only are cat owners more intelligent but cats maybe no longer be second to dogs when it comes to intelligence.
Not a great day for dog owners.
Source: unilad.co.uk Read more here!