Dog owners or cat owners, who are happier? ‘That’s the issue’ in the animal lovers circle! Numerous studies have aimed to study this issue, it seems that the University of Chicago has given a definite answer:
Dog owners seem to be “happier” than people who own cats.
The General Social Survey (GSS), which was run by a social research organization NORC at the University of Chicago, found that 36 percent of dog owners reported being “very happy,” compared to just 18 percent of cat owners. BUT the study that will probably make people who prefer cats over dogs feel good is that they are probably smarter.
“It makes sense for a dog-loving person to spend most of the day outside while walking while the cat has to stay home reading at home, or research different things online.” Cats have 300 million neurons, while dogs have approximately half of them. This has nothing to do with animal owners but has been mentioned in the scientific conference.
Of course, researchers have not left it at that, but have analyzed the factors and reasons that support the aforementioned theory: WHY ARE THE LIGHTS OF DOGS MOST IMPORTANT
Dogs form a unique bond with God and everything seems to revolve around him. The dog not only understands a lot of the information it receives from the owner but reacts in ways that satisfy it. The opposite happens with the cat.
Cats listen and understand what you are saying. The bad news is that she won’t know it at all.
According to researchers, although cats distinguish the owner’s voice, they do not react to their behavior if the owners call them outside their visual appearance. However, even if you liked this article or not, it is important to know that people with pets are happier and less stressed than those who have no pets! THE INDEPENDENT