Once you are a pet owner, you are always a pet owner. There is no turning back from this vital decision of your life. The big question before getting a pet is whether you should get a cat or a dog? There have been several decisions that cats are better than dogs and vice-a-versa. But these discussions never come to an end.
A study suggests that cat owners live longer and are 30% less likely to have a heart attack. Now, it will be easier for you to decide if you want a cat or a dog. You won’t have to think much after this.
We all love our furry little companions. In the United States, there are more than 60% homes that have pets. Can you guess who is the most popular pet among the houses in the United States? It is none other than our furry adorable cats.
Cats have been living with humans for a very long time now. The furry ones have been along us since the dawn of civilisation. But they have not been specifically bred for domestication. In fact, cats are just little tigers who live with us. How amazing is this!
According to a study, cats are not only just good companions, but they are also good for our health. The Minnesota Stroke Institute conducted a study of 4,000 cat owners over ten years. It was found that around 30% cats owners were less likely to suffer a heart attack as compared to the ones who do not have these pawsome furry friends.
This is not just with cats. Dogs also have this effect on their owners. A study of the Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes observed that dog owners are 24% less likely to die from a disease and not just cardiovascular problems.
Our furry friends make us exercise regularly. They also give their hoomans a lot of reasons to smile which help them to stay calm and peaceful in general. Living with cats and dogs is good for the health of their hoomans.