Study: Cat People Smarter Than Dog People

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Study: Cat People Smarter Than Dog People

According to a study that looked at traits in 600 college-aged pet owners, while dog owners tended to be more lively, cat owners were more likely to be “non-conformists” and scored higher on intelligence tests than their canine-loving counterparts. What do you think?

  • “That’s why those cat hoarders on TV always make such eloquent points.”

    James Pasternack
    Mapping Technician
  • “I shall raise my son with one dog and one cat and allow him to choose for himself between the life of the body and the life of the mind.”

    Paul Abadie
    Solar Photovoltaic Installer
  • “What about lizard people? What’s their deal?”

    Alexa Yates
    Information Clerk