Dec 9th 2010 By Jeremy Taylor
Our happy hour fact to amaze your drinking buddies with.
More dogs than cats will be getting a present this Christmas.
A survey of 1,000 pet owners by AP-Petside.com
has found that 53 percent plan on buying their furry friend a gift this holiday season. Among dog owners, that percentage is 56, whereas it is only 48 percent for cat owners.
Women are slightly more likely to buy their pet a gift than men, and the percentage of folks buying presents for their animals has increased from 43 percent in 2008, despite the bad economy.
We can't even imagine the hurt on the adorable little faces of the 47 percent of pets who won't be getting anything under the tree
this year. Some people are monsters.