– Furthermore, cat people tend to stand for what they think – no matter what the environment says, which may indicate that they are more independent. The survey also reveals that those who like cats, in general, have a higher intelligence and are more educated. They have a greater chance of completing university studies, says Steve McKeown.
The study states that cats are usually more independent than dogs, which can be a major factor to cat owners having more time available for other things – like studying and working.
The question is now what happens if you love both cats and dogs? The study doesn’t cover it, but you can think that you have both social skills and high intelligence! Jokes aside – This study, of course, has to be taken with a grain of salt. There is clearly no definite truth.
At the same time, I think it’s fascinating and exciting to reach these kinds of conclusions – and in any case, I think this was really fun to know!
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