Clever people are more likely to own cats, than dogs. Cat owners have a degree more than dog owners- reveals the study from University of Bristol.
The household members who work more hours have less time to spend for a dog. Cats-owners are more likely to be owned by those who have gardens, rural or semi-urban households, and the female under 65 years of age. The chances for them to have one or more dogs are also less.
The possibilities of dog ownership has increased, like the size of the household. The dogs' owners are less likely to be owned by households with highly educated people, with cats or small children.
Almost the people under 55 years of age and ladies are more attracted to dog ownership. They may also be interested in activities like rural location, gardening, etc. The studies show that there exists a difference in the level of education achieved by dogs' and cats' owners.