There are people who grow puppies or cats, or both, depending on their own tendencies and personality. However, it is noteworthy that there are interesting findings that there is a difference between the caregivers who grow them as well as the individuality of cats and dogs.
Dogs are smarter than cats, but researchers say that people who raise cats are more intelligent than those who raise dogs. Why did the pet's intelligence and master's results come out in reverse?
The higher the cat, the more educated?
Denise Guastello, an associate professor of psychology at Carroll University in the United States, cited a study of 600 college students and explained the nature of their caregivers.
Professor Stella and college professors claim that a person who raises a cat is more intelligent than a person who raises a puppy. It is likely that cat caregivers are more likely to have a relatively university degree and are more likely to score higher in intelligence tests. This is supported by the fact that more educated people tend to work longer hours in the workplace. This means that they prefer to raise cats that understand their lifestyle and personal environment. Also, those who prefer cats are relatively non-compliant and tend to follow what they believe, regardless of what other people think. This attitude is similar to the independent tendency of cats.
The study explains that people who raise puppies tend to be social and outgoing.
In animal preferences, the percentage of people who love dogs is about 60 percent, and that of cat-loving people is only about 11 percent. The remaining 29% were people who liked both cats and dogs, or who did not tend to favor one side.
The difference in preference for cats and puppies is an endless struggle for those who like and nurture both cats and puppies, but those who do not, the study says.
The preference of dogs and cats is the difference of propensity?
A survey conducted in 2013 found that personality traits can lead to stereotypes. For example, if a dog likes a dog, it is not necessarily active and active. Conversely, if you like cats, will be.
In the question about the preferred breed, 59% of the dog breeders chose the English bulldog and showed high popularity of the bulldog. However, the reason why I like bulldog was not because of its distinctive wrinkled face and flat nose. It was because of its noble yet comfortable personality. In the case of cats, intelligent and curious Siamese cats were popular.
Another survey conducted by Reader's Digest against more than 200,000 pet caregivers showed some interesting results. In the Beatles, a well-known pop group, most people who liked Paul Mccartney preferred dogs, and those who liked George Harrison preferred cats. In addition, people who prefer cats have been shown to be more aggressive in their tweeting activities, and the media has added credibility to the survey, adding that President Donald Trump, who enjoys tweets, does not grow dogs.
Animals also have different propensities.
John Shivik, a zoologist and researcher of the Federal Wildlife Institute, explained that animals, like humans, have different personalities. For example, wildlife such as coyotes can not predict their propensity. He said that the coyote is a bipolar animal, sometimes an aggressive predator, but cowardly.
Based on his research, Civic researchers emphasized that individuals within a single species can exhibit a wide range of personality and personality. For example, bluebirds can change their passive temperament even when they show aggressive temperament, and spiders live alone or in groups together. He emphasized that all animals are individual subjects and that the internal state and behavioral patterns of each animal are the main determinants of outcome. It then emphasized that the individual tendencies and diversity of these animals are the fundamental driving forces that can lead to successful survival on Earth.