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According to Hal Herzog, professor of psychology at Western Carolina University and author of the upcoming Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat: Why It Is So Hard to Think Straight About Animals:
People tend to gravitate toward the animals they were raised with. Cat owners tend to be raised in cat families, and dog owners tend to be raised in dog families. In fact, one study found the animal you like is the one your grandparents lived with.
Do the pets you own now correspond with those you had as a child? And if you know the pets your grandparents had, share that in the comments below!
Don't tell Hasani, but a new gorilla has stolen my heart, 'cause look at that expression. I like to imagine the lil one's singing or perhaps doing the simian slogan for "say cheese" — you know, "say bananas."Born on Jan. 5 to mama N'Yaounda at the Budapest Zoo, the keepers don't yet know if the tiny babe — just over three pounds — is a boy or a girl. Any bets?
See more pictures of the bundle of cuteness when you read more
This is a new thing for Reuben: Rolling on the floor after a bath. In his whole year of life, never have I seen him do this. Recently Reuben got an ear infection from "snow diving," so could that have something to do with it? I'm not sure, but it's hilarious! Do any of your dogs do this?
The assertion of "I'm a dog person" or "I'm a cat person" comes up between friends and strangers alike, as the common descriptor loaded with implications causes many — even non-pet owners — to identify as one or the other. In a quest to get to the bottom of this, a recent study went so far as to poll about 4,500 people to measure their personality inclinations in five areas: openness, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism.
Since previous research showed these five dimensions to encompass most personality traits, participants answered questions and also indicated whether they consider themselves cat people, dog people, both, or neither. Interestingly, the personality findings did not have anything to do with their actual pets but did have to do with their original assertions. See the results when you read more
If your wallet's bursting at the seams, have I got a cure for you! These pet beds are some of the priciest I've ever seen. You'll be surprised by the final figures — I guarantee it or your money back. Ha.