Study looks at personality of dog, cat people

01/14/2010 | CNN

Researchers surveyed 4,500 people about five personality traits and found that persons who identify themselves as "dog people" tend to have high sociability, while "cat people" tend to be more philosophical and nontraditional. AVMA data from 2007 show that about 37% of U.S. households have dogs and 32% have cats, but the cat population is higher than the dog population -- approximately 82 million and 72 million, respectively.

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