Dog Owners Are Least Likely to Cheat
Maybe having a loyal pet turns you into a loyal person? According to a new survey, that may be true.
According to a new survey, people who own DOGS are less likely to cheat on their significant others than people who own any other pets. People with cats, fish, hamsters, and snakes are the most likely to cheat.
Christian Grant explains, "A dog's qualities are usually reflected in their owner, and loyalty, unconditional love, friendship and a sense of protectiveness are qualities that everyone associates with canines, regardless of their size, breed or gender.
By the same token, a cat's loyalty is a little more unclear. Often lazy, they've been known to drift to whomever is offering them more food, so it's of little surprise to see that lack of loyalty reflected in our study."
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