People often argue and debate about the differences between dogs and cats, but what’s often overlooked is the differences between dog and cat owners. Mars PEtCare interviews 1,000 cat and dow owners and came up with the following conclusions.

Cat people fancy themselves more creative than dog people. However, dog owners tend to earn more money on average ($47,000 vs. $40,000) perhaps because dog owners twice as likely to work in the financial field and cat owners being nearly four times as likely to work in creative fields.

So if you want to make money, be a dog. If you want to be creative, be a cat. If you want to go broke and be bossed around forever, get a cat.

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