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These aloof creatures may be onto something after all. Researchers at the University of South Australia in Adelaide describe a new phenomenon that may make dog owners foam at the mouth; . The scientists claim that unlike cats, dogs have become overly domesticated and dependent on humans and, therefore, can't think or care for themselves. As a result, while excelling at social tasks, these pampered pets have lost other important problem-solving skills and would have difficulty surviving in the wild, the researchers claim.
Nearly half of those who took the survey call themselves dog people. Just 12% say they are cat people. How many people love both cats and dogs? A little more than a quarter of the group. Overall, pet lovers rule the nation. Just 15% of people said they don't like cats or dogs.
The Truth About Cats and Dogs from The University of Edinburgh
Friends of Cats and Dogs Foundation
Welcome to Sam’s Cats and Dogs website! Located to the left is our navigation bar of topics and links. It includes links to all the food websites we retail, local pet professionals (veterinarians, trainers, kennels etc.), and other articles that might peak your interest. Thanks again for your interest in us and our mission to make the bond between pet and guardian strong, vibrant, healthy, and as happy as possible.We currently have more than 300 cats (we also have dogs and puppies that we have rescued) available for adoption. Good forever homes are urgently needed so that we can continue rescuing friendly, stray cats who otherwise may not survive on the streets or on "death row" at shelters. During the winter months, the plight of abandoned, domesticated cats becomes an even more life-or-death situation.Sam’s Cats and Dogs, Naturally strives to be the premier presence of pet information and products in the Sky Valley and beyond. Our goal with every pet guardian that shops at our store is that they have a better relationship with their pet because of our support and service. If it doesn’t keep your pet happy and healthy, we won’t sell it!“We did one study on cats—and that was enough!” Those words effectively ended my quest to understand the feline mind. I was a few months into writing , which explores how pets are blurring the line between animal and person, and I was gearing up for a chapter on pet intelligence. I knew a lot had been written about dogs, and I assumed there must be at least a handful of studies on cats. But after weeks of scouring the scientific world for someone—anyone—who studied how cats think, all I was left with was this statement, laughed over the phone to me by one of the world’s top animal cognition experts, a Hungarian scientist named .