I own a cat, and she absolutely hates getting her pictures taken.
Sometimes she will allow so many 'snaps' before hiding, other times she will do as I ask until I actually take the picture, then she will move last second.
In addition 45% said that they always use a picture of their pet in their social media profile.
90% of these dog owners admitted that they take more pictures of their pet than of their partners.
It has nothing to do with "being a cat lover", etc etc, it has to do with being responsible.
It seems as if we can't go for more than a month or two without somebody coming up with a new survey looking at the way that we feel about our dogs and the way we relate to them on a day-to-day basis.
It is also the case that we are always encountering surveys that compare dog lovers to cat lovers, although it is unusual to find a survey which suggests that our pet preference may reflect what kind of human lovers we are in general.
Turning to the differences between the dating behaviors of dog and cat lovers, Moffit says "What we found in this study is that dog lovers tended to date a little bit more like dogs, and cat lovers dated a little bit more like cats.
The dog lovers were a lot more willing to spend money on a first date and were a lot more willing to have a one night stand — so they were a little more eager and enthusiastic.
She is a bit territorial about us, and seems to act like an only child who doesn't want any other sibs, or anyone on the outside to know about her. And while yes this article deals with cats OR dogs, and there are people who love both (I do, we just cannot have dogs in our apt), people tend to have more of a tendency.