Pet people dating
Other furry deal breakers arise when the pet in question isn’t that furry.
Among those non-pet people, 53% of them won't drink alcohol on a first date and 57% of them will marry someone without living with them first.Whereas cat lovers were a little bit more aloof in their relationships".The actual numbers show that dog lovers will spend more than twice as much money on a first date then will cat lovers.She notes that "a dog requires a lot of attention, but dog lovers also get affection from their dogs.It's immediate attention, it's gratifying, and it's fun." She summarizes her conclusions by saying "A person's relationship with their pet is kind of indicative of the company they like to keep.Because nothing is black and white (expect Boston terriers and Dalmatians) there are some things pet owners do that are seen as creepy to some but adorable to others, so make sure to show your Tinder date your dog’s personal Instagram account early.
As always, there is no “perfect” answer to what people want when searching for a partner. So keep cuddling with your cat and kissing your dog, because while humans can be fickle, animals always have love to give.
It suggests that dog owners prefer looking at their pets rather than at their partners, at least when it comes to screensavers and profile pictures.
The survey involved 1,407 dog owners and 86% of them reported that they used their pet as their screensaver rather than anything else in their life.
It was taken by a dating website, Match.com, and it involved 1,057 single Canadians who are currently using its online services.
According to psychotherapist Kimberly Moffit, who described the survey results for Match.com, whether you are a dog lover, cat lover, or do not own pets at all, has a significant effect on your dating behavior and your attitude toward interpersonal relationships.
The cat lovers seem to make less of an effort to sustain a relationship in other ways as well, for example they were less likely to call back after a date.