The Supply And Demand Of Internet Dogs And Cats

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Buzzfeed presents evidence that people Google and Tweet more about dogs than cats. Of course, this doesn't take into account the strong possibility that people are Googling "cures for doggie breath" and Tweeting "dog ate my favorite shoes."

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As you can see, cat supply far exceeds cat demand online. Will the market respond? Probably not.

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I love dogs. I am not a cat person. Due to a problem with rats in my building and the landlord's refusal to do anything about it, however, I'm thinking of getting a cat. Does this make me a bad person? Adopting a living creature as a sort of household necessity? We will treat it well, give it a good home, and get it out of the shelter. We just won't love it. Probably won't name it, to be honest. "Felinius Catticus" will be the closest thing to a name it will get. Best case scenario is to find a mangy old tom catty barn hunter who doesn't like people. He can do his thing, we can do ours. It's like a working partnership.