Cat owners have higher IQs than dog owners

dogcat_620x310Dog lovers might think cat owners often feel superior to them – and they might be barking up the right tree.

A study of 600 college students conducted by Carroll University in the United States found that respondents who preferred cats to dogs scored more highly on IQ tests. The research correlates with an earlier study conducted by Bristol University in the UK – showing that households in which someone was qualified to degree level were more likely to own cats and less likely to own dogs than other households.


Read more at New Zealand Herald

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