* with apologies to Sojourners
The folks over at Dogster pointed out this fun infographic looking at the political and cultural differences between “cat people” and “dog people.” Hunch.com tracked the choices of people with cats and people with dogs to come up with the data. It’s very cute.
But it also shows how misleading statistics can be. According to this infographic, I am either a “cat person” or a conservative, suburban Republican. And since I have no intention of trading Honey in for a feline model or moving to the suburbs and voting Republican (or Democratic, for that matter; they’re too conservative), I guess I won’t take it too seriously.
I love dog people. And I love cat people. Anyone who cares enough about other creatures to take them into their homes and love them is tops in my book.
And Now For Something Completely Different…
Thank you to Mel of No Dog About It for contributing to the March for the Animals Cause to support the Tompkins County SPCA. As one of the first no-kill shelters in the country, the Tompkins County SPCA has provided resources and help to shelters all over the country making changes.
And if 50 people can give as little as $5, I’ll meet my goal and the shelter will have funds to feed 10 animals for a month or spay/neuter 2 cats or dogs. Read more about it here or give directly today.
Already supporting animal causes in your neighborhood. Good for you! And thank you.
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