Do You Live in a Dog State or a Cat State?
in AVMA / Barks and Blooms / BuzzFeed / cat / cat state / dog / dog state by Sandy Kempton June 13, 2013
Illustrated here is the difference between the percentage of households that own dogs and the percentage that own cats. Orange colors indicate a higher percentage of dog owners while blue colors indicate a higher percentage of cat owners.
In Maryland, it looks like we’re leaning more towards the Meows than the Woofs, which makes us in line with the top five cat-lovin’ states of Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut.
The top dog states are Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, and Arizona.
So, which are you? A Meow or a Woof?
well…this is strange…I am in a “nothing” state? My state is WHITE. So what does THAT mean?
Wondering how accurate this is because most of the country is WHITE lol.
Hi Caren! I don’t know!? Maybe there are more cows and horses in those states? 🙂
Illustrated here is the difference between the percentage of households that own dogs and the percentage that own cats. pet website