|Gertie resting on a Home Depot drop cloth, at 9.99 cheap and washable|
Anyway, I started checking to see if this unremarkable man was in the least be correct. To my surprise he was remarkably wrong. I don't know why this Bozo thought he could pull numbers out of his ass like that, doesn't he know people 'fact check?' The number of pet owners in the United States is growing, and when queried about whether the economy effected their decision to get a dog or cat, their answer was 'no." Thanks to my bit of timely investigation I also know that dog owners outnumber cat owners by about 10 million and that about 28% of dog owners have two. I own a Boxer and a 19 year old cat named Max. I did not see a statistic on the number of Americans who own one of each. What else did I find out? The average Vet cost per year for a dog as $212 so I'm getting away kind of cheap. A side note on my dog and cat: I told the Boxer that when the 19 year old cat dies we'll get another puppy. As a result, a day doesn't pass without her whispering to the cat "die, cat, die."