The big difference between ‘cat people’ and ‘dog people’

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“Cat people” and “dog people” have more differences than just their pet preference, according to a new study reported by The Huffington Post.

“Cat people” tend to be more introverted, more open-minded and more sensitive.

“Dog people” in the study tended to be more energetic and outgoing, and also followed rules more closely.

The study also found “cat people” may be more intelligent because of the kind of environments they prefer.

Six hundred college students were surveyed.

About 60 percent identified themselves as “dog people.”  Eleven percent called themselves “cat people.”

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