Pandemic pets get gifts and cakes, but still misbehave – Forbes Advisor
KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER
- 78% of pet owners acquired pets during the pandemic.
- Young people (ages 18-25) are much more likely to own a variety of pets in addition to cats and dogs.
- The majority of pet owners have increased their spending on their pets to compensate for being further from home.
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