8 Benefits of owning a cat

 Cat owners will tell you that their feline companion is the greatest of the best pets on the planet. This is why while many people love the company of dogs, a cat is more of an acquired taste - one that is difficult to lose once gained.

Here are the top nine benefits of owning a cat:

Less Allergies

If you have children, we recommend getting a cat because It reduces their susceptibility to allergies. It is a proven fact that children who are exposed to cats are less prone to allergies.

Early pet exposure actually helps in strengthening the child's immune system. Your child will be strong not only against pet allergies but also against other allergies. Allergies to grass and dust mites are among them.

 You  Get More Exercise

Your cat needs walks too, but those walks are beneficial to your wellbeing as well—and cat owners should not rely on their walks to replace the exercise they would otherwise get. One of the advantages of having a pet is that people who own dogs exercise about half an hour more each week than those who don't.

Cats are intuitive

When you have a cat, you have a companion that will stick by your side when you are sick. Many cats have a special sense that alarms them when you're sick, and since they form close bonds with their owners, they'll come over to console you.

 A cat who knew when people of a nursing home were going to die was a clear example of this. The cat would hop onto the bed and lay with the dying person as death approached. 

A Pest-Free House

Don't be fooled by the fluff and fuzz; cats are natural predators. They maintain their hunter instinct while being domesticated and will keep mice out of your home.

 Not As Smelly As Dogs

Only think of the words "wet" and "dog" . You're well aware of the noxious odour I'm referring to, and you're also well aware that few things irritate the olfactory nerves as much as the smell of a wet dog. Cats never stink like that. Cats, unlike dogs, do not need to be groomed on a daily basis. 

A cat's tongue is barbed in such a way that it effectively extracts dirt and grime from fur. Cats wipe themselves clean and groom themselves well. You will need to purchase lesser grooming products yet will have much cleaner space and pet!

Cats Are Lucky Charmers

Every culture and country have its own lucky sign or tradition that they believe will bring them good luck. People all over the world see cats in a number of ways. Cats are thought to be lucky charmers in some way or the other. For example, having a black cat in your home will bring you luck and ensure that a person remains safe.

They Can Help You Find A Significant Other

Get a cat if you're a single guy who can't seem to find a date. According to a survey, 82% of women believe they are more attracted to men who like animals. Although owning a dog can improve your dating prospects, a whopping 90% of single women believe that men who own a cat are "nicer" than other men. 

When it comes to dating, mentioning that you have a cat on your profile can help you get more responses. But keep in mind that a cat is for life, not just before you find a partner.

You'll sleep better

People (especially women) tend to sleep with their cats rather than their partners. There are also physical advantages, such as the release of oxytocin in the brain while sleeping with your cat. 

When a person falls in love or is in the presence of their infant, this chemical is released. Theta brainwaves, which are linked to REM sleep, are boosted by the chemical. This means that sleeping with your pet would almost certainly result in you sleeping longer.

Moreover, if you are worried about parting with your beloved cat, DO NOT worry at all. Cats live relatively longer than dogs. While you're still likely to outlive a cat, their longer lives allow you to spend more time with them—up to 20 years in certain cases.


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