Millennials Consider Pets Family, Reflected in Financial Attention

A new survey of 1,519 millennials showed that 72% own pets, 67% of whom consider these pets a part of their family. The survey found that, while both canines and felines are showered with financial affection, dogs tend to get a little more financial love than cats. On average, dog owners spend $1,285 a year on their pet, while cat owners spend $915 a year.

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