Dog people vs. cat people — is there really a difference?

A study out of the University of Texas confirms what many of us in the animal world have long observed: There are significant differences between “dog people” and “cat people.” According to assessments made by and about the participants themselves, dog people are more likely to be extroverted and conscientious while cat people are likely to be less social and more philosophical.

Does your personality fit the findings? Take our poll or post a comment telling us whether you consider yourself a dog person, cat person, or equal-opportunity pet lover…