On Christmas not only people receive gifts. Even many pets enjoy the Christmas atmosphere. In a survey by Yougov, of nearly 1,500 pet owners, more than half say that they give their pet a Christmas present.
The most common "animal present" is some extra fine animal food (42 percent), but many pets also get a toy (32 percent). However, only four percent of the pet owners choose to give their animals clothing.
At the same time, the survey shows that it is more common for women to pamper their animals with a Christmas present than men - 13 percent more women than men plan to give their pets something extra for Christmas.
Do you plan to give your pet a present for Christmas?
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