Saturday is National Pet Day

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Tomorrow, April 11th, is National Pet Day...I'm not really busy with Real Estate at the present time here in Pennsylvania so here's some fun stuff I came across.

Stay safe and well everyone




Here are some fun facts about America’s most popular pets:

-        Cats spend 15-20% of their time grooming

-        A dog’s nose print is unique, much like a person’s fingerprint

-        A young, healthy cat can jump about six times their length or about 8 feet in a single bound

-        According to scientists, a dog’s sense of smell is anywhere from 10,000 to 100,000 times greater than a human’s

-        Cats have over 100 vocal sounds, while dogs only have about 10

-        By using their swiveling ears, experiments have shown that dogs can locate the source of a sound in 6/100ths of a second

-        Cats have better memories than dogs, especially when learning by doing rather than seeing

-        The dog was one of the first animals domesticated by humans, over 10,000 years ago

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Bob Crane
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Hi Ernie,  Thanks for the information about National Pet Day.   Some very interesting facts.  

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