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Survey finds almost 30 per cent of people plan to spend Valentine’s Day with their pets

Survey finds almost 30 per cent of people plan to spend Valentine’s Day with their pets

If you don’t have a significant other to celebrate Valentine’s Day with, fear not - it’s fast becoming socially acceptable to spend the day with our furry friends.

Survey finds almost 30 per cent of people plan to spend Valentine’s Day with their pets

According to a survey of 2000 people in the US, 28 per cent of participants said they plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day by spending time with their pet.

Fur babies are also likely to receive the lion’s share of gifts on the day, with 29.5 per cent of men and 31.76 per cent of women surveyed saying they plan to spoil their pet on 14 February.

For those who are set to receive gifts from a loved one, 34.7 per cent of people said they would like their present to be something their pet can enjoy too.

Possibly to ensure their animals aren’t lonely on the romantic observance, 33 per cent of participants said they are considering calling in sick on the day.

The study, conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with online retailer Zulily, looked at various Valentine’s Day habits and behaviours.

It revealed more than four in five Americans feel genuinely excited about the celebration, even more so than Christmas!

 

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