See Here: Your Cat Completely Rules Your Home, According To New Study

Good luck trying to tell a cat it can't do something.

As for dogs, 41 percent command bed space and 48 percent can get on the couch and other furniture, but they're more expensive than cats: 22 percent of dog owners spent more than $1,000 on their dog in toys and other items for the home in the past two years, versus 14 percent of cat owners.

So if you're thinking about getting a cat or a dog, know you'll probably spend a good chunk of change just getting your home ready. More than a third (35 percent) said they remodeled their home in preparation for their pet, whether they moved their furniture around, upgraded their flooring or re-landscaped their yard.

But don't let that discourage you. Ninety percent of the responders said having a pet around makes them happy.

Of course, none of this be that surprising to anyone who already lives with a cat (or many of them).

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