Be honest: If you were given the chance to choose between hanging out with your friends or your pets, which would you prefer? While some would easily pick their human pals, it’s also true that there are those among us who’d much rather chill with their animals instead.
This is according to a recent research that said about 53% of pet owners said they enjoyed their pets’ company more than their human buddies. Moreover, 17% even confessed they love spending quality time with their animal better than their significant other.
The survey was conducted by Mercure Hotels, a dog-friendly chain of hotels. The results further tell us that about 79% of pet owners admitted to missing their pets during far travels while a quarter reported “feeling lost without their treasured pet by their side,” shared a Unilad article.
James Lys, General Manager of Mercure Stratford-upon-Avon, explained:
“Our pets are a huge part of our lives and can make our day-to-day lives richer than it would be without them.
“We have noticed a marked increase in guests who bring their pets, specifically their dogs, travelling with them to share in the experience.”
38% of those surveyed said that, at certain points, they’ve brought their pets along with them during trips. Meanwhile, 51% revealed their trips would have been better if they were allowed to bring their pets with them during travels.
Lys likewise said about their services:
“We take time to get to know our guests and understand their needs so we can try and deliver personal and meaningful experiences.
“Being able to bring your dog when you’re away makes all the difference to some of our guests, so that’s why Mercure hotels across the country now welcome dogs.
“We’ll create special menus and treats for guests’ dogs and our hotel teams have even been known to walk the dogs when their owners couldn’t.
“It’s important to our guests so it’s important to us.”
Floyd Mayweather Drops $5.3M On Jewelry During Beverly Hills Shopping Spree
The boxer spent all that cash in JUST ONE STORE!
How much did you spend on your last shopping spree? Floyd Mayweather certainly isn't one to pinch some pennies. The professional boxer recently dropped a shocking $5.3 million on a shopping trip in Beverly Hills, all in just one particular jewelry store.
Mayweather certainly isn't shy about his lavish lifestyle. A quick glimpse at the boxer's Instagram account features his amazing collection of fine jewelry. Nevertheless, fans were still amazed when Pretty Boy Floyd decided to purchase more jewelry at the Beverly Hills shop Peter Marco.
Mayweather shows off his new jewelry from Peter Marco.
Humans Descended From 2 Adults After Catastrophic Event, Scientists Claim
Could this be the real-life Adam and Eve?
Talk about a truly unexpected discovery. Scientists claim that humans are actually descended from two adults around 100,000 to 200,000 years ago. This possibly happened following a major catastrophic event that wiped out the rest of the species.
Researchers from the University of Basel in Switzerland conducted a study on the genetic 'barcodes' of five million animals including humans. Interestingly, they have come to the conclusion that people came from a single pair of beings. In addition to that, nine out of every 10 animal species have been found to come from a solitary pair as well.
The scientists found that human DNA lacks genetic diversity.
24 Exclusive Things From Japan That The Rest Of The World Needs To Adopt
#21 is definitely the future!
They say the Japanese are some of the nicest people you’d ever meet, and they also have the nicest things. Japan is known for a lot of unique and kawaii (cute) items. They also have incredible technology that tourists never fail to be in awe of the stratovolcanic archipelago, making Japan one of the most highly recommended places to visit when you’re traveling.
We all love purchasing souvenirs for our own personal collection or for gifting other people. However, Japan is making it hard for tourists to choose a souvenir since almost all of the items are just too good to pass. Here are 24 exclusive things from Japan that the rest of the world needs to adopt.
1. A compressed t-shirt.