If you happen to have both  a cat and a dog as your pets than you must have wondered many a times about who loves you more , the cat or the dog?
Thanks to a new study done by Dr. Paul Zak we have finally an answer to this query. Canines are proven to love us Homo sapiens five times more than their feline counterparts.
But unlike commands we make our pets learn to obey like “stay,” “sit” and “beg,” this result is not that simple. Much like a cat itself, it’s way more complex.
Zak took blood samples from 10 cats and 10 dogs before and after they played with their humans. He tested each animal twice and checked the samples for their level of oxytocin. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
“Oxytocin is an attachment neurochemical. It’s a chemical we produce in our brain when we care about someone. It’s what mammals release to bond with their young ones. We humans produce oxytocin whenever we have a positive experience, and the amount we produce is contingent on how stressful our situations are when we have that positive interaction.
Generally we produce 15 to 25 percent oxytocin when we have a pleasant interaction with a stranger, 25 to 50 percent when we’re engaging with someone we know and if we release 50 percent or more, it’s in response to someone we really love like a child or the spouse.
During Zak’s experiment dogs on average produced 57.2 percent oxytocin.
Hence it proves that your dog really loves you a lot. Amazingly the oxytocin they produce is for another species, not their own. This something remarkable. Our vlog dogs’ brains are telling them that they love us.
Whereas cats only produce 12 percent oxytocin and only 50 percent of the cats tested produced any oxytocin at all.
But if you’re a cat person, don’t get disheartened.  Zak points out that cats are less social than dogs and are extremely territorial. Zak’s lab, where the experiments were conducted, was a sterile and unfamiliar place for the cats, creating a more stressful situation for the cats than the dogs.