Cat-chelors is the most recent slang for bachelors going to their cats for emotional support. A recent study has revealed a number of single men own a pet cat. Furthermore, one out of every four cat owners state, they don’t feel the pressure of being single in the company of their cats.
More single men are turning to cats to take the pressure off finding a partner. They're called "cat-chelors." @Bentnews and @CarolynBruckTV aren't buying it. #WakeUpCLT https://t.co/Qrs1oWONoc pic.twitter.com/BG4QCVOcOx
— NBC Charlotte (@wcnc) August 1, 2019
Men claim their cats can counsel-
More than thirty percent of the single men who were surveyed shared the decision to get a cat has been the best one so far. About 29% of these men revealed, their furry friends are good to talk to. Also, the statistics revealed that 50% of men believe cats help them stay calm.
Meet 'Cat-chelors', men who believe cats take pressure off finding a partner https://t.co/FMo87mWIke
— The Purrington Post (@purringtonpost) August 5, 2019
Well, the statistics are crazy. But, a number of surveys have even revealed, ten percent of cat owners shared, their cats are the best listener they’ve ever had. In fact, they have felt counseled after spending time with their kitties.
Men have shared they have come out of the trauma of an extremely emotional breakup, only because of their pets.
Cats are single men’s best friend
A number of men shared their stories and revealed cats offer amazing emotional support as long as we take proper care of them. One out of every four men believes, due to their feline friends, they come across as a rather compassionate person.
A study into the rise of a new generation of male singletons dubbed ‘Cat-chelors’ – single men who feel content with the company of a feline – revealed a string of benefits… https://t.co/bmB5ylD6jL #catlover #pets #aww
— digitalhub (@DigiHubNews) July 30, 2019
In fact, one out of every six men confessed, owning a cat has unquestionably helped them in getting more dates. These men have been so obsessed with their cat, that one out of every four men have cut their dates short if their date wasn’t a cat-lover.
Has anyone else seen this interesting study (albeit carried out over a very short period) on the rise of 'cat-chelors’? 😺🐈 🐱
— WaveLength Charity (@WaveLengthHelp) August 2, 2019
The 34-year-old journalist at London, Basil Kronfli, confirmed himself as a cat-chelor. He shared people have always heard dogs are man’s best friends. But if one has a busy work schedule cats are much better pals for single men.
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A number of men revealed, having a cat made them more responsible. After all cat ownership requires quite a few commitments, evacuating the litter tray, feeding or bathing.
Despite the major commitment, nine out of every ten men believe they have a better quality of life living with cats.
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