What is the total dog and cat population in the world?
This questions can't be answered because there are so many abandoned dogs and cats. This is why the ASPCA and other dog shelters are frantically trying to find homes for some of these poor little souls. Since many dogs are 'street smart' and cats hide out in alleys, under wood piles, etc., no one can get a bead on the true stats.
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as of may 2009, there are 900 million hindus in the world. thismakes it the third largest religion when compared to 2.1 billionchristians and 1.5 billion Muslims. percentage wise, 33% peoplepractice Christianity as opposed to 21% following Islam and 14%following Hinduism. it is interesting to note a…t this stage that,there are 16% of people across the globe who describe themselves asnon-religious, although half of these would claim to be theisticbut with no religious affiliation. (MORE)
Today, most Buddhists are birth certificate Buddhists. There are estimated 1.6 billion of this kind of Buddhists. The estimates range between 330 million and just over 1 billion.
This question if difficult to answer because there are many straycats and dogs which are not able to be counted. However, countingdomestic animals, there are about 400 million dogs in the world,compared to 220 million cats.
According to Wiki Answers if you add up the individual continents it is approximately 6588 million.
It is estimated that the number of cats in the world is 500million. Dogs outrank cats a bit with an estimated population of525 million.
As of 2013 the population was about 7.125 billion people. At the end of 2014 the world population is estimated to be about 7.211 billion people.
They are two completely different species, and one has only to look at the two to see the hundreds of differences.
There are about 300 million int he world -- or roughly the population (of people) in the United States. For estimates of pet dog populations by country, see the related link below.
There is about 190 million in just 12 coutries (USA, China, Russia, Brazil, France, Italy, UK, Ukraine, Japan and Germany) I can't find the population of cats in the world.
Well no one can really answer that question but I would say that there is definitely more dogs in the world. I u have further questions email me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Around 600 million cats. Yep. That's a lot. (Talking about smallhouse cats not like lions, tigers, etc.)
If you mean the beagle puppy it is lou.. If you mean the dog that ran away at the begining its Buddy.
No, it can't. Cats and dogs are different species, it can't be changed into a canine.
Well, it depends. How am I supposed to know if u want a dog or cat? But, I have a dog and 2 cats so I suggest that, um, maybe u get both? I don't know what to say. :)
10.6 crores (9.6 crores in India + 1 Crore in Malaysia, Singapore, SL, UK, SA, USA) 7 Crores in TN, 0.9 Crore in Bangalore/Mysore/Kolar, 0.8 crore in tirupathi,chithoor,kalahasthi/ 0.5 Crore in Pondicherry Andaman/Mumbai/Delhi, 0.5 cr in Malaysia/singapore, 0.3 Crore munnar/idukki/thiruvanantha…puram, 0.3 Crore in srilanka, 0.1 Crore in Canada, 0.1 Crore in London 10 lakhs in Southafrica and other british colonies 5 Lakhs in USA) (MORE)
The answer is 20 if you add all the legs up.. 2 ducks = 4 legs. 2 dogs = 8 legs. 2 cats = 8 legs. 4+8+8=20
two ducks = 4 two dogs = 8 two cats = 8 8+8+4 = 20
Yeah. Quite a lot of the population of the planet is non-christian. Get over yourself people. Ure not the only religion out there.
The Okapi is native to the Ituri Rainforest, located in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in central http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Were_do_okapi_come_from&altQ=Where_is_the_Okapi_found&isLookUp=1# . .
A cat and a dog are mammals and they are animals. These creatures are also common household pets and hate each others guts.
Cats because there are cats, lions, tigers, leopards, cheaters. For dogs thereare dogs, foxes, wolves. There are more cats in the world.
No. Dogs and cats are all carnivores with similar body structures,and tend to be apex predators. But few dogs resemble cats or viceversa, and their suborders have substantial biological differences.
No. There is a cartoon called "Cat-Dog". But, there is no cat-cat or cat-dog in reality.
If it has four legs and fur, it could be either. If it purrs and meows, it is a cat. If it barks, it is a dog.. In a little bit more detail:. Animals of the dog family ( Canidae ) are found on every continent except Antarctica, and inhabit a wide range of different habitats. They vary in size fr…om the Fennec Fox at 24 cm long, to the Gray Wolf, which may be up to 2 m long, and can weigh up to 80 kg. With the exceptions of the Bush Dog and Raccoon Dog, canids have relatively long legs and lithe bodies, adapted for chasing prey. All canids are digitigrade, meaning that they walk on their toes. They possess bushy tails, non-retractile claws, and a dewclaw on the front feet.. Animals of the cat family ( Felidae ) are purely carinovorous animals, subsisting almost entirely on other vertebrates. Aside from the Lion, they are solitary. Feral domestic cats do, however, form feral cat colonies. They are generally secretive animals, are often nocturnal, and live in relatively inaccessible habitats. Around three-quarters of cat species live in forested terrain, and they are generally agile climbers. However, felids may be found in almost any environment. Wild felids are native to every continent except Australia and Antarctica. The various species of felid vary greatly in size. One of the smallest is the Black-footed Cat at between 35-40 cm in length, while the largest is the Siberian Tiger. Compared with many other mammals, they have relatively short faces, and good binocular vision. The fur of felids takes many different forms, being much thicker in those species that live in cold environments, such as the Snow Leopard. The colour of felids is also highly variable - although brown to golden fur is common in most species - often marked with distinctive spots, stripes, or rosettes. Many felid species also have a "tear stripe," a black stripe running from the corner of each eye down the side of the muzzle. The tongue of felids is covered with horny papillae, which help to rasp meat from their prey. Almost all felids have fully retractable claws(one exception is the Cheetah). Cats have five toes on their forefeet and four on their hindfeet, reflecting their reliance on gripping and holding down their prey with their claws. (MORE)
If you mean 'running legs', the answer is 14 If you just mean 'all legs', the answer is 16 This is because the wings of a bird are actually transformed legs...
The population of the world exceeds 7 billion people and is still climbing. An estimate of the population presently can be found at the link below. .
Yes, but you will need to train the dog ________________________________ Yes. Of course, it depends both on the cat and the dog. The cartoon images of cats and dogs constantly fighting have a sliver of truth; both animals need to learn to adapt to the other. When I was young, I had both a calico …cat and a collie dog. I especially recall an incident one Nebraska winter. The dog was curled up asleep near the kitchen, when the cat came running through the house, scrabbling as she slid across the tile floor, and took an enormous leap - right onto the dog. The dog raised her head and looked around while the cat kneaded at the dog's hip, turned around and then curled up - ON the dog. A moment later they were both asleep; dog on the floor, cat on the dog. I suppose the cat figured that the dog was the warmest place in the house! (MORE)
yes you can get them but you will have to put the kitten or cat in a cage or something and let the dog sniff it then take the cat out and put the dog on the lead but make sure you get them to know each other gradually.
Due to feral cat populations throughout the world, it is hard toknow the exact number of cats living in the world today. In the UKalone, there are more than 12 million cats being kept as pets. Thecat population is slightly smaller than the dog population whichcurrently sits at between 900 million an…d 1 billion dogs. (MORE)
NO, of course they cant have sex, l mean they are two different species come on!
A cat's opinion about a dog is likely similar to a dog's opinion of a cat. Luckily for humans, some cats and dogs not only like each other, but even seem to form a loving bond. Now, in my opinion, "Cats Rule; Dogs Drool" says it all.
As of 2010, 2.5%, or one fortieth (just over 170 million, out of around 6.85 billion).
A cat and a dog is for keeping you company so you don't get too lonely.
There are about 14 million Jews in the world; seven million in the Americas, five million in Asia (Israel), two million in Europe and 100,000 in Africa. Out of 6,804,200,000 that's .2%
a dog cat is a dog and a cat, that has a dog tail, and a cat head and 2 cat feet and 2 dog paws and one pointy ear and one not pointy ear, they eat cat and dog foood mixed together they dont drink water, they eat people and they eat men only. hahahahhahah kidding not hah no im seriouisee
no a cat is a cat, and a dog is a dog. he hehhehhe, well they are i do not like animals so beat it punk! i love animals putos>:D
There is no way to be certain. It may exceed 6 billion (the approximate number of humans) or it may be one magnitude of order higher or lower.
No - there are no real animals or creatures in Neopia. All of the creatures you'll encounter are, well, Neopian!
Mexico had 112.34 million inhabitants during 2010, accounting for approximately 1.62% of the world's population.
The most current estimate I can find (as of July 1st 2011) is 6.97 billion This estimate is according to the United States Census Bureau.
There's probably a lot of different opinions to this question, I myself say cats, being a cat lover ;), but others would say dogs, some would say fish, birds, or horses, so there isn't really a right answer to this question. What do you think the world likes best? Which animal do you like best?
The answer is evolution . Cats and dogs would have shared a common ancestor some time in the distant past. The ancestors would have migrated to different geographical locations and would have adapted their bodies to their respective environments. Note than evolution is not something that happens ov…ernight.It takes a very long time(1000s or more) and only the fittest survive. That is why a cat is a cat and not a dog. (MORE)
What the dog will do depends on the individual dog. Some might tryto initiate play, some might just be curious and want to check thecat out, while others may want to attack the cat in an aggressivemanner.
the us has a lot of catts. key west florida particularly has a large catt population.
It is near impossible to know how many tabby cats there are in the world. The Tabby pattern is the most common pattern, particuarly on mixed breed cats, or cats that are no particular breed (often called Domestic Shorthair/Longhair or Moggies). The Tabby pattern can also be found in several pedigree… breeds. (MORE)
no cats are not dogs because they are different animals. That is correct; cats and dogs are both members of the meat-eating animals, the Carnivora. But not all Carnivora are dogs or wolves. Some are cats, some are bears, some are weasels, some are seals, some are hyenas, and so on.
The world is not necessarily overpopulated with cats but there are a lot of dogs and cats out there. That is why people always advise to have pets spayed and neutered.
This is because dogs bark and cats meows - On the other hand. It is all in the history of language development and classification of species when man became advanced enough. It does not matter really. If we managed to go back in time to the source of Cat-name before it became "popular", then I a…m sure we could tell the people that its name was "Elephant" due to its tale and predatory behaviour. Names does not really matter. It is our interpretation and understanding of the names that matter. A good example of this is all the different languages in the world. Why is a donkey "esel" in Norwegian. And why does the word "nail" in English have so many different interpretations. It is all because we are advanced enough to define and learn. We make new words, we evolve. (MORE)
If you're a legal adult, living on your own, read up on whatdifferent breeds require in terms of exercise and care, then Isuggest you go to an animal shelter and see if they have somethingfitting. If you're a kid, you'll have to convince your parents to step inand get them.