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Love pets in a good way,the future can be expected

2022/03/04 14:27:05

  About two-thirds of American households own at least one pet, according to the American Pet Products Association, a trade group. According to the 2020 European Pet Industry Statistics Report released by the European Pet Food Industry Federation (FEDIAF): a total of 88 million households in Europe have at least one pet, accounting for about 38% of the total number of households, an increase of 300 compared to 2019. Ten thousand. According to the calculation method of 2.3 people per household in the EU, about 202 million people in Europe have pets. Cats are the most numerous pets in Europe, followed by dogs and birds: in terms of the number of pets, the total number of cats in Europe is about 110.148 million, while the number of pet cats in the EU is about 80.8 million. Compared with 2019, the number of pet cats increased by 3.72 million and 3.36 million respectively. The top three European countries for the number of pet cats are: Russia, Germany, and France.

  From the perspective of the percentage of pet households in the total number of households in each country, Romania and Poland are the most popular countries in Europe to keep pets, and the proportion of households with pet cats and dogs in both countries is 84%. In addition, 42% of households keep pet cats and dogs in Germany, 40% in France, 46% in the UK, 50% in Italy and 56% in Russia.

  "Cat slaves" and "shit shoveling officers" not only invest time and energy in pets, but also emotional sustenance and generous economic expenditures. Economic development, population structure and technological progress have jointly stimulated the rapid development of the pet economy. High traffic and considerable profits are the signs of the pet economy.

  According to Euromonitor International, the market size of the pet industry has grown by more than 66% over the past decade, while the global economy has grown by only 43%. Americans spent more than $52 billion on pets in 2019, up from $34 billion in 2009. Most of that goes to pet food, but more than $18 billion is still spent on pet supplies and accessories.