On the eve of World Homeless Animals Day, analysts at Avito’s famous site drew up the balance of the “Give free” column. It turned out that the Russians began to take out mongrel animals more often than before.
As it turned out, only in the second quarter of this year, 5.5 thousand dogs of "noble" origin and over 11.6 thousand of the same cats found owners for themselves on ads on the resource. Perm turned out to be the kindest city for dogs, and cats are most loved in Ulyanovsk.
Interestingly, the most popular cat breeds (British, Scots, Maine Coons and Sphinxes) Internet users began to buy less often compared to last year. But over this period, the love of Russians for mongrel cats increased by 8.7 percent and mongrel dogs by 16 percent.