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“If you have that bad breakup, you can’t say to yourself – although it might feel like it at the time – only my dog is going to love me for the rest of my life, because that’s just not going to happen.You’re going to meet someone else.”All single pet owners the “Us as humans, we want companionship. Owning a pet is like your partner, your companion,” says Jeff Ro, a single 25-year-old Torontonian who adopted his cat, Whiskey, four years ago.For many people focused on building their careers like Mr.Petrone, 25, pets are becoming replacement girlfriends and boyfriends, and the proof is in the statistics. There’s never anything that’s really negative with her.”Mr.
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“You can go out and for a couple of hundred bucks you can buy yourself [a pet and] some affection.
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“That’s kind of a positive sign, that we’re opening ourselves up to these other kinds of relationships with other beings and not just humans.”Mr.
Sorensen says while society in general has “anxiety” about people having “misplaced affection” for animals, he’s never met anyone who sacrificed human contact for pets exclusively.“I don’t think it’s a case that one necessarily excludes the other,” he says.Nancy Jelenic, owner of Barking Babies, a high-end dog boutique in Vancouver, says 10-20% of her clients are young singles, mainly women or gay men who work in business or real estate.