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  • Gen Y see their pets as starter children
  • Gen Y see their pets as starter children
    Mike Tinnion (2016) ©
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Gen Y see their pets as starter children

Be it putting off marriage, hopping between different jobs, or waiting longer to buy a house, Gen Y are renowned for their reluctance to commit. Research has found that 44% of Gen Yers see their fur babies as a parenting test run for having kids in the future.

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