Earlier this week, a study found people feel more compassion and empathy when they see a DOG in pain than when they see a person in pain. And another study just pushed that question even further.
It asked people what they would do if they saw a bus speeding down the street, out of control, and it was either going to hit their DOG or a FOREIGN TOURIST. Who would they push out of the way?
And 40% of people said they'd save their DOG, and watch the foreigner DIE.
WOMEN were actually more likely than men to say they'd save their dog. 46% of women would choose their dog's life over a stranger's.
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