Do dogs have a larger carbon footprint than cats?



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    The term carbon footprint is usually used to describe human impact on the environment.  This impact is broken up into two parts; primary footprint and secondary footprint. Primary carbon footprint is described as the “direct emissions of carbon dioxide” through burning of fossil fuels and other “domestic energy consumption.” Secondary carbon footprint is the amount of indirect carbon dioxide emission from the life cycle of products we use.  Meaning the amount of carbon dioxide that will be released from manufacture through decay of the product.  therefore, neither dogs nor cats fall into either of these categories. 

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