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Keeping pets is a habit that goes way back into our hunter-gatherer past, and has played an important part in our evolution. Indeed, it is often assumed that pets are a Western affectation, a weird relic of the working animals kept by communities of the past. About half of the households in Britain alone include some kind of pet; roughly 10 million of those are dogs, while cats make up another 10 million. Pets cost time and money, and nowadays bring little in the way of material benefits. But during the financial crisis, spending on pets remained almost unaffected, which suggests that for most owners pets are not a luxury but an integral and deeply loved part of the family. Why is this the case?