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Infographic Design: Are pets bad for the Environment?

Are pets bad for the Environment? This Infographic Design for the Less is More organization, illustrating some of the environmental impacts of pets.

Are pets bad for the Environment?
Are pets bad for the Environment?

We also created a taller version for sharing on Pinterest and other applications. Feel free to share and re-pin these graphics, to help spread the word that Less is More. Some of the pet facts that Less is More wanted us to illustrate in this graphic include:


HOME DAMAGE

Pets damage doors, door frames, and trim, chew shoes and other items, which means that they more quickly and often end up in the landfill.


LOADS OF MEAT

Dogs and cats eat about 25% of the total meat calories in the United States! American cats and dogs rank 5th in global meat consumption!


FURNACE + AC DAMAGE

Our pets’ shedding, dander and debris brought in from outside build up and clog HVAC filters and ventilation, causing them to work harder resulting in more frequent repairs and replacements.


WASTE + PLASTIC