With over 500,000 cats and dogs registered in India, the country is in need of better housing and care, according to the Hindu.
And the cats and dog breeds that are being adopted are getting better.
The country’s cat and dog population is rising rapidly, with more than 400,000 dogs registered with the government last year.
As a result, the number of cats has increased from the 1.6 million registered in 2009 to 2.1 million today.
But there are still a few breeds that need more time.
Many of the breeds that get the most attention in the media, like the Himalayan greyhound, the black and tan macaw and the greyhound crossbreeds, are considered to be the most dangerous in the country, due to their high risk of aggressive behaviour.
“There are only a handful of breeds in India that can cause an increase in aggression in dogs,” says Amit Chandra, the founder of The Himalayan Cat Rescue Foundation, an animal shelter in New Delhi.
“We have a few cats that have killed people.
They’re not dangerous dogs.”
Cats are known for being territorial, with males attacking females and chasing other animals.
While the breed’s aggressive tendencies have been recognized for decades, the most recent study suggests the breed is more dangerous now than it has ever been.
According to a study by a team of scientists, Bengal tiger dogs were found to be three times more likely to kill humans than other breeds, as well as other animals such as wolves and hyenas.
The study, which involved researchers from India’s National Institute of Animal Welfare and Medical Sciences (NIAWMS), concluded that Bengal tigers are more aggressive than other tigers, and have a higher risk of killing humans.
According the study, the Bengal tiger is the most aggressive breed in the world, with a high aggression level.
“The Bengal tiger breeds have always been dangerous, but it’s only a matter of time before they start to cause an outbreak,” Chandra told The Hindu.