If there's one thing that the internet and the rise of youtube has taught us, it's that everyone loves cats.
Some people love cats a little too much. But, in England, who loves cats the most?
It turns out, west Londoners think an awful lot of their feline friends, according to cat microchipping data from Petlog.
In fact, London is swarming with cats. Parts of the capital have the country's greatest density of cats per square mile with south-west London topping the charts at 803 cats per square mile.
West London came in at fifth with 526 cats per square mile and, in Twickenham, there are 298 cats per square mile.
Click on the map below to see where the most cat crazy regions are in the country:
The figures also showed what breeds of cats are most popular in what areas.
More than 93% of west London's cats do not have a pedigree and pure-bred cats are much more popular further into central London.
According to the data, one in five cats in central west London will have a pedigree, with Bengals being the most popular breed in this area, followed by Persians.
It has been suggested that a lack of neutering is a cause of the unusually high number of moggies in west London, and that not all of them can find homes.
Trustee of Hounslow Animal Welfare Society (HAWS), Carol Atkinson, said: "We very rarely get pedigrees, 99% of what we take in are just domestic cats.
"It is a lack of neutering that leads to more and more kittens being born.
"Many people don't think they can afford to get their cat neutered, but there is a scheme which can help."
When asked if pure bred cats are any different to moggies, she said: "A cat's a cat at the end of the day. They have all got different personalities and temperaments. You should choose your cat on it's temperament."
Ms Atkinson also suggested that pedigree cats have more inherent health problems due to inbreeding and that there is a higher likelihood that these desirable and expensive breeds might be stolen.
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