The Brazilian cat population increased at a faster pace than other types of pets in recent years. This trend intensified during the pandemic, when many people feeling the impact of social isolation sought the company of this type of pet.
Humans’ mental health has never been as much at stake as it is today. This concern intensified during the pandemic due to social isolation, which contributed to an increase in anxiety, depression and other associated diseases.
In contrast to what was expected at the end of 2020, the growth of the pet care industry did not slow down in 2021, with solid growth also expected in 2022. Consumers, even in the face of strong inflationary pressure, have continued to invest in pet food, health and animal welfare.
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This is the aggregation of cat litter, healthcare, dietary supplements and other pet products.See All of Our Definitions
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