We're known for being a nation of animal lovers, and now a new survey confirms the Brits' devotion to our furry friends - revealing that two in five of us now take our pets away on holiday.
The poll by travelsupermarket.com also reveals that almost half of us (47%) miss our pets more than family members when we're away.
The survey of 2,010 pet owners also showed that 13% would rather go on holiday with their animal than their partner, and that 10% would actually prefer to take a trip with their pet than their own children.
What's more, 36% said their pet was their biggest worry while on holiday, while 40% regularly check up in their furry friends while they're away.
According to the Press Association, Travel Supermarket's Bob Atkinson said: "We all know that Brits love their pets and this research has found that many pet-owners are happy to admit we actually miss our furry friends more than we miss immediate family and friends when we are away."
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