New Study Reveals Domestic Cone Statistics - June 11
A study published yesterday by the Office of Statistics sheds light on where the cones are living.
The most interesting statistic is
that domesticated cones - cones
being raised as pets in human
dwellings - has risen by a fair
The current statistic is that as
much as 1 in 100 homes have
pet cones - That would mean
that more than a quarter of a
million cones are now adopted.
It has also been revealed that over 650 homes contain over five cones.
Cone experts have responded to this with mixed reactions, some saying “the more cones off the street, the better”. Others have said that this is bad news, with more domesticated cones unable to function should they find themselves in the wild.
There are also concerns of the living conditions of domesticated cones, with many homeowners subjecting cones to dark, windowless rooms, not knowing that cones require some degree of light to survive.