I’ve always thought of myself as more of cat than a dog person. My understanding is that dogs are a major commitment akin to raising a child, whereas cats are independent creatures that look after themselves as long as you provide them the occaisional tin of food (opened, I assume). But my recent interactions with canine kind have lead me to believe that dogs, as often stated, may indeed have more personality than cats. In the potential pet stakes its a moot point, as my current lodgiings aren’t suitable for anything more adventurous than a hamster, or perhaps a guinea pig. But f I can find more suitable accomodation, the question now is which to go for, dog or cat? Hmmm…
Dogs vs. Cats
Posted byDamien WalterPosted inReal LifeTags:cat, dog, pet stakes
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4 thoughts on “Dogs vs. Cats”
oh, dogs all the way.
mo says dog
You might appear to be a cat person, I think you’re a dog person.
Seems I may secretly have been a dog person the whole time.