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Cats or Dogs?


Many people describe themselves as "A dog person" or "A cat person" Why do you think that these people feel that there has to be a distinction?

 

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    Randi Benlulu (btrbell) 4 years ago

    I agree totally. I got a cat because I didn't have enough room and wasn't home enough for a dog. But I was surprised....cats demand time and attention, too! Now if only I could get them to hike with me! Thanks for answering!

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    Randi Benlulu (btrbell) 4 years ago

    That's funny! I was a dog person until I "inherited" my daughter's cat!

    Thanks for answering!

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    Randi Benlulu (btrbell) 4 years ago

    Having had both dogs and cats, I totally agree with you about dogs but I will add that cats can be extremely loving and affectionate as well! Thanks for answering!