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Are you a CAT person or a DOG person??

  1. DaniellaWood profile image86
    DaniellaWoodposted 8 years ago

    Are you a CAT person or a DOG person??

    I love all animals and adore little kitties when I see them, but there's just something I've always prefered about doggies. So I am therefore declaring myself as a "dog person"! Maybe it's because my family has always had dogs and no cats... So what about you? Are you a cat or dog person? And what makes you prefer one or the other? Or don't you? ...

  2. mistywild profile image60
    mistywildposted 8 years ago

    I would say both, but more cat than dog, I have 3 cats (2 seniors and 1 kitten) and 4 dogs (3 yorkies and 1 brindle boxer. I guess you could call me an overall animal planet type person big_smile

  3. Jeffrey Neal profile image84
    Jeffrey Nealposted 8 years ago

    Dog person definitely, although I have both cats and dogs.  Both are good pets in their own ways, but dogs are easier to teach.

  4. Petra Vlah profile image60
    Petra Vlahposted 8 years ago

    I had a cat for years and I always had dogs, so I am both a cat and a dog person.

    I like the indipendence of cats and the loialty of dogs

  5. donotfear profile image87
    donotfearposted 8 years ago

    Naturally, cats, though I can't have em around me very long. I'm allergic as all-get-out.

  6. J.S.Matthew profile image82
    J.S.Matthewposted 8 years ago

    Well, this one is hard for me to answer because I love both animals!  I grew up with both cats and dogs but there is something special when a cat sits on your lap and purrs uncontrollably! 
    I enjoy the loyal companionship of dogs too.   I always enjoyed taking my dog out for a ride in the car with her head sticking out the window. 
    Cats are lower maintenance animals-other than feeding and changing litter box they are pretty independent animals and often difficult to coerce.  Dogs tend to do more of what you want them to do, enjoy praise, and can be great friends. 

    I don't think that I could live without either animal in my life!

  7. nifty@50 profile image73
    nifty@50posted 8 years ago

    Cats! Cats have less down side than dogs. They don't bark for hours on end. They seldom bite people unless you mess with them.  They don't tear up your yard, your decking (Sheba my mother-in-law's dog). They are cleaner animals and seldom need baths. You can go out of town 3-4 days leave a lot of food and water, with automatic litter box and no problem. Cats do seem somewhat aloof sometimes but isn't that the nature of a wilder animal? They live on average 5 years longer than dogs.

  8. grejotte profile image77
    grejotteposted 7 years ago

    I really love both! But since I can't have a dog right now in my appartment, I don't know which one I prefer. Right now I have a cat, and I just started training her like a dog, to sit and stuff like that lol.  They do like dogs :p

  9. Vicki.Pierce profile image71
    Vicki.Pierceposted 7 years ago

    I have a dog but do not consider myself to be a 'dog person'.  I am more of a 'parrot person'.  When I got my yorkie I was quickly reminded of the work that it takes to maintain a dog - trips to the vet, taking them out to potty etc. 

    I love my dog and would never 'get rid of her'.  I made a commitment to her when I got her and it is til death do we part.  But......if something were to happen to her, I am pretty sure that  I would not get another dog.

  10. Made profile image60
    Madeposted 6 years ago

    I'm a cat person, maybe because my family always has had a cat or two. I like dogs too. My family had dogs too, but they were outside most of the time.

  11. profile image0
    DoItForHerposted 6 years ago

    Definitively dogs. Cats are underrated, but dogs still take the lead.

  12. renee21 profile image83
    renee21posted 5 years ago

    I like both cats and dogs.  If I have to pick one, though, I'd say dogs.  They're easy to train to do what you want.  Cats, not so much.

 
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