Forced to choose between the two, I'd say dog, but I'm more of a pet lover in general.
I love small dogs and I'm scared of cats and large dogs.
I am a bit scared of dogs, so not too keen on them. Love guinea pigs, rabbits, and pretty much most animals that are still babies, but definitely a cat lover most of all, I have eight of them!
If I'm only choosing between cat and dog, then I would be a cat lover, because certain breeds of dogs scare me, whereas I like most cats. However, if you're including pet lover in the mix, then I would say that one because I love all pets! My bunny and hamster are too cute for words!
Although I'm mostly a dog person I'd have to say that I'm an animal lover in general. I've grown up owning a number of different types of pets from a can and dog, to a goat and a pig (and not a pot belly one).
I am an overall animal lover but if I have to choose between cat and dog I would say cat. I have a thoroughly spoilt cat called Ginger.
I am an animal lover in general. I like dogs because they live to protect and comfort you and cats because you live to protect and comfort them. Dogs build my ego. Cats cut it down to size. It's a good balance.
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