I recently made a hub about dogs and cats to find out which animal is more popular among hubbers. Unfortunately, only 3 people have voted in my poll leaving dogs with 67% of votes and cats with 33%. Hopefully I can get a better response in the forums. So, which animal do you like better, cats or dogs?
I'm not sure. Obviously if there are allergies, one often tends to prefer the animal he/she is not allergic to. However, if allergies are not a factor then I don't know if there is an obvious sign. I will do some research on that now and update you w/ the results.
I'd have trouble voting too. Although I don't happen to have a dog right now, I do like both cats and dogs. Contrary to what some people say, if you have a cat long enough they start to act like dogs (or people) anyway.
Cool! We live 15 miles from Bisbee, I was there today following up on getting building permits, and I never knew this.
Got cats, kangaroo rats, and a leopard gecko lizard at the moment, but definitely favor cats. Don't even fathom the folks that say dogs are better companions. Never have had a cat bite me (other than a gentle love bite), but have been bitten in the a** by an English sheepdog. Never had a cat pee on me but had a Pug do that while I was sleeping on the couch. Never had a dog figure out how to the litter box.
Oh, yeah. And I've never had a cat wake me up at 3 a.m. by barking insanely at a phantom or whatever.... Etc. Etc.
I love cats, but my dogs go with me everywhere! i had one cat who barked like a dog, went to the door when someone knocked and LOVED to ride in the car...He ran away on Christmas...and I've yet to find him - and I'm just not ready for a new one yet! So, at this point, I have to say my dogs...
At the bottom of the lens it has related hubs. Is there a way to exclude some hubs from showing there, or to encourage better (more related) ones by limiting the category or using keywords or hand picking them or something?For example, my lens on a simple wooden toy is getting horror movies...
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