View Poll Results: Are you a cat person or dog person?

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  • both equally

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    If I had to choose (and I must!), I'd pick dog.

    The stereotype about cats is that they're selfish, but I would add that they always look grumpy/mean (unless they're kittens) and are kinda, um, not-intelligent.

    Sorry to any cat lovers out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skärmträl View Post
    If I had to choose (and I must!), I'd pick dog.

    The stereotype about cats is that they're selfish, but I would add that they always look grumpy/mean (unless they're kittens) and are kinda, um, not-intelligent.

    Sorry to any cat lovers out there.
    I love dogs and cats. But my hubby and I rescue kitties to either adopt or find homes for. A lot depends on how they're treated. Our kitties behave like small, well-behaved children most of the time.
    Not all in life is at it appears to be.

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    Dogs all the way.

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    I'd have to pick dogs since I've never been near a cat. Plus, I have the strong impression that the latter is lazy.

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    Dogs; I've always liked Goldendoodles, Border Collies, and German Shepherds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skärmträl View Post
    If I had to choose (and I must!), I'd pick dog.

    The stereotype about cats is that they're selfish, but I would add that they always look grumpy/mean (unless they're kittens) and are kinda, um, not-intelligent.

    Sorry to any cat lovers out there.
    Depends on the cat. Cats aren't stupid and they can be remarkably loyal. It's just they show it it much different ways than a dog.
    I saved my cats life as a kitten and he knows it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terminus View Post
    I'd have to pick dogs since I've never been near a cat. Plus, I have the strong impression that the latter is lazy.
    They do spend a lot of time sleeping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Astragoth View Post
    Cats aren't stupid
    Look, I'm fine with people liking their cats, but seeing as human beings have about 64 times as many neurons as cats, of course they're stupid. Plants are even more so, but we can like them nevertheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaxonPagan View Post
    Neither!

    I've had a couple of budgerigars in the past though

    One of them had a lucky let-off when the neighbour's cat got into our house.
    That's terrible! Did your neighbour apologise and offer to buy you a new budgerigar?
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