Darling Dogs or Cold-Hearted Cats
There are two different kinds of people. The dog person, and the cat person. The kind hearted, friendly individual, and the aloof, left brained individual. We all know who is who. Certain people come to everyone’s mind when the words “dog person” and “cat person” are brought about. Is it the difference in personality or temperament from one person to another? It very well would could be. Dogs and cats mean a lot to different people, but can a cat be taught to protect its owner? No, not to just claw at anyone who comes near its companion, but really PROTECT that person? Can a cat be potty trained? It is possible, but dogs are MUCH easier to be taught to do anything by command. Cats get bored by the affection of their human, and find ways to keep to and entertain themselves. Dogs thrive off of human attention. They live to love their person. This being said, dogs are better companions than cats. They’re more loyal and social. They are also much easier to care for. Loyalty and compassion automatically come with the loving nature many, many people find in dogs. Dogs would do anything for their owners. They’ve even been known to stare into the face of sure death for their human. There have been many instances where police dogs and service dogs have literally jumped in front of a bullet for their companions. Has there ever been a cat that has taken a bullet for its owner? Has a cat ever been in the service or used to sniff out drugs, or even bombs? If cats we’re human, they’d be the evil scientists, the cold-hearted criminals. They show no sympathy and don’t care whether or not their owner is okay. Dogs know when their companion is having a bad day. They automatically try to lick their person to death cheer them up. That’s why so many rehabilitation animals are dogs. Dogs can sense when something is wrong. They can even be trained to predict heart attacks and seizures. These loving little beings have certain sixth sense. They are...
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