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    ish red no longer *sad* nightning's Avatar
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    No cats for me thank you... I like them fine. It's just that I might neglect the poor things due to my sheer forgetfulness.
    My stuff (design & other junk) lives here: http://nnbox.ca

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samvega View Post
    I'm trying to figure out the deal with you seemingly insane cat people and the overwhelming large number of INs that can't exist without a cat in their life. To talk with you about these foolish felines you would swear you think they're human (they aren't, I assure you!). I just don't get it, I really don't understand the appeal to having those goofy animals walking around your house!
    I used to own a cat, and I loved it.

    But then it got sick and started hurting itself. I got rid of it because I found out it was dying, and I didn't want to watch that happen.

    I'll never own another pet again, because it's too sad for me.

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    Yeah, broadly speaking, cats strike me as IN** beasts, whereas dogs are ES** creatures.

    I find nothing to identify with in a dog. Though I can barely take care of myself, let alone another living creature, I feel a certain bond with cats. I respect them and I feel they tend to respect me. As much as one does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    Yeah, broadly speaking, cats strike me as IN** beasts, whereas dogs are ES** creatures.
    That would explain why I freak every time I go to someone's house and they have a dog. I pretty much declare that either they lock the dog up, or I'm not coming in. And once when one got loose, I found myself sloshing a drink on it and running halfway down the street before I knew what was happening.

    If they have a cat, I'm totally comfortable, though.

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    my building doesn't allow cats just dogs under 25lbs I don't like small dogs, if I could get a big dog I might. Probably not because I'd have to train it, and the apartment really isn't big enough for a large dog. So for now no pets. I would get a kitten if I could and my room mates allowed it, but yeah right now is not a good time. That being said I love cats and big dogs that are well trained but still have some what of an independent streak to them. I might volunteer here: PAWS Chicago this summer
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Cats are hilarious. They have the best expressions and faces. (And so do dogs.) And cats purr too. Anyone who dislikes cats clearly has never seen the captioned cat photos. I suggest you go do that now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I used to own a cat, and I loved it.

    But then it got sick and started hurting itself. I got rid of it because I found out it was dying, and I didn't want to watch that happen.

    I'll never own another pet again, because it's too sad for me.
    This was confusing I couldn't figure out if it was an INFJ writing about their cat or a cat writing about their INFJ owner.

    As a side note, you may have done the right thing but before I decide all final answer like what does "I got rid of it" mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samvega View Post
    This was confusing I couldn't figure out if it was an INFJ writing about their cat or a car writing about their INFJ owner.
    It sounded like a car was writing about an INFJ? Why, out of curiosity?
    As a side note, you may have done the right thing but before I decide all final answer like what does "I got rid of it" mean?
    Oh. It means I gave it to a shelter.

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    To the OP:

    Yes. You must. Unless you have a REALLY good reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    To the OP:

    Yes. You must. Unless you have a REALLY good reason.
    Is that you in the Avatar? I've been looking for an INFJ to date and I was dead set on a female but I may be willing to overlook you having a penis and the wrong kinda kitty for you!

    I'm just saying, give it some thought.

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