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  • Cats

    32 43.84%
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    23 31.51%
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    Definitely more of a cat person. I honestly don't think I have time for a dog. My cat is relatively independent, as long as I feed him. He isn't a total attention hog, but he's not totally anti-social either.


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    Well. They call me the Crazy Cat Lady. So there is that. I do love dogs as well though, but I'm not nearly as ehm..obsessed with them
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    cats snuggle with me and piss and shit in a box and can be fed by an automatic machine.


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    Dog person, of course, isn't it obvious?
    I really like cats and food.

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    I own cats and like both them and dogs.

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    I like dogs and dislike cats, but don't really like animals enough to care for them. I forget what my big five scores were, but I like that dogs actually care about how you feel and try to make you happy while cats appear to either not care or actively want to make you unhappy. If I'm going to put effort into taking care of a creature, I'd like our feelings of affection to be reciprocal.
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    i have cats and dogs that i love, i have known cats and dogs that i disliked. this is really a case by case basis IMO.

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    I like cat and dog. They taste totally different!

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    I have to say that I like both because I'd be choosing between my children otherwise

    But I've grown to like both in different ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    I have to say that I like both because I'd be choosing between my children otherwise

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