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5 Reasons Cats Are Inferior to Dogs in Every Way
#61
When will you see a cat doing this? S1

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#62
The cat is inside the house, looking out the window, and laughing!
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#64
I see the dog needed training wheels. S1
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#65
Ron, here is your cat watching dogs working with concrete, driving bycicles and doing other human things...

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#66
Fred, isn't that also where the trimmed waste is put into the garbage disposal? Turn the knob, and there is this giant sucking sound.
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#67
And here is just one more reason.

Quote:A Florida dog was found lying in the street Friday in the same spot where its owner had been killed earlier in a hit-and-run accident.

According to WJAX-TV, authorities found 42-year-old Kelly Black dead in the road. What they had not known at the time though was that she had been walking her dog.

Shortly after authorities left, however, a dog was noticed lying down in the spot of the accident. Neighbors eventually pieced together that the woman was walking her dog when she had been killed. It had been waiting alone at the scene of the crime since.

The family told WJAX reporter Russell Colburn that the two were “inseparable” and that the dog “was by her side when she died and stayed here, alone, after.”

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The dog was eventually retrieved by local police and reunited with its family, WJAX reported.
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#68
Dogs (and many other animals) are aware of alot more than many of us think.

Ellen G. White, whom most Seventh-day Adventists believe was a genuine prophet, wrote this in her book, Ministry of Healing, pp. 315-316:

"The intelligence displayed by many dumb animals approaches so closely to human intelligence that it is a mystery. The animals see and hear and love and fear and suffer. They use their organs far more faithfully than many human beings use theirs. They manifest sympathy and tenderness toward their companions in suffering. Many animals show an affection for those who have charge of them, far superior to the affection shown by some of the human race. They form attachments for man which are not broken without great suffering to them."
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Quote:For a long time, people believed that cats were loners who didn't need any other creatures in their lives. While some cats may be content living a solitary life, others form deep and lasting attachments to other cats and people. When a cat loses a friend, he can go through a grieving process just as real as any human's. Just as people have different ways of showing their grief, so do cats.

Here are a few typical reactions to grief:

Sleep disturbances

Change in eating patterns

Disinterest in playing

House-training mistakes

Excessive crying, meowing, or other vocalization

Loss of appetite, including refusal to eat

Repeatedly returning to locations where the lost companion used to spend time, or searching for the missing companion

Sitting silently, staring at the wall or out the window

Running away
Linik: http://www.catster.com/kittens/Nine-Sign...n-Cats-146

When my two cats, Sherlock and Watson, were still alive, a couple of times I had to take Sherlock to the vet. My mother tells me that Watson would meow and search through the house, and even once stood on his hind feet at the side of my bed, with his front paws on top of the bed, like he was praying. I don't know about that one. But they were very close, brothers from the same litter, who would often sleep curled up together.
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#70
And from my favorite newspaper, the Daily Mail, Cats ARE neurotic - and they're probably also trying to work out how to kill you, say researchers

Quote:Compared with the snow leopard, the Scottish wildcat and the African lion, researchers found these larger predators shared similar characteristics of aggression and neurotic behaviour to domestic cats.

Dominance, impulsiveness and neurotic behaviour are the most common trait shared between the domestic cat and the wild cat.

The researchers used a testing method known as the 'Big Five' personality test: Openness to Experience, Extraversion/Introversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Neuroticism.

A total of 100 cats, from two different shelters in Scotland were used in the experiment, whilst the other animals were examined from zoos and animal sanctuaries in the UK and USA.

'They're cute and furry and cuddly, but we need to remember when we have cats as pets, we are inviting little predators into our house,' psychologist Dr. Max Wachtel told 9NEWS.

'For a lot of people, it is worth it. Cats can be fantastic, sweet companions. Until they turn on you.'

Only their size prevents the cat from being able to unleash its full predatory qualities.

'It is good to understand the personality characteristics of our pets. Different cats have different personalities. But as a species, there are a lot of commonalities,' Dr Wachtel said.



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#71
Cats like to play, and they respond to the way they are treated. I was always gentle with my cats, and they were always gentle with me.
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#72
(10-31-2015, 07:19 PM)Ron Lambert Wrote: Cats like to play, and they respond to the way they are treated. I was always gentle with my cats, and they were always gentle with me.

That's because you were their property, and being a complacent subject. S22
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#74
Ferrets are about the same size as cats, and I have known one family that had a pet ferret. But they kept it caged, even in the house.
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(11-12-2015, 08:16 PM)Ron Lambert Wrote: Ferrets are about the same size as cats, and I have known one family that had a pet ferret. But they kept it caged, even in the house.

You're going to have to explain that a little better Ron.
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#76
They had a big cage, half the length of the living room. They never let it outside the house. They may have let it have the run of the house--but they always put it away in the cage when company was over. It was a ferret. That's all I know.
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(11-12-2015, 10:19 PM)Ron Lambert Wrote: They had a big cage, half the length of the living room. They never let it outside the house. They may have let it have the run of the house--but they always put it away in the cage when company was over. It was a ferret. That's all I know.

What does that have to do with the dog and his loyalty to his dead comrade?
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#78
Just for you Ron. S22



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#79
Gotta love Mark Steyn! I never sawr that one before.
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(11-14-2015, 03:19 PM)WmLambert Wrote: Gotta love Mark Steyn! I never sawr that one before.

Just one of the reasons why I am here Bill. S5
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