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Are you a dog or cat person?

#1 User is offline   Rain 

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Posted 2006-March-20, 09:07

I'm definitely a dog person. Cats are only good as dog food. My dogs also practise their hunting on lizards, iguanas and rats.

Dogs rule.
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Posted 2006-March-20, 09:30

Dog, Dog, Dog.... and on top of that. I am allergic to cats.
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Posted 2006-March-20, 09:37

I was dog dog dog too. But now its just dog dog.
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Posted 2006-March-20, 09:45

Cat (Libby - 15 year old tabby) and dog (Floyd - 12+ year old Australian Shepherd).
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Posted 2006-March-20, 09:55

I Love dogs, recently wounded both my knees and destroyed a pair of expensive pants when diving into the asphalt to rescue a running dog that was headed directly into a big avenue ;)

I'm also allergic to cats but I've been doing some treatments and now I must say I can be in a house with cats for a long time without any complications :-)

My mom has a Dog and 2 cats, including a strange variation of a "smart" car that responds to his name, opens doors, asks for food and does other interesting tricks.
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Posted 2006-March-20, 09:58

Dogs of course. I have a 10 year old Corgi who is our 4th child. ;)
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Posted 2006-March-20, 10:39

Dogs!

But must admit "Mr. Cat" in the movie I just watched was cute and I was worried about him at the very end of the movie alone in the streets of New York. "Breakfast at Tiffany's with Audrey Hepburn.
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Posted 2006-March-20, 11:12

Birds.

Oh wait, not one of the choices....

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Posted 2006-March-20, 11:56

Dogs. Without a doubt, the feel of its cold nose and the warmth of its tongue licking you as he/she snuggles up against you is quite endearing.
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Posted 2006-March-20, 13:23

I've traditionally had pet dogs, but I recently got a couple baby rats...

Very cute little guys
I named em Geri rat and Frekki rat ...
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Posted 2006-March-20, 13:50

My dog-walker says rodents sort out the men from the boys. I am afraid to ask what she means.

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  Posted 2006-March-21, 02:43

Certainly a dog person. No doubt about it.
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Posted 2006-March-21, 06:19

Cats. Defenitely cats.
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Posted 2006-March-21, 06:31

Gerben42, on Mar 21 2006, 01:19 PM, said:

Cats. Defenitely cats.

Same for me !

3 cats in my house ! Not easy everyday especially when they walk on the keyboards when you're playing bridge ! :)
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Posted 2006-March-21, 06:34

Definitely cats. I'm scared of dogs, especially bid ones.
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Posted 2006-March-21, 07:35

Cats! They have their own will and express it, can be very independent and sensitive. The purring of a content cat is calming and nice. I'm also a fan of the really big ones: http://www.f4.fhtw-b...0506439/#bilder
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