Pets take from their master

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France
November 30, 2008 10:31pm CST
What do you think of this saying? Is that really true? Would it work the opposite way as well? Masters take from their pet
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@polachicago (19143)
• United States
2 Dec 08
I think that we can learn more from animals than from people. I better learn from my lovely dogs and my lovely cat.... They are my masters.... at least for unconditional love...
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• France
2 Dec 08
I find cats much harder to tame
@polachicago (19143)
• United States
3 Dec 08
My cat is sitting right now with my dogs, she is very tamed and sweet....
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• France
3 Dec 08
O I got it, I must have an exceptional cat.
@bunnybon7 (33165)
• Holiday, Florida
1 Dec 08
im not sure what you mean. what do they take? is it im just dumb here? the looks maybe?
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• France
1 Dec 08
The personality, behavior...
@riyasam (16582)
• India
1 Dec 08
pets give unconditional love.masters should leave their selfish ways and learn something from them.
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• France
1 Dec 08
Ah, wish I could love my cat like that but seems she's more independant than I am
@bjcyrix (6857)
• Philippines
1 Dec 08
Cleveland Amory with his cat Polar Bear - Cleveland Amory, prominent humorist and humanitarian, founded The Fund for Animals in 1967 and served without pay as its president until his death on October 15, 1998, at the age of 81. He is buried next to his beloved Polar Bear, at Black Beauty Ranch in Texas.
I think "Pets take from their master." would be true to dog owners or perhaps other animals as well but more prevalent in dogs. One can observe this especially when the dog was given to the owner as a puppy. Well, I think it depends on the breed also. As for "Master take from their pets.", I think that would be true to cats. Cats live in a routine and most owners would adjust to the routine of cats. Otherwise, the cats would take any means necessary (walking all over your face while still in bed, etc.) just so they can have their breakfast at 5AM everyday. Varies from case to case but thats just what I think.^_^ I find this book a good read into the insights of being 'owned' by a cat. Its usually the other way around but "Cat Who Came for Christmas by Cleveland Amory" make you think otherwise. He's a real guy, animal rights activist, who wrote books about his cat.
• France
1 Dec 08
Interesting facts