Dog or Cat??
November 27, 2006 8:57am CST
Which one of these do you prefer? i prefer dog
30 Mar 07
I would go for dogs...My home is in a place where lot of thiefs are there...Lot of robberies happens.In such a place its necesary to have one dog.Our jerry and jimmy(new one from australia) is doing that job pretty well.Jimmy is new,but learning things much faster from jerry.I dont find much of a use with a cat in my place as there are not much of rats around...But still we have our susu which is there for the kids at home to play with...
• United States
30 Mar 07
I really love both. I think it greatly depends on the particular personality of an animal regardless of cat or dog. Not to mention their intelligence level...which I have seen greatly varies. I love them both. We have both as pets and I love to play with both cat and dog but prefer the cat for cuddling as our dog will lick our skin off if we'd let her. The cat...not so much!!!
30 Mar 07
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