Cats VS Dogs

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    • oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      miech wrote:

      I like em both, for different reasons

      dogs:

      more fun to play with
      closer relationship in general
      unconditional

      cats:
      funnier
      low maintenance, independence
      a more 'interesting' creature
      Dogs have a closer relationship? Not in my experience. I am MUCH closer to my cat than I am to my dog.
      Really?Guess that the odd case, cos I always seem to find dogs much much closer with their owners compared to cats
      Have you even had a cat?
      Yep, then it ran to some other house, cos they gave it more food..
      Eitherway, dogs everytime
      Was it a stray? My cat goes outside all of the time and always comes back.
      Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival.
      -Winston Churchill

      Attack rapidly, ruthlessly, viciously, without rest, however tired and hungry you may be, the enemy will be more tired, more hungry. Keep punching.
      -George S. Patton
    • Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      miech wrote:

      I like em both, for different reasons

      dogs:

      more fun to play with
      closer relationship in general
      unconditional

      cats:
      funnier
      low maintenance, independence
      a more 'interesting' creature
      Dogs have a closer relationship? Not in my experience. I am MUCH closer to my cat than I am to my dog.
      Really?Guess that the odd case, cos I always seem to find dogs much much closer with their owners compared to cats
      Have you even had a cat?
      Yep, then it ran to some other house, cos they gave it more food..Eitherway, dogs everytime
      Was it a stray? My cat goes outside all of the time and always comes back.
      Nope, it just got bored of us and went off and got like 3 dinners a day
      fat cat, couldnt care less, cos it was the most boring thing ever. Just sat there, looking at me....

      Dogs are soo much more fun



      If Socialists understood Economics, they wouldn't be socialists
      -Friedrich von Haye


    • oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      miech wrote:

      I like em both, for different reasons

      dogs:

      more fun to play with
      closer relationship in general
      unconditional

      cats:
      funnier
      low maintenance, independence
      a more 'interesting' creature
      Dogs have a closer relationship? Not in my experience. I am MUCH closer to my cat than I am to my dog.
      Really?Guess that the odd case, cos I always seem to find dogs much much closer with their owners compared to cats
      Have you even had a cat?
      Yep, then it ran to some other house, cos they gave it more food..Eitherway, dogs everytime
      Was it a stray? My cat goes outside all of the time and always comes back.
      Nope, it just got bored of us and went off and got like 3 dinners a dayfat cat, couldnt care less, cos it was the most boring thing ever. Just sat there, looking at me....

      Dogs are soo much more fun
      You had a bad experience with cats. A lot of cats are fun.
      Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival.
      -Winston Churchill

      Attack rapidly, ruthlessly, viciously, without rest, however tired and hungry you may be, the enemy will be more tired, more hungry. Keep punching.
      -George S. Patton
    • Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      miech wrote:

      I like em both, for different reasons

      dogs:

      more fun to play with
      closer relationship in general
      unconditional

      cats:
      funnier
      low maintenance, independence
      a more 'interesting' creature
      Dogs have a closer relationship? Not in my experience. I am MUCH closer to my cat than I am to my dog.
      Really?Guess that the odd case, cos I always seem to find dogs much much closer with their owners compared to cats
      Have you even had a cat?
      Yep, then it ran to some other house, cos they gave it more food..Eitherway, dogs everytime
      Was it a stray? My cat goes outside all of the time and always comes back.
      Nope, it just got bored of us and went off and got like 3 dinners a dayfat cat, couldnt care less, cos it was the most boring thing ever. Just sat there, looking at me....
      Dogs are soo much more fun
      You had a bad experience with cats. A lot of cats are fun.
      Have you had a bad experience with dogs?

      I had the best expiernce, one could have with a cat..

      Meanwhile, my dog plays ball, and plays a funny game where I have to try catch her paws,



      If Socialists understood Economics, they wouldn't be socialists
      -Friedrich von Haye


    • oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      miech wrote:

      I like em both, for different reasons

      dogs:

      more fun to play with
      closer relationship in general
      unconditional

      cats:
      funnier
      low maintenance, independence
      a more 'interesting' creature
      Dogs have a closer relationship? Not in my experience. I am MUCH closer to my cat than I am to my dog.
      Really?Guess that the odd case, cos I always seem to find dogs much much closer with their owners compared to cats
      Have you even had a cat?
      Yep, then it ran to some other house, cos they gave it more food..Eitherway, dogs everytime
      Was it a stray? My cat goes outside all of the time and always comes back.
      Nope, it just got bored of us and went off and got like 3 dinners a dayfat cat, couldnt care less, cos it was the most boring thing ever. Just sat there, looking at me....Dogs are soo much more fun
      You had a bad experience with cats. A lot of cats are fun.
      Have you had a bad experience with dogs?
      I had the best expiernce, one could have with a cat..

      Meanwhile, my dog plays ball, and plays a funny game where I have to try catch her paws,
      No, no bad experiences. I just like cats better. Plus, what experience was that?
      Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival.
      -Winston Churchill

      Attack rapidly, ruthlessly, viciously, without rest, however tired and hungry you may be, the enemy will be more tired, more hungry. Keep punching.
      -George S. Patton
    • Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      miech wrote:

      I like em both, for different reasons

      dogs:

      more fun to play with
      closer relationship in general
      unconditional

      cats:
      funnier
      low maintenance, independence
      a more 'interesting' creature
      Dogs have a closer relationship? Not in my experience. I am MUCH closer to my cat than I am to my dog.
      Really?Guess that the odd case, cos I always seem to find dogs much much closer with their owners compared to cats
      Have you even had a cat?
      Yep, then it ran to some other house, cos they gave it more food..Eitherway, dogs everytime
      Was it a stray? My cat goes outside all of the time and always comes back.
      Nope, it just got bored of us and went off and got like 3 dinners a dayfat cat, couldnt care less, cos it was the most boring thing ever. Just sat there, looking at me....Dogs are soo much more fun
      You had a bad experience with cats. A lot of cats are fun.
      Have you had a bad experience with dogs?I had the best expiernce, one could have with a cat..

      Meanwhile, my dog plays ball, and plays a funny game where I have to try catch her paws,
      No, no bad experiences. I just like cats better. Plus, what experience was that?
      The best experience with the cat?, well that was it running off and it staring at me a few days later, when we crossed paths on the street. Had the guts to say a good bye to me



      If Socialists understood Economics, they wouldn't be socialists
      -Friedrich von Haye


    • oceanhawk wrote:

      The best experience with the cat?, well that was it running off and it staring at me a few days later, when we crossed paths on the street. Had the guts to say a good bye to me
      That's about the worst experience you can ever have with a cat.
      Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival.
      -Winston Churchill

      Attack rapidly, ruthlessly, viciously, without rest, however tired and hungry you may be, the enemy will be more tired, more hungry. Keep punching.
      -George S. Patton
    • Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      The best experience with the cat?, well that was it running off and it staring at me a few days later, when we crossed paths on the street. Had the guts to say a good bye to me
      That's about the worst experience you can ever have with a cat.
      And the best.. nothing else fun with it..

      It didnt care about me, and I cared about it..

      I prefer my dog



      If Socialists understood Economics, they wouldn't be socialists
      -Friedrich von Haye


    • oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      The best experience with the cat?, well that was it running off and it staring at me a few days later, when we crossed paths on the street. Had the guts to say a good bye to me
      That's about the worst experience you can ever have with a cat.
      And the best.. nothing else fun with it..
      It didnt care about me, and I cared about it..

      I prefer my dog
      You're basing all cats off of one bad experience. I have a cat that has been with me for 7 or 8 years now. He's a great cat that purrs when I pet him. He loves me.
      Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival.
      -Winston Churchill

      Attack rapidly, ruthlessly, viciously, without rest, however tired and hungry you may be, the enemy will be more tired, more hungry. Keep punching.
      -George S. Patton
    • Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Kehsct wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      The best experience with the cat?, well that was it running off and it staring at me a few days later, when we crossed paths on the street. Had the guts to say a good bye to me
      That's about the worst experience you can ever have with a cat.
      And the best.. nothing else fun with it..It didnt care about me, and I cared about it..

      I prefer my dog
      You're basing all cats off of one bad experience. I have a cat that has been with me for 7 or 8 years now. He's a great cat that purrs when I pet him. He loves me.
      But all along my neighborhood, there cats that just ditch the household..

      Dogs are a lot friendlier, and dogs also are more protective. My dog saved my life, A crazy guy ( Like crazy in da head ) tried to break in, we didnt hear, but the dog did. And barked like mad




      The Cat would have just wondered "Is there food for me"



      If Socialists understood Economics, they wouldn't be socialists
      -Friedrich von Haye


    • oceanhawk wrote:

      Dogs are a lot friendlier, and dogs also are more protective. My dog saved my life, A crazy guy ( Like crazy in da head ) tried to break in, we didnt hear, but the dog did. And barked like mad
      If that's what you want in a pet, geese are great for that.
      Forum Gang Commissar



      I changed it for you Dia <3
    • Quasi-duck wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Dogs are a lot friendlier, and dogs also are more protective. My dog saved my life, A crazy guy ( Like crazy in da head ) tried to break in, we didnt hear, but the dog did. And barked like mad
      If that's what you want in a pet, geese are great for that.
      Are geese like female ducks or something like that?



      If Socialists understood Economics, they wouldn't be socialists
      -Friedrich von Haye


    • oceanhawk wrote:

      Quasi-duck wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Dogs are a lot friendlier, and dogs also are more protective. My dog saved my life, A crazy guy ( Like crazy in da head ) tried to break in, we didnt hear, but the dog did. And barked like mad
      If that's what you want in a pet, geese are great for that.
      Are geese like female ducks or something like that?
      Are you serious?
      Forum Gang Commissar



      I changed it for you Dia <3
    • Quasi-duck wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Quasi-duck wrote:

      oceanhawk wrote:

      Dogs are a lot friendlier, and dogs also are more protective. My dog saved my life, A crazy guy ( Like crazy in da head ) tried to break in, we didnt hear, but the dog did. And barked like mad
      If that's what you want in a pet, geese are great for that.
      Are geese like female ducks or something like that?
      Are you serious?
      Nah Im only joking
      haha, I know my ponds :P



      If Socialists understood Economics, they wouldn't be socialists
      -Friedrich von Haye