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Cats or dogs?

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Cats or dogs? Who is your preferred pet?

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1Cats or dogs?  Empty Cats or dogs? Sat Mar 26 2022, 22:54

Biggie

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Who makes the best pet for you?

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2Cats or dogs?  Empty Re: Cats or dogs? Sun Mar 27 2022, 10:02

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
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Dogs. Cat's are easier to keep, not needing a stroll round the pond every half hour, but it'll always be dogs for me.
Mind you, our Springer died in 2010, and we've not had one since.

3Cats or dogs?  Empty Re: Cats or dogs? Sun Mar 27 2022, 12:18

Biggie

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Aw. 
Maybe you should get a rescue dog?

They wouldn't mind a stroll round the pond every half hour.

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4Cats or dogs?  Empty Re: Cats or dogs? Sun Mar 27 2022, 13:48

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Biggie wrote:Aw. 
Maybe you should get a rescue dog?

They wouldn't mind a stroll round the pond every half hour.
And I'd always have a pal to pull me out.

5Cats or dogs?  Empty Re: Cats or dogs? Sun Mar 27 2022, 14:03

Whitesince63


Andy Walker
Andy Walker

Hate cats and whilst I certainly wouldn’t hurt one I definitely wouldn’t have one as a pet. In fact nobody has a cat as a pet, the cat has you!!

6Cats or dogs?  Empty Re: Cats or dogs? Sun Mar 27 2022, 14:13

Biggie

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Whitesince63 wrote:Hate cats and whilst I certainly wouldn’t hurt one I definitely wouldn’t have one as a pet. In fact nobody has a cat as a pet, the cat has you!!
This is true. 
I ended up with a cat. 

It just moved in. 
Decided it was leaving its current home. Packed it's bag. And just started showing up.

I kept it.

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7Cats or dogs?  Empty Re: Cats or dogs? Sun Mar 27 2022, 18:48

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Dogs have owners. Cats have staff.

8Cats or dogs?  Empty Re: Cats or dogs? Sun Mar 27 2022, 18:54

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
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Another vote for dogs from me.

I can’t bloody stand cats. They like to shit in your garden and scrap and meow in the night and wake you up.

9Cats or dogs?  Empty Re: Cats or dogs? Mon Mar 28 2022, 00:38

Hip Priest

Hip Priest
Andy Walker
Andy Walker

Always cats for me. Had them all my life. Got just the one at the moment as Mrs. Priest won't let me have another one. I do love dogs but I always prefer them to be other people's dogs. Can't be doing with all the pointless and annoying barking and the daily "walkies" business. Having said that, the only dog I've ever owned was a Westie that my daughter got and then when she moved out the dog definitely didn't want to go with her. When we eventually had to say goodbye to her because she developed a tumour on her brain (she was 12) I absolutely wept buckets for weeks on end.

10Cats or dogs?  Empty Re: Cats or dogs? Mon Mar 28 2022, 10:28

wanderlust

wanderlust
Nat Lofthouse
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Bit of a binary choice this. I like cats and dogs and hamsters and guinea pigs and budgies and ferrets and pretty much all pets generically but I don't like pets with bad attitude, especially snappy little dogs.

11Cats or dogs?  Empty Re: Cats or dogs? Mon Mar 28 2022, 12:45

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

wanderlust wrote:Bit of a binary choice this. I like cats and dogs and hamsters and guinea pigs and budgies and ferrets and pretty much all pets generically but I don't like pets with bad attitude, especially snappy little dogs.
I don't like dogs who try to hump everything, from legs, to cushions. They always do it at the worst possible moment.
Farting dogs are a pain too. We used to have one who was a regular farter, but his reaction to it was to take it as some kind of personal affront, immediately grabbing the nearest cushion and shaking it to buggery.

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