How attached are cats to their owners?

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+8 1. Glubok commented 10 years ago

My hear is sooo broken by these little furry evils...
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+13 2. duvly commented 10 years ago

Now it's clear for me why i don't like cats...
You feed the cat and take care and all and in return the cat goes:"i'm pretty sure i saw this face somewhere"
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+7 3. Rexxae commented 10 years ago

I know they may not really like you as a person, but a cat still huddles up on you on the couch or something like that, which is nice.
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+5 4. 5ubZer0 commented 10 years ago

i always knew it! cats are selfish bitches much prefere dogs.. if they love u they would die for u!
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+5 5. orion commented 10 years ago

I never understood why people always bring this up when saying dogs are better. You just want an easy way out. Cats and dogs can't be compared directly, they are different. A dog is attached to you like a child - or a gullible and very forgiving companion. A cat is more like a roommate. You live together, but they are independent, you just coexist and try to benefit the most from the other. But that's not a bad thing either. It's actually more realistic - relationships are hard and you must constantly do stuff for people that don't appreciate it - parents of teenagers will agree with me here. But that doesn't mean you should say teenagers (or even hard to please partners) should be replaced with dogs.

Cats are a challenge. Dogs are an easy way out.

However, if you are insecure and need to feel loved and wanted, don't get a cat :)
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+23 6. cameramaster commented 10 years ago

Anybody who has ever "had" a cat could have told them this,and the reason as to why is very simple to explain, cat's don't have OWNERS they have STAFF.
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+10 7. Baliverne commented 10 years ago

And thats why I love cats lol. They don't give a shit.
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+4 8. Gorf commented 10 years ago

What a crap test. With the baby and the dogs, there was no interaction with the stranger when the "familiar face" come back in the room. The stranger was playing with the cat when the owner returned.
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+4 9. Pyranthos commented 10 years ago

With cats its much more hit or miss. My former cat would have displayed attachment, at least on par with the dog, but my current cat... Not so much.
Damn I miss that cat. :\
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+2 10. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

First of all... stop dangling stuff in front of the cat, and second of all my dog would have played with the stranger for hours, he is very social.

PS: I do have cats and dogs.
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+1 11. therob42 commented 10 years ago

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+2 12. boom commented 10 years ago

#5 cats are a challenge? so, opening a can of tuna is challenging for you? ::(|)
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+2 13. bella1 commented 10 years ago

Cats are like women
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-3 14. Judge-Jake commented 10 years ago

#1 what is your hear? Are you saying that these little evil(?) are affecting sound for you in a very negative way? :|
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+1 15. saywhat13 commented 10 years ago

but the downside to this for the animal ie dog..If you the owner does the dog. As it cannot now survive in the wild...Cats do...but we are not a cats owner just it guardian. see dog video posted a few days ago.
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+2 16. soggybee commented 10 years ago

Cats are descendant from solitary animals like leopard, puma etc.

Dogs are pack animals, they think you (the owner) is a member of the pack.

And cats and dogs are not babies. So that's totally redundant.

And yea what #6 said.
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+1 17. JohhnyOK commented 10 years ago

This test is stupid....+1 Gorf.. this is love lol
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0 18. boom commented 10 years ago

#5 cats are a challenge? so, opening a can of tuna is challenging for you? ::(|)
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0 19. Natan_el_Tigre commented 10 years ago

#15 At least until, as #16 hinted at, the dog becomes part of a pack: