whats better, cats or dogs?
Cats are miles better. They’re ace, and they don’t make your house smelly. Theres the nagging suspicion they’re plotting to kill me in my sleep, but hey ho! Thats the risk you take
People with dogs – you may have blanked it out as you’re no doubt used to it, but your house smells like an open sewer in a South African Shanty town! Sorry, but that’s the way it isPosted 4 years agophilconsequenceMember
i’m having a fight with molly on facebook at the moment after he took an oatmeal cartoon personally
so which is the better pet, cats or dogs?
you gotta post a reason why though, or at least a photo, everyone loves photos of cats and dogsPosted 4 years agowillardMember
Dogs give you unconditional love and encourage you to have an active lifestyle. They are soulmates and your best friend and can be trained to find drugs, bombs or people hidden under debris or up mountains. They will also guard you and your loved ones if required and are loyal to the grave.
Cats are lovely if you want a low maintenance pet that will give you fuss when it wants it, but provides that added touch of risk for which you might get scratched.
Cats make better lolcat photos though.Posted 4 years ago
Anyone been bitten by a cat while out riding?? Thought not, so that makes cats a clear winner.
Yeah, but when I was a kid a cat’s ‘up yours, human’ paw swipe almost took my eye out… and it wasn’t even trying.
Cats would bite cyclists if they could be arsed running that fast/lying in wait.Posted 4 years ago
I think people underestimate how sociable cats are.
Our two can hear either of us at the front door and rush there to greet us when we come home. They follow us round the house (inc waiting by the bathroom door if you go to the Loo). One of then even comes when called no matter what he’s doing.Posted 4 years ago
I like cats better. Dogs are stupid and annoying, mostly. And not as soft. And you have to pick up their poo, they don’t bury it, in other peoples gardens, where the lettuce and rocket is planted.
And they bite kids.
Yeah, all the time, just none stop child biting. I’m out on the moors, turn my head for one moment, look back – there he is with a baby’s skull in his jaws, take it off him, throw it away, 2 seconds later he’s got it again. And don’t even get me started on walking through town on a busy saturday, bite bite bite bite bite bite, none stop child biting.Posted 4 years ago
they don’t bury it, in other peoples gardens, where the lettuce and rocket is planted.
I’ve had to put weed proof membrane on a neighbours flower beds (with plants poking through) to dissuade our cats from using it as a loo. All in the name of good neighbourly relations….Posted 4 years ago
Yeah, all the time
Look I wasn’t being serious with that, but as a kid I must’ve been bitten properly, with puncture wounds and blood, five or six times by random dogs when simply trying to get away from them, and only nipped once by a cat when I obviously pissed it off.Posted 4 years ago
That’s a high dog bite quota, molgrips
Yeah, the thing is you come into contact with dogs all the time, when out walking, at a car park, in cul de sacs, all over. And they have this aggression thing going on. Just last night when out running I saw two dogs being walked by their owners, they were both on leads of course but both of them kicked off at me. Never had a cat look like it wanted to attack me as I was just out and about…
Also never ridden though cat shit on the trails or sat in it on a picnic but that’s another issue.Posted 4 years ago
So they bite you. Fair enough then, but as a dog owner saying all dogs bite kids is like saying all fathers are like joseph fritzel or all men are rapists.
Some dogs bite (very small fraction, tiny), either as a result of previous mal treatment, or just some dogs are a bit mental in the head (poor breeding can be a big contribuer), but there’s often a clear sign before the event. Out of the blue bitings are very rare. Behind a biting dog is the irrespsonsability of people somewhere along the way. But then most violent criminals have given warnings along the way too.
EDIT: I’m wondering now following your other posts if you give off some kind of anti dog vibe, Can I borrow you and do some tests? You seem like a dog anger bomb.Posted 4 years ago
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