It's practically impossible to find a good place to put the litter box in a small house. You only have to pick up the poop, not the urine the way you have to do with litter boxes.
Best of all, the poop and pee happen outdoors, not inside your home! Photo © Ryan McKay / Getty Images There's only so much play you can do with your cat.
Photo © Frank Tagline/Getty Images Cats are usually sensitive to their environments and dislike change. Many dogs tend to accept change more easily, especially when their owners act like it's no big deal.
Of course, there are plenty of anxious and fearful dogs out there, but as a species, they're often calmer in the face of significant alterations to their lifestyles. When it comes to introducing new people, pets, or items to your home or moving to a new house, cats generally need more time to adapt.
If you're cool and calm when that new baby comes in your door, chances are that your dog will be, too. Photo © TheGiantVermin on Flickr Try to control a cat and you might hear the tiny sound of kitty laughter.
Then there are those hairballs, which are most easily found when you're barefoot in the middle of the night. Try putting a cat in a crate or behind a closed door and you'll have one unhappy kitty.
Corrective training and a stern voice can have a lot of power over a dog. Try this with the average cat and you'll be lucky if he glances in your direction while continuing to do whatever he was doing.
Photo by Scott Barbour / Getty Images Okay, cats can technically be trained, but even cat lovers admit that it's not usually as easy as training a dog. Plus, many dogs are highly motivated by food and attention.
They'll gladly sit, stay, shake, lie down, and roll over in exchange for a delicious reward. Dogs seem to display a sense of pride when they've done a good job.
Photo © Action on Flickr It's not in a cat's nature to defend you or your home. On the other hand, most dogs will instinctively protect their owners and their territory.
They'll bark or growl to alert you to the presence of strangers, and many will even scare off intruders. Dogs can sense our fear, and they'll respond if they think we feel threatened.
It's true that cats have an important place in animal-assisted therapy, but they're generally not as well-suited to other types of work the way dogs are. Dogs have been helping people just about as long as they've been on earth.
They were working on farms as herders and drovers hundreds of years ago. Today, many dogs still work on farms, and they serve even more noble purposes.
They act as service dogs, guiding the blind, assisting the handicapped, helping the police and military, participating in search-and-rescue efforts, and comforting the sick. Some dogs can even detect seizures and sniff out cancer.
Some people have been known to walk their cats through the neighborhood on harnesses, but that's not the norm. The great thing is that we can make them part of our own exercise routines.
Many dogs make wonderful hiking companions. Decisions, Decisions Photo © Photo disc / Getty Images There are different breeds of cats, but many of them don't vary a lot in shape and size.
Sure, you have your giant Maine Coon and your uniquely-coated Devon Rex, but most house cats are mixed breeds, sometimes called doggies.” It's hard to believe that a tiny little Yorkie is the same species as the huge Great Dane.
Would you like a herding dog with endless energy or a cuddly lapdog? True Love Photo © LaCoppola-Meier/Getty The term “man's best friend” exists for a good reason.
Dogs have been the faithful companions and loyal helpers of the human race throughout history. I think it's fair to say that a dog's human is the center of his universe.
Cats and dogs can learn to live happily together. So definitely I am not one of those dog lovers who consider cats as overly independent, aloof and selfish.
As a pet owner and vet, I love all animals but If I have to choose only one species to live with, it’s needless to say dogs would be the winners” (Please don’t say this to my kitties!). Though I can justify it with hundreds of reasons, here I have listed only a few of the important, undeniable facts.
Researchers suggest that the bonding of dog and human is more similar to that of a parent and child. Cats are as affectionate as dogs but when comparing with “dog love” they can’t come closer.
Dogs wouldn’t ruin your house with piles of vomit, and they do not need to litter boxes. Like cats, They wouldn’t run around the home searching the jingle ball.
On sensing potential dangers, even the small teacup dog breeds who can’t stand against an intruder will try to keep you safe by doing their best. No matter how busy you are, your dog would not let you skip the morning walking sessions.
Playing with dogs has been proved to relieve stress among all age groups. If properly trained, your dog can even imitate your yoga poses.
You can walk with a giant dog and boss around, or you can dress a teacup cutie humiliatingly and take him out for leisure. It’s the reason why we train dogs to detect everything from drugs to bombs and even cancer.
The accuracy of dogs detecting the lung, ovarian and prostate cancer rates are proven to reach as high as 99%. They bring purpose to every life especially to the elderly people and those who have lost their loved ones.
Apparently, it gives them a strong urge to live and love their life. When a dog sees an owner in a sad mood, he will definitely try to entertain or soothe the pain by doing tricks.
Dogs act as a medium through which you can quickly establish social connections. Walking leisurely with a dog often leads to more interactions, you can meet and create a bond with many new people.
When they sense you are stressed or bothered, they will start doing tricks and make you laugh. Studies suggest that dog owners laugh more often than the rest of the people.
If you ask, why dogs are betterthancats, try to train a top brilliant cat and your dog. But in the case cat, you will either hear kitty laughter or see them disappearing to the place where they please.
Whenever your dog sees a postman arriving at your doorsteps or suspect a trespasser to break into your home or sense some danger to you or your family member, he will show that through barking. Cats just don’t care about the things going around; they make noise only when they need something, or you give something for them.
When you go somewhere, leaving your dog alone, they will desperately wait for your arrival until you return. Cats just don’t care whether you are alive or dead as long as their tummy and bowels are full.
Regardless of the breed, every trained dog will happily respond to the comments. If your dog refuses to obey suddenly, instead of yelling at him with a high-pitched voice, try to find out the reason for why he acts so.
You can train your dog to obey the written iPod commands like sit, run, come, etc. If you are still not convinced of the fact, dogs are betterthancats, I bet, you will accept it with the next point.
Dogs happily engage with the tasks that involve with leading blinds, locating bombs and criminals at a crime scene, finding survivors during a disaster and so on. Because of their social nature, dogs have been identified to grow more intelligently over time.
Recently a dog in Chile made the headlines worldwide for breastfeeding a malnourished 2-year-old orphan child. If you train them properly, your dog can buy you stuff or pick up a newspaper from the nearest shop.
Generally, training sessions are alone enough to answer the question, why dogs are betterthancats. When you are sick, ill or injured, your dog will understand your pain.
He won’t stay relaxed until he sees you getting healthy enough to throw his tennis balls again. When it comes to accommodating the changes like moving to a new place or introducing new people or new pets into the home, dogs quite easily accept it when their owner behaves like it is no big deal.
Cats don’t trust anyone automatically by just taking cues from their owners. It’s kind of cute when your dog accompany you while searching for something that is lost.
You don’t need to cut short your shopping session just because of a complaining tag along. When you take your dog for rides, he will happily sit next to you in another seat even for long hours.
No matter how playful your dog may be, they know how to be gentle and soft with a new little family member. Dogs if properly trained can assist the elderly, can help senior citizens with any vision troubles.
Dogs can be the best friends for those who are enjoying their retired life from work. The companionship of dogs have been proven to reduce stress, tension, lowers blood pressure and can help you through your recovery (a feeling that your pet is waiting for you in your bed side in the subconscious of the owner will be a great motivator, after all mind and heart is important for recovery) and most of all gives a sense of companionship.
Dogs are amazing in filling the space with loss of dear ones. We can see people who have coped up with their loss of loved ones by bringing in a pet dog and raise them in their lost one’s memory.
Dog’s tend to listen when you speak so it would be nice to have them to pour your feelings out. With this piece of post, let’s put a full stop to the age-old question of why dogs are betterthancats.
Starting before Die and Garfield feuded over the affection of their owner Jon. There are a lot of opinions swirling around in the mix of claws, jaws, and fur when it comes to this debate.
They even took it one step further and mummified their beloved pet cats to take the journey with them into the afterlife. Cats were adopted from the wild for their abilities to hunt rodents that disrupted crops and home life.
The species has an intrinsic ability to stalk prey and pounce, striking to kill with their sharp claws and teeth. Many animal behaviorists actually theorize that cats are nocturnal and since domestication, have adopted to our habits.
According to the American Pet Products Association (APA), there are 47.1 million households that own at least one cat. Dogs are first believed to have been domesticated around 15,000 years ago in Central Asia around modern day Nepal and Mongolia.
It is theorized that friendly Eurasian gray wolves actually approached humans first. Scientists believe that because humans wiped out other large mammals during the time period, dogs were spared because of their charm.
They helped herd livestock, hunt, guard homes, and use their noses for police work. They also believed that the Mexican Hairless dog, or Axolotl, led the soul to the underworld.
Dogs have appeared in myth, folklore, and regions countless times showing their kinship with humankind. Participants who owned a dog, cat, both, or none were surveyed to see how frequently humans laugh and what provoked the laughter.
This prompted another study conducted by the Department of Psychology at Eastern Kentucky University. It’s no surprise that they found that people laugh most at dogs when they fail some aspect of playing.
If you throw a dog a ball, and they trip in the process, we all burst out laughing. Laughing reduces stress and gives you a higher quality of life.
Our dogs are partners with us and help us to laugh making them better than the grumpy cat equivalent. Harvard University partnered with other academic institutions around the world to publish a series of studies scientifically proving how dogs provide human-to-human friendships.
Dog owners were found to be 60% more likely to get to know their neighbors through a pet related connection. There are also have been numerous studies showing dog ownership makes you seem more approachable and friendly.
With a process called imprinting dogs are able to sniff out different chemicals present in ovarian cancer. Researchers spread the scents gathered from an ovarian tumor on a blanket.
But after a few whines and earnest looks from Fido we take a nice healthy walk around the neighborhood. A study published in the National Institute of Health showed that older people with dogs covered an average distance of a mile daily.
A study out of the University of Tokyo showed that cats actually do know their name and have the ability to come when called. They determined cats could recognize their owner’s voice and identified with their given name.
10% of cats involved in the study displayed behavior of responsiveness when called. Animal behaviorists theorize that because cats were used as independent creatures to hunt rats the strong bond didn’t develop the way it has with dogs.
Dogs can be trained to sit, shake, lay down, play dead, roll over, and even open doors. Dogs are saving the world one potentially asthmatic kid at a time.
No matter where you put the thing, or what kind of litter you use, it still has a lingering smell. A dog training center in London now offers a class called iPad Masterclass.
The trainers focus dogs on taking their own selfies and doodling. Dogs use their noses to swipe the screen to take candid shots of themselves for Instagram.
Dogs are also being trained to recognize and respond to typical commands written on an iPad. The dog reads the command ‘sit” and then loyally takes a seat.
All kidding aside, we at Splash and Dash Groomer & Boutique love all animals of every shape and size. Although we at Dog Notebook don’t like to take sides as we love all animals equally, we do recognize certain benefits of having a canine friend over those bouncy but sly little fur balls that are cats.
Although this one is often debated, the majority of animal lovers consider dogs to be smarter and more brisk than cats. Despite the fact that cats can do some seriously awesome stunts and jumps, dogs are overall much easier to train, teach them new tricks, and you don’t exactly see them falling into fish tanks all the time.
You’ve probably seen our feline friends falling off couches, bookshelves, or running into glass doors. Namely, if you are a single male person and happen to have a cute pooch, make sure you go out and about with your dog as often as possible as our 4-legged canine friend is quite a chick-magnet.
Unlike most cats that are busy fighting with crumpled tissues and chasing non-existent stuff around the house, there some pretty tech-savvy dogs out there that are learning how to recognize and respond to written commands on an iPad. “City Dog”, a London-based company, offers sessions via their dog clinic to train your pooch how to take snaps of himself by swiping his nose over the screen.
You don’t always feel like walking your dog and taking him outside, especially on cold, snowy or rainy weather, but these little chores can help you become far more active, diligent and industrious. It is particularly beneficial to older people with dogs who are then covering an average daily distance of approximately 1 mile.
Not only do they work in the military, fire department, police or guide the blind, several American universities are currently training Golden Retrievers and German Shepard's to sniff out ovarian cancer. While cats are also proven to provide a significant amount of comfort themselves, dogs have won this category as well, fair and square.
Dogs can sense when you are sad or stressed, they will lay down by your side in order to comfort you and ease the pain, and they won’t give up until you are feeling better again. As they can sense diseases, they have also been known to recognize which family member has health or mental issues and comfort them.
Exposure to dog dust (the dried flakes of skin that fall from your pooch), may prevent your kid from developing allergies and asthma later in life by altering intestinal bacteria. “Perhaps early life dog exposure introduces microbes into the home that somehow influence the gut microbiome, and change the immune response in the airways.
Early life exposure to dogs, and cats to a lesser extent, can protect against allergic sensitization, and this has been shown in epidemiological studies”, says Susan Lynch, an associate professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Although there have been examples of feline fur balls being trained to certain levels like using a real toilet instead of a litter box, but these cases are considered to be rather rare and outside the norm for our cat friends.
A vast majority of dog breeds are excellent at guarding homes from strange people who are not welcome in your backyard. A cat, no matter how cruel and badass she is to other pets, namely dogs, is never going to kick out and bark off potential burglars.
A black Labrador named Tucker was may be a stray dog once, roaming the streets of Seattle, but he is now one of the most famous pooches around the globe. Tucker has become an unexpected canine star as he is able to find and track the scent of orca scat, or feces, in open ocean water, up to a mile away.
Of course, you do have to clean up after your pooch has done his business, especially in the streets, parks, beaches or other crowded places, but it is not a difficult task, AND you can get a nod of approval from other people present at the crime scene. Cats can be trained some, but once they bore they’ll swat the treat out of your hand and run off with it.
Even the tiniest of dogs have heart, and their audible bark is enough to make some burglars go break into someone else’s home. They’ll tilt their heads, trying to understand every one of your words while trying to make you feel better when you’re sad.
Dogs are such social creatures that their relaxed owners tend to have lower blood pressure and longer lifespans, even when living alone, as compared to those who don’t own any pets at all. Walking is a low-impact form of cardio that does wonders for your legs, low back, and midsection.
You can fill your tiny apartment with the relentless heart of a Chihuahua or let majestic Great Pyrenees roam your mansion. The discerning noses of dogs make them very useful in all kinds of crime-fighting applicants, whether it’s manhunts for fugitives, finding missing kids, or sniffing out bombs.
Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania are actually training German Shepard's and Golden Retrievers how they can sniff out ovarian cancer. Kids that get exposure to ‘dog dust’ might have lower risks of developing asthma and allergies later in their life.
Dog dust looks like it has microbes which influence how many immune cells wind up responding to allergens. Finding the ideal spot for a litter box is also problematic in a small home.
It’s only necessary to pick up their poop, but cat owners have to deal with urine in litter boxes. Cat owners could probably point out a few reasons why cats are betterthandogs, but they’re too busy pulling dead mice out of their slippers.
Many people think that a cat is more exotic and fancy, but I am here to inform you that you shouldn’t believe a word those crazy cat lovers say because dogs make the world go round here are 10 reasons why dogs are better than cats. You can train a dog better than a cat.
There are a lot of things cats will jump up on that dogs won’t. The cat I had for a month would NOT get off my computer keyboard.
I’ve also seen cats up on kitchen counters. Cats don’t care how you feel, as long as you remember where the can opener is.
Cats will quietly sneak out the back door. Dogs think you're the best person in the world even if you are grumpy, when you come home from school or work your Dogs will be there licking your face and jumping around, and they can't wait to see you, while cats don’t notice if you are there or not as long as they get their food.
When you talk to dogs they will make faces and tilt there head and try to work out what your saying while cats just meow and walk away. I hope you agree with the above reasons if you have anything to add to the list or disagree with one of them just comment below.
In Pet AnimalsAnimals Pictures, animals zone, cats, Cool, dogs, Wild Animal Own a pet and spent $95.7 billion on them in 2019, the debate between cats and dogs is one that will likely continue until the end of time.
Today, in times of forced sheltering in place, the companionship of these furry friends (whether canine or feline) is of great comfort, with animal shelters nationwide seeing a sharp jump in the number of pet adoptions. Here are three arguments why dogs make better companions and three arguments why felines as pets are the “cat’s pajamas.” Dogs love to play (and work) While you can play with some cats, nothing measures up to the sheer, infectious joy your dog shows for playtime.
Inside or outside, dogs are always eager to join any game and will happily play with kids and adults for hours on end. And, unlike cats, dogs can play interactively; they’ll catch a ball and bring it back to you.
So, unlike cats, dogs are more likely to be happy wherever their owner is and will therefore better handle relocating to new places. Whereas cats will typically run off and hide at the first sense of danger, dogs will stay around out of duty and loyalty, protecting and defending you against any threats to your safety.
In their excited bid for attention, dogs nails scratch clothes and their drool soils them (which is just as unwelcome for owners as it is for guests.) Plus, cats aloofness means you (and your guests) won’t need to give them constant attention.
Not even the most ardent dog lover can deny that their furry companion has a distinctly strong odor, which often remains on clothes, furniture and in cars after they’ve gone. Even when cats do protest, their meows or hisses are usually not as loud as barks and can’t be heard from the neighbor’s house.
There’s also an added benefit of your cat’s low-decibel purring is that it’s been shown to reduce stress levels and blood pressure, among other things. The Bottom Line : Both cats and dogs make wonderful pets for different reasons.
Which type of furry companion to you prefer to live with, especially in times of stress and uncertainty ? Most homeowners prefer keeping dogsthancats because they make ideal pets due to their unique qualities.
House dogs are effective and offer better protection than burglar alarms. Dogs protect us from not only thieves but also from disasters like fire.
Several incidences have been highlighted where dogs have rescued its owner by pulling them out of the fire. A trained dog can help with work around the house like picking up small objects using his mouth.
Owning a dog is like having a loyal friend to talk to, to laugh with and taking short walks in the evening. Even though dogs can be annoying at times when they bark without any reason waking you up at night as compared to cats that do not make loud sounds.
The positive side of keeping a dog is that they can be persistent especially when the owner is in danger. Compared to cats, a dog’s sense of smell can be of benefit to humans compared to cats ; dogs can be trained to use simple gadgets and respond to cretin commands installed in various gadgets to perform certain tasks.
A trained dog will wag his tail, when and bark with anxiety hours before the seizure occur. Dogs have been proven helpful animal compared to cats ; studies reveal that when children are exposed to dog dust and early age, their risk of developing allergies or asthma significantly reduces compared to when children are exposed to cats.
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Written by Christina Donnelly When deciding to get a pet, it may be a difficult decision about whether to choose a cat or a dog. Cats have many favorable traits, including their ease of care, cleanliness, and adorable antics, making them a wonderful pet for any family.
Cats, however, are perfectly content lounging, napping, and playing with their toys at home alone while you work the day away. Not only are cats much safer indoors, but they're perfectly happy perched next to a window or curled up in a sunny spot on the couch.
Simply crack a window for some fresh air (but make sure it's not open wide enough for kitty to escape), and your cat will be totally content watching birds and bugs all day long. Susan Sheldon/Eye/Getty Images Both puppies and kittens require an incredible amount of time, energy, and attention.
Between getting, it comfortable in its new home, introducing it to its new diet, and starting some preliminary training, you may be a little sleep-deprived during the first few weeks with your new pup or kitten. It'll keep the kitty wrangled in one safe space and, due to its smaller size, it won't be able to cause much (if any) damage from being contained.
GK Hart/Nikki Hart/Getty Images While it may be a little weird that your cat pees and poops in strategically placed boxes all over your house, cleaning out a litter box is far easier than having to take walks late at night, during scorching summer days, or through freezing snow, all while scooping up dog poop with a plastic bag over your hand. Although house cats aren't necessarily being hunted by predators, humans can reap the benefits of neat, clean, and completely covered waste.
You may want to groom it with a brush every once in a while and definitely clip its nails as needed, but otherwise, cats do a very good job of keeping themselves clean. Tom One/Picture Press/Getty Images Sometimes after a long, stressful day at work, you may not be in the mood to have a dog at your heels, following you around the house, nudging you to play fetch.
While cats may get a bad rap for being cold or distant, they really just understand (and appreciate) the concept of personal space. Cats don't require your constant attention or energy, which will give you plenty of opportunities to sit and relax after a long work week.
Like the Brady’s, our kitties bunked together, fought frequently over who got to use the clubhouse, and shared a single bathroom. 2) Though socially unacceptable in the United States, it’s not illegal to kill and eat your felines if facing starvation.
For the amount it takes to raise a kid, you could adopt well over a dozen kitties and gain yourself an official title: Ailurophilia. And if you go overboard, you’ll end up in a shit-filled hovel that serves as a giant litter box for your zillions of kitties and the star of the next episode of Hoarders.
So stick with just a couple of felines and buy yourself a nifty sports car instead. 4) Annual day care expenses for infants and young children can range from $4000 to $10,000 per year.
For $29.95, I’m Entertained All Day Long (image via http://www.catfancygifts.com)5) If one of your cats mysteriously disappears, people will say this, “WWW, so sorry Fluffy ran away. You must be so sad.” Not this: “M’am at the time of Fluffy’s disappearance, do you have an alibi for your whereabouts?” Or this: “Neighbors reported hearing you shout, ‘Bad kitty!’ several times the night before Fluffy disappeared.
6) When your cat is whiny and uncontrollable in the car, you can lock it up in a cage. Apparently, this practice is frowned upon in at least 47 states when children are involved.
No, You Can’t Do This (Image via ad freak.blog.com)7) Cats are unable to verbalize their complaints about what all the other felines in the neighborhood are allowed to eat, watch, play with, or how late they’re permitted to stay out. 8) Kids beg for expensive sneakers, video games, designer purses and cars.
Cats beg for that little piece of gristle that you spit out onto your plate. Likewise, it is illegal to get your kid high in order to give them an “attitude adjustment.” Not so with felines.
12) If you pet your kid for a half hour straight, you’re a pedophile. 13) With children, there’s no way to really use and enjoy all the skin and hair they shed on a daily basis.
A cat’s fur, on the other hand can be culled, woven into yarn, then knitted into a lovely sweater that leaves a nearly invisible carbon footprint paw print. Moreover, it only takes about 24 cat skins to make a coat, which means that Mr. Buttons can live forever…on your back.
They are either hungry, thirsty, in pain, locked in a closet or desiring attention. 15) Cats don’t attend college or technical school, nor do they take dance classes, gymnastics, or piano lessons.
This means now after school carpools for you, nor will you be forced to spend your weekends watching little Jimmy misses the hoop again. You’ll totally stretch it out.” The bigger your lap and belly, the happier your cat.
17) Unlike children, cats don’t hog the television. You will never have to listen to a purple dinosaur sing songs about loving everyone, nor will you learn what an Elmo is, why it talks so much and why you have to wait in a line outside Walmart on Thanksgiving to acquire one for your child.
(Image via fanpop.com)18) Cats don’t watch porn, so keep yours lying around if you like. 19) Cats won’t steal your Vicodin and Valium, but make sure you don’t leave the lunch meat out on the counter.
Of course, this means that you will forever be dumber than a fifth grader since you won’t be relearning all that stuff you studied in grammar school. A cat’s only currency consists of bouncy balls, mousies, toys involving a stick, a string and a collection of feathers, and a small stash of catnip.
It is acceptable (meaning: preferred) for a cat be naked throughout the day. It is illegal for your child to run around in the buff once he or she is in grade school, so don’t try to avoid the whole allowance thing by refusing to buy your kid pants.
(Image via Lowes.com)27) Average cost for a funeral for a human: Approximately $7500. 28) Your teenager practically never wants to curl up in your lap, rub his face against your calf or nuzzle your cheek.
30) The jury is out on whether having children increases your lifespan, but studies have proven that owning a cat can ensure that you spend another two or more years on this planet. (Image via petsugar.com)32) Cats won’t drink your vodka while you’re away and then fill the bottle up with water to hide their deception.
Not only will a cat capture any small creature that wanders into its territory, it will also toy with it, kill it and then leave it in a convenient place for you to find for disposal purposes. Granted, that convenient place might be your pillow, but at least you won’t be surprised by a cockroach running across your toes in the middle of the night.
The kind who is hoarding canned food and weapons because he thinks the world is going to end on December 21rst. (Image via pawnation.com)35) You don’t have to carry a kitten around in your belly for nine months.
Plus, if you wait until the kitten is weaned, the hardest thing you’ll have to do is teach it to use a litter box. 36) If your cat overhears you and your partner having sex, it won’t scar them for life.
Nor will they tell all their friends at school, your neighbors and your in-laws that Mother likes to call Father her “Throbbing Horn dog Stallion.” 39) If your teenager is pissed at you, the retail therapy involved to keep her from moping, whining and complaining about the next week could be expensive.
If Tabby is ticked off at you, you need merely to open a 99 cent can of tuna fish and the purring will commence. Breeding cats is easier than Ashton Butcher garnering Twitter followers.
Giving up the booze and the smokes for a whole nine months is a LONG time. (Image via ugoto.com) This post is dedicated to Mariah Carrington Lewis.