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@middlemamma wrote:I had one of these...he was totally confused. Dog trapped in a cat's body if I ever saw one. He chewed on stuff, fetched, came to the door when I came home. Totally confused.@GreenBlueberry wrote:I also had a cat that fetched. You threw him the ball, and he would "attack" it, bring it over, and drop it on your lap
Mine too! I have 2 Sphynx that greet me at the door when I come home from work, play fetch, have their own territory marked out on the bed to sleep with me, and one drops on the floor in the middle of the living room and rolls over every morning before I leave for work because she has to have one more belly rub!
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@westie42 wrote:Thanks to all who posted above. Now I feel completely justified in not liking cats. I've always thought they were stupid and temperamental and you have supplied all the proof I need. Cats are fine outdoors on a farm where they mite contribute something of value. I'll happily stick with my lovely odor free dogs.
Oder free dogs? I want one! I have three miniature schnauzers. If they can find it to roll in and stink, they will. If they can't do that they will fart and stink you out of the house. If not bathed every week they stink like..well like dogs. And their breath! Puppy breath awesome, doggie breath, where's the mints?!
I have dogs inside and outside, cats inside and outside. I refuse to chose! I love both!
And that is saying a lot because I have to take three allergy pills a day to have either one!
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