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...Facing America right now. It certainly is a real problem in our home. Just trying to bring this dark, ugly truth to the light.

http://www.edisproduction.de/2013/10/16 ... -dog-beds/

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I came across that yesterday. Hilarious. I love how entitled the cats usually look while the dogs are stressing about getting their spots back. The also are acting aloof.


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Cats rule the household, dogs are just dumb enough to think that they're the ones in charge. 8)

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I told y'all cats are compete pieces of you know what, this is why I make it a point to kick my cat at least once a day, and wish a drunk driver on grumpy cat.

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Somebody blow up Throwdown's house in real life. (After taking the cat out of it first.)

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Bahaha great video. Some of those dogs are so upset.

I love both cats and dogs, but dogs are obviously the better pet :p

Cats are just too smart to be pets.


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Cats are just too smart to be pets.


That's a negative how?

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Somebody blow up Throwdown's house in real life. (After taking the cat out of it first.)


Please leave the cat in there too, he's the antichrist.

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Please leave the cat in there too, he's the antichrist.


Good. I hope he makes it hard for you to fall asleep at night.

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My dog does that sometimes. I got a cold nose on my rib cage at 3am when he tried to sneak on the bed and under the covers.

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My dog will keep hitting me to get under the covers, boys weird.

But I like him better than my cat.

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So you both admit dogs are more annoying. Good.

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Nah, at least you know the dog has some love for you, therefore he's your boy.

Cats just secretly hate everyone, and plot on world domination, as depicted in this video that Aros posted, they're starting one dog bed at a time.

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RolandDeschain wrote:
JGfromtheNW wrote:
Cats are just too smart to be pets.


That's a negative how?


I grew up in a home that had a lot of pets from the time I was about 4 until 18 and then have always lived (until this July) with roommates who have cats, dogs or both. I'm not saying I'm an expert, but I am familiar with their general personalities.

Really, it depends on what someone wants out of a pet if intelligence can be a negative thing.

Cats are far more independent and only social when they want to be. I think a lot of their behavior has to do with being more intelligent than dogs (in certain areas). Cats are far more sensitive to mistreatment and/or abuse and are smart enough to develop resentment towards an owner. Not to mention if they are outside cats, they can survive pretty much all on their own with limited contact with it's owners.

Dogs show unconditional love and pretty much only want to please their owners. They generally want to be with their owners as much as possible and the majority of dogs through their first handful of years get intense anxiety when their owners leave. Yes, dogs can be sensitive to mistreatment/abuse, but they generally don't take it as harshly as cats. Dogs are either too dumb to remember or are too dumb to forgive.

That's the only way I could see the intelligence being a negative.


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So you both admit dogs are more annoying. Good.


Incorrect. Cats think they're the boss, of all things, even humans. Cat tried to punk me off a spot on the couch once. Cat learned how to fly.

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I wish that cat had clawed your eyes out, Sac!

JG: I agree, it depends on what you want out of a pet. Personally, I don't want a retarded animal that will still hump my leg if I beat it with a baseball bat. Not that I ever would, but I just don't like blind loyalty in any form whether it's people we're discussing, or pets.

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RolandDeschain wrote:
I wish that cat had clawed your eyes out, Sac!

JG: I agree, it depends on what you want out of a pet. Personally, I don't want a retarded animal that will still hump my leg if I beat it with a baseball bat. Not that I ever would, but I just don't like blind loyalty in any form whether it's people we're discussing, or pets.


Bahaha! Understandable.


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In our earlier years we had cat and dog both. They slept in the same bed under a dressing table for years. Both about the same size,,small dog, pretty big cat.

One night we had just turned the light out and the dog started growling. Turned the bedroom light back on and here was the dog in the bed laying down, the cat with one foot just getting ready to put it in the bed. Dog growling very clearly telling her not to enter.

And that was it after 3 or 4 years of them both using the bed only the dog slept in it from that day on. Not sure where the cat slept after that.

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In our earlier years we had cat and dog both. They slept in the same bed under a dressing table for years. Both about the same size,,small dog, pretty big cat.

One night we had just turned the light out and the dog started growling. Turned the bedroom light back on and here was the dog in the bed laying down, the cat with one foot just getting ready to put it in the bed. Dog growling very clearly telling her not to enter.

And that was it after 3 or 4 years of them both using the bed only the dog slept in it from that day on. Not sure where the cat slept after that.


Nice!!!

My dog loves cats, but for some reason cant stand MY cat, I got a picture somewhere of my cat a kitten laying on my dogs back, he wasn't too happy in these pictures.

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Here's what Bella, our 10-year-old 70-pound Boxer girl has to put up with. Meet Stanley, the 5-pound cat who thinks Bella's bed is a better fit for him.

You can see the look of resignation on Bella's face.


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I found the picture...

Home boy needed a hair cut in that.


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Cats rule and dogs drool.



(we have one of each .. Kitty is the princess in the household)


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Cats rule and dogs drool.

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