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  • View Poll Results: dogs or cats?
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    ...obviously cats
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    Dogs vs cats. Which are better?
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    Dogs obviously.

    Haters incoming...
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    *really wants to edit poll*

    But I like my purple username a lot, so I won't. :proud:

    (wanted to give cats 99999999 votes :yes:)
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    (Original post by UWS)
    Dogs obviously.

    Haters incoming...
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    Dogs
    but what happened to the poll. It only says cats. :hmmm:
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    Out of cats or dogs I'd think I would have to go with sloths
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    (Original post by Paracosm)
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    (Original post by UWS)
    lol :toofunny:
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    Absolutely dogs. I've not yet met someone who has successfully taken a cat for a walk...
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    Cats :yep:
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    Cats, DUH
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    Cats

    Though I love both and I've had both as pets in my life. I just feel like I understand cats more than I do dogs and feel a closer bond with them. Both make amazing companions though and I'm lucky to have had both in my life :yep:

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    (Original post by Spock's Socks)
    Cats

    Though I love both and I've had both as pets in my life. I just feel like I understand cats more than I do dogs and feel a closer bond with them. Both make amazing companions though and I'm lucky to have had both in my life :yep:

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    I thought this wouldn't even be a question for you :lol:
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    (Original post by Tempest II)
    Absolutely dogs. I've not yet met someone who has successfully taken a cat for a walk...
    I tried with mine when we first moved into the area so she could get a feel for the place before running out and getting lost or something, and she chewed apart her lead :laugh:
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    So sadists with a higher prevalence of aggressive and neurotic traits versus animals that have evolved close to us, and can understand our feelings and thoughts before we even say them

    There is a right answer here.
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    https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=...gument&f=false

    Solution is here

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    Dogs.

    I speak from the point of owning 3 cats.
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    Dogs. Someone needs to edit the poll.
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    Dunno what an obviously cat is, so I went for cats :emog:
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    Glad to see cats are obviously winning :teehee:
 
 
 
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