10 Reasons Dogs Are Better Than CatsDevan McGuinness
I have made it no secret that I am by far more a ‘cat person‘ than a ‘dog person’. That doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate all the cute, awesome and cool things that make dogs loveable as well.
Since, I am trying to see both sides of the coin, I started thinking about our “man’s best friend” to see if I could come up with any reasons why they may be better than a cat. It was hard, if I’m being honest because I just don’t see how anything can come close to the awesomeness that is a cat, but I did come up with some reasons.
Click through to read 10 reasons why dogs are better than cats:
Always Happy 1 of 10It really is rare to see a grumpy dog, unlike cats where it's rare to see a happy one.
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Variety of Sizes 2 of 10There are a variety of different sizes so you can choose a breed that suits your family. Cats really just come in one size.
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Good Protectors 3 of 10Dogs are really good at protecting you. Whether it be from a fire, a thief any other harm, dogs will be there. Cats just look after themselves.
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Good Kisses 4 of 10Dogs give really sweet kisses and if you like slobber ones, they are good at that.
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No Litter Box 5 of 10Unlike cats who will always poop in your house, once dogs are trained they don't stink up your bathroom.
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They Like Water 6 of 10Cats hate water which can be not so much fun. Dogs on the other hand, love it.
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They Keep You Fit 7 of 10Dogs are better for keeping you in an active lifestyle. Cats sleep most of the time.
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They Think They Are Human 8 of 10One of the fun things about dogs is they really believe they are human and treat you just as them. Cats think they are better than us.
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You Can Train Them 9 of 10You can train a dog to sit, roll over, play fetch and more fun things. Cats don't care what you want them to do.
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They Don’t Usually Sit on your Stuff 10 of 10Dogs love to climb up on your lap and cuddle, but they are no where as annoying as cats are. Cats will sit on anything that has your attention where dogs are usually more respectful.
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