The (fun)damental differences between dogs and cats

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It’s funny, you know … People often ask if I’m a dog or a cat person, to which I respond: “I’m a dog person but I love watching cats, I just don’t like touching them.”

It seems that it’s a rare breed of human who can love both dogs and cats. And it’s not surprising, really: dogs and cats are fundamentally different in nature and especially personality.

One of the YLC gang shared this gallery with me the other day and I don’t think I’ve ever seen the difference between dogs and cats so succinctly illustrated as in these funny comics.

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There’s more of these funny dogs versus cats comics on www.boredpanda.com

So, are you a dog or a cat person? Why?

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    I thought the difference between dogs and cats was obvious: dogs have masters, cats have servants.


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