You might happen to be a dog lover or a cat person but, you cannot deny this fact that they both happen to be the cutest pets one would want to own. Yes, definitely there are few stark differences observed between them right from their eating habits to their pattern of hunting their prey and also their approach to their masters. But, nevertheless, they share some similar traits too.
Both your furry friends enjoy eating. However, cats require to intake smaller and more frequent meals than dogs. It's important to thoroughly interpret your pet's nutritional needs. Consult a veterinarian to determine the perfect meal plan for your furry friend.
Coming to the claws, a dog has got a duller one as they are always out playing and hanging around, whereas the claws of a cat are sharper as they’re mainly climbers because of which they require it to catch hold of a plane surface while climbing.
Playtime with dogs and cats also differs. While many dogs enjoy a game of fetch, cats will often watch you toss a ball or tease them with ribbons; and then walk away, unwilling to join in on your game. For a cat, fun playtime mainly consists of pouncing on your feet when you're lying under the blanket with your feet out and sleeping. Cats are nocturnal animals, says the Animal Humane Society, and enjoy playing at night when your dog is most likely sleeping deep.
Dogs are pack members, and history records it that they have always worked in groups. Because of this, they see their pet parent as the pack leader, looking for direction and following it. A cat is more of a solitary hunter. They love to be independent, and often don't rely on their humans friends much except for their basic needs of food and a clean litter box.
Therefore, you can really find any such specific reason to dislike any one of them. They both embrace their own selves and so should we no matter how they behave.
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