Definitely cat for me. They don't shed as bad, they don't smell, you don' have to let them outside to poop or pee, they usually live longer, they have less health issues, they leave you alone as long as you leave them alone, they don't jump on you/lick you as bad, they don't "hump" you, their breath isn't bad, they are less expensive to care for, they don't bark. :-)Answer Question
Asked by SweetLoveofMine at 2:55 AM on Oct. 3, 2010 inLevel 29 (40,610 Credits)
Answer by SarahLeeMorgan at 3:10 AM on Oct. 3, 2010
Both for me we have a boxer a massif, a schnauzer and a cat.
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Answer by mpeada at 9:16 AM on Oct. 3, 2010
We have both ... three kitties and dog. All four shed A LOT but that is mostly because the air stays so dry in the house. Let me tell, my cats, especially Diva Luckie are VERY vocal. For such a small kitty, she has a very BIG voice! Then we have the scratching and clawing ... carpet, furniture, the walls.
OMG! When my Bud or B-ball goes to the potty box ... THEY comes running out trying to hide from it!! Whew! FUNKY!
Pepper, our dog, is every bit the diva as Luckie. She has to follow Daddy wherever he goes and that includes the bathroom.
Both have good and bad points. I wouldn't trade any of ours. The are our kids in furry PJs (my sister's saying) and we treat them as such. We have very well behaved (totally spoiled) critter-kids.
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