Do dogs and cats think differently? You bet they do. In some ways, they can be like men and women. Yes, I am speaking in general terms, but I think most of us agree that there are some differences in how men think vs. how women think. I think the same is true with dogs and cats.
One of our writers took a fun and creative look at “How Dogs Think Versus How Cats Think”.
She put her thoughts in writing and every time I read them it makes me smile. Here they are:
From the Dog’s Perspective
I knock myself out to please the leader of my pack. Day in and day out, I follow his lead; sit when I’m told to sit; eat when he lets me eat; sleep where he tells me to sleep; and go to the bathroom when he’s ready to take me for a walk.
And what do I ask from him in return? Just being able to shower my Leader with affection and attention, and to receive praise (and a few belly rubs) for a job well done. But my housemate, the cat, has absolutely no responsibilities.
From the Cat’s Perspective
He’s at it again. The barking. That constant barking during my daily naps. I don’t know what I dislike most about that dog – the barking, the foreign scent everywhere, his freakish need for approval and attention … or the baffling desire to eat my food and play in my litter box. Just what is he trying to prove?
Read the rest of the Cat’s Point of View. Go to: From The Cat’s Perspective …