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  1. Karen K.
    April 7, 2015 @ 6:04 am

    Where it shows Round 9 and asks which is more destructive well, I have to say both are. Cats with their clawing and dogs with their chewing. I have had both dogs and cats all my life and my cat now listens better than my dog. When I tell my cat no she’ll back talk me and walk away. When I tell my dog no, he’ll try to do it anyway. And that “do it” covers a lot of ground. lol


  2. Lloyd
    April 5, 2015 @ 6:11 pm

    I have had dogs and cats all my life and loved them both,,, Dogs require more care than cats…. I f you want to go away for a weekend and can not take pets with you,,, there is a problem with dogs… You have to get someone to look after them or take to kennel… With cats,,, just make sure they have enough food to last,, give them some water and put down a frozen bowel of water to melt for them as they finish other water.. and leave a clean cat litter pan and they are all set for a few days…


  3. Love
    April 5, 2015 @ 5:14 pm

    Dogs and cats are both winners, because they are both God’s amazing creation. I agree with the message. This is a great and cool video!


  4. Helen Knittel
    April 5, 2015 @ 1:40 pm

    I am a cat person. No walks in terrible weather, no dirty paw prints, smaller, quieter, very cuddly, no baths (at least for shorter-hair breeds), no torn-up sofas, pillows, etc. while away from home. One can leave for a day or two without worry–just leave food, water, and a clean litter pan. However, you are not their master; you are their staff–not good for a control freak.


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