If you’ve ever met a cat, you probably noticed something special about them. Maybe they had beautiful blue eyes, or a perky nature that caught your attention from the moment you saw them. Or maybe you noticed that their fur was longer than most cats’ and it made them look even more cuddly. Either way, it couldn’t have been easy for this felisetiger to leave home—especially with her short coat and shy nature. Luckily, there are many reasons why cats are better than dogs! Cats can sense danger better than other animals and more than that, they smell it! Not just any smell—they smell like freedom! When cat owners first discover how much freedom their feline friends have to lose when they leave home, they are immediately overcome with desire to adopt one. But what is the appeal of having a pet at all? Can’t we just be happy without having to worry about finding someone to take care of us?! Well, yes and no at the same time. There are some benefits to being an animal lover as well as a pet owner that cannot be denied. Read on for 10 hilarious reasons why cats are better than dogs.
Cats are Hilarious And Will Make You Laugh
Any time you see a cat on TV or in a picture gallery, you are immediately transported to another world. The pictures, the images, the words: it all feels like home! In fact, many cat owners find themselves thinking of their own photos and displaying them on their walls. That is because cat pictures are so surreal, they are almost too much to take in. Luckily, the world is full of stunning images of living felines and it is not long before you feel as though you’ve seen them all. It’s like being in the presence of some truly amazing art.
Cats Are Intelligent And Self-aware
We are all made of money, dear reader, and there is always the small matter of how much of it you are going to spend. If you decide to get a cat, you don’t just cha-cha-cha with her—you cuddle up next to her, you pet her, you marvel at her beauty, and you ask yourself what it would take to have a friend like her. No matter what your circumstances are, one thing is certain: if you have a cat, you are in good hands.
They Have Big Brown Eyes That Are Skilled At Recognizing Scents
Most of us have an odd collection of “flavor words” that we associate with certain scents. For example, someone who loves candles might describe them as “lush, sweet, and warm,” while someone who likes scents stronger, like rosemary, might describe them as “earthy, spicy, and Musk.” If you have a cat, you might also notice that her brown eyes are “sneaky” and “s Dark.” These become more visible when she is hiding in the shadows. It is not unusual for people to walk into a room with a suspicious eye on them, and then come to learn that their pet cat is lying in wait.
Why Does the World Tease With Cats?
This one has to be discussed for the list of the top reasons why you should adopt a cat! It all comes down to being a responsible pet owner. Cats are very responsible animals, and they will clean their own food bowl, nap, and eat their bedewals ( Ranking the Best Cat Products and How They Can Help You Be a Better Cat owner) as if they were human. So, naturally, they are going to be approached in a suspicious fashion. Although it is usually their fault, it is important to note that most people are not malicious. In fact, they are just looking for a pet to watch while they go to bed. They are just trying to help make the transition from being a house cat to being a member of the family as seamless as possible. It is not unusual for a cat owner to have to sign a “no- tricks” waiver before a cat is allowed to go outside on a leash.
Cats Are Better At Foreseeing And Decision Making Than Dogs
It is almost scary how good a dog can be at following simple instructions. A Labrador Retriever will sit still for an hour and a half while your dog is away, waiting for you to return. If she were to startle at any sound, you’d know it was her because she would startle and then lie down again until you can get her moving again. But cats are different: they know exactly where they are, what they are doing, and how to do it. It is not a case of “where do I start” or “do I know how this works”; it is a case of “when do I end?” And when it comes to making good decisions, a cat is well-acquainted with the whole “when do I end?” thinking process.
Cats Are More Social And Willing Than Dogs
In fact, there is a strong chance that you have always wondered where your cat goes when she is not looking. The answer is simple: she is happy. Cats are team players, and they will join in on any social activity with anyone in which they are involved. This means that compared to dogs, they are naturally moregifted at making friends with other animals and they are also less likely to be “attacked” (affiliated) by them. This means that it is easier for a cat to become a member of a social group than it is for a dog to achieve the same goal.
Cats Are Hired Out For Work More Than Dogs
If you’ve ever seen a dog at work, you have likely felt a mix of gratitude and frustration. When you have a pet, you are given full access to your jobsite and you can roam freely without worrying about getting into trouble forruffling or running away from your pet. But outside of work, you are stuck with a dog that is a virtual second-fiddle. More than likely, you will be walking your dog when it is just you and the world around you. This is not a good look, and it is not something you want to happen to your cat. If you have a problem with your dog barking at pets or attacking other animals, you need to take her to the vet. But when it comes to your own furry pal, you need to take her to a clean and quiet environment where she can be while you have your fill of her company.
Cats are easier to train than other animals
Nothing is more rewarding than having your pup walk you through something new and exciting. But doing so with a proper training system is no easy feat. You need to be able to sit, stay, and downshift while your dog is present. Even the most accomplished dog trainer needs help with this, and it is no easy feat. A good tip is to have your pet sit when you are nervous or stressed out and to lay down with her when you are relaxed and happy. This way, you are providing her with a calming, steady, and predictable source of emotional support.
Cats never give up on a fight!
This may seem like common sense, but it is not the case. Biting, pouncing, or otherwise fighting with your pet is not how a peti-person wants to spend her time. Instead, pick a fight with her when you are in the mood for a challenge. When you are with your pet, you are an amazing source of love, food, and play. Try giving her a treat when you want to give her a tough test and see whether she will put upstan by herself. If you seem like you are losing your love for your pet and/or have a aggressive temerity to get her to make a sound, you should definitely seek medical attention.
Cats even make up their own hunger pangs!
This is the one thing that separates domesticated animals from their wild counterparts. They will eat not only their food but also what they are given, whether that be scraps from the grass or the leaves of trees, to get the full flavor of what they are eating. If you have a house cat that will never go without some kind of nourishment, you need to take it up a notch and come