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    sleeping? A dog or a cat? Of course, a dog is man’s best friend and is the most preferred pet of choice in America according to most recent polls. But how could anyone not love a dog? They are fun loving, come in all shapes, sizes, and love to please their owners. Not to mention certain dogs can be trained to be in K9 units and hunting partners. This does not automatically mean cats come in second place, some just have a preference to what pet they like to own. Does one have to be a “cat person” to own a cat? Certainly not, they are just as loveable, fun, and great pets to own, just as dogs. However, they do differ in…

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    Essay On Cat Litter

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    There are many types of cat litters. When you are trying to choose one for your cat, you may find yourself wondering which the best is. Basically, cat litters fall into three distinct categories. There are clay, silica and biodegradable litters. The best litter for your cat will depend on the results you want. Clay litters are the oldest type and are still widely used. Clay is used because of its ability to absorb liquids. The clay litter can absorb its weight in cat urine, and also has some…

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    The Australian Mist Cat is a relatively new cat breed, as far as cat breeds go. It was created by Dr Truda Staede as recently as 1978. It is a combination of a Burmese, Abyssinian and the Domestic Short Hair. And it’s said to have inherited the laid back nature & loving personality, loved about Burmese; the intelligence and ticked coat of the Abyssinian and the genetic hardiness of the Domestic Shorthair. The Australian Mist cat breed comes in both Spotted and Marbled, with the latter markings…

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    Cats and dogs are dissimilar and identical in their own ways. Alterations in these two are what makes them unique. Cats and dogs differ in vision, smell, Speed, endurance and intelligence. There difference is what allow them to be helpful in every way even for humans. If , cats and dogs had everything in common they would be boring and un-interested. having certain characteristics that no one has is something that allows them to fit with our needs. Cats and Dogs are known as predators which…

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    it comes to dogs and cats. There are many similarities and differences between cats and dogs such as their species, life style, and behavior. One of the most obvious similarities between dogs and cats is their hair. One of the attributes of their hair is that it helps regulate their body temperature. When something has hair, they are classified in the mammal kingdom. This means that each of them give birth to live young. Also, they drink milk when they…

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    Witches In The Black Cat

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    The Black Cat: Witches or Just Cats? I believe that both Pluto I and Pluto II are actually witches in the disguise of a black cat in the story, The Black Cat. It has been a well known superstition for hundreds of years that black cats are bad omens and are often witches. There has been a lifelong correlation between black cats and witches, in some instances the black cat is the witch’s favorite pet of choice and other cases the witch herself turns in a black cat. Therefore, it is not surprising…

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    Dogs Vs Cats

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    ago, a study confirmed that dogs are smarter than cats based on the brain sizes of both animals. It is the turn today of cat lovers to rejoice because another study claims that cat owners are more intelligent than dog owners. Short List cited the research conducted by Denise Guastello, an associate professor of psychology at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin for The Mckeown Clinic. The study had 600 college students are participants. University degree The basis of Guastello in making…

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    Jesse Knott Case Study

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    Army Staff Sgt. Jesse Knott had been at Hutal, a small town in a remote region of southern Afghanistan, for roughly a week when a cat caught his attention. The day he appeared from behind a concrete barrier trailing blood from an injured paw, Knott decided to take action. He approached his commander: "I have a refugee in my intelligence office." The commander was at first shocked and disapproving, but after seeing the cat, he left the office - returning a few moments later with armload of tinned…

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    Essay On Exotic Pets

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    Walking into a normal household most people will notice a cat sleeping or a dog loudly barking . Pets are an essential part of a family, but what if just a cat or a dog is not enough. What if a family didn't want to be mainstream, what if they wanted something else? Over the last few years there has been a growing trend of owning exotic pets. These animals can be smarter, more colorful and interesting or they could be outright expensive and dangerous. So the question arises, should an exotic…

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    you plan on getting yourself a little sugar glider, make sure to get him a friend! Number Six: Capybara. The capybara is most commonly found in South America, and can weigh as much as 150 pounds. Roughly the size of a small pig, capybaras are loved for their dog-like characteristics. Loving and attention-craving, these loyal creatures have an impressive intelligence and fascinating adoration for water. Like sugar gliders, they enjoy having friends! Number Five: Fennec Fox. This little cutie…

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