Cats rule, dogs drool

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Cats rule, dogs drool

Postby Braininvat on February 27th, 2018, 1:29 pm 

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/26/science/dog-science-cats.html

Cats could be bred in many different shapes and sizes like dogs, she said, if there were interest. “We could have a Chihuahua cat and a Great Dane cat,” although, she said, “I think that would be a little dangerous.”


Article discusses dog bias in lab research (no pun on "lab" intended) and the merits of cats.

The Year of the Dog, btw, began a little over a week ago.
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Re: Cats rule, dogs drool

Postby Serpent on February 27th, 2018, 3:33 pm 

The Year of the Dog, btw, began a little over a week ago.

I figured that when I saw your new avatar.
Are you of Chinese descent, or just culture-appropriating like we all do?

Of course dogs are easier to abuse: they're bred subservient.
While miniature cats would become popular, giant ones probably wouldn't.
Have you ever had a well-grown Boxer try to sit in your lap and purr ?
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