Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Cats vs Dogs Owners


Buddy: Hey, Percy, did you see the infographic on the differences between cats vs dog owners?     

Percy:  I must have missed it.  Where did you see it?








Buddy:  It's posted on the Entirely Pets blog.  Go check it out.  You'll be rolling on the floor laughing after you read it.

Percy:  Why?  What's so funny about it?

Buddy:  Well, as I was reading it, I couldn't help but compare the cat owners and dog owners to Jan since she shares this house with both species.

Percy:  It must have said those who have cats and dogs are klutzes and can't remember their own name half the time.

Buddy:  Well, no, nothing like that.  But when you read it, think of Jan.  Being a cat "owner" and a dog "owner" (as if she could ever own us cause we'd mutiny!) she's a bit strange.

Percy:  We already know she's strange, so they must have come up with a new angle.

Buddy:  Yep.  She's supposedly imaginative and self-assured.

Percy:  *snort*  You're joking!

Buddy:  Nope.  And she's creative and affectionate.

Percy:  Wellllll, she is creative at is being accident prone.  Affectionate?  She can't remember what she went to the fridge for, let alone remember we're here half the time.  Except for Marcus.  At his age, it's impossible to forget he's here.

Buddy:  She's also intelligent and active in sports.

Percy:  At her age, I'd think she'd be intelligent if she avoids sports. What else?

Buddy:  She's an extroverted loner.

Percy:   Well, if she is an extrovert, she converted while I napped today.  I think we should put out a memo.  No personality changes without our approval!

Buddy:  Oh, and she's an unconventional traditionalist.

Percy:  She's a what?  Are you sure we're talking about Jan?

Buddy:  No, we're not talking about Jan.  That's what's so funny.  In order to live with all of us, she should be filled with confusion and sporting a dual personality.

Percy:  You mean she's not?  I think I should go check out this infographic for myself.  Where did you say I can find it?

Buddy:  Here's the link for the differences between cat and dog owners post.



 Sorry, we're far too talkative to ever have a Wordless Wednesday or any other wordless post - unless one of us hit the publish button by mistake - but we're tired of missing out, so we're going imaginary wordless and joining the BlogPaws WW blog hop today.

19 comments:

  1. I will definitely check out this post. Sounds very funny. My assistant has a cat, dog, and a rabbit so you can imagine she is all over the place!

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  2. So if a person owns both cats and dogs, can they just choose all the good qualities?

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  3. Sounds like a fun post. Poor Jan, you guys are so hard on her.

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  4. Doggies....doggies....doggies
    Lily & Edward

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  5. Oh I do need to go and take a look at that... It's hard for me to decide if I'm a dog or cat person.

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  6. Sounds to me that humans with both cats and dogs are confused!

    My human is a straight-out cat person... and actually pretty closely fits the profile.

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  7. What happens if you love them both? I can't pick one over the other.

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  8. guys....we think all de dawgs iz gonna bee mega mad that its been PROVEN catz be smarter N dawgs....

    oh wait...it iz de PEEPULZ ....

    hmmmmm...we will stix with R furst thought !!!

    ♥♥♥

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  9. Mom checked out the furry interesting infographic. Thanks for sharing. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  10. Sounds like an interesting infographic!!! I'll go check it out!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  11. You had us laffin and laffin.
    But we own Mom and allow no non felines in the house!
    MOL

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  12. We have to go and check this out! Thanks for the laughs!

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  13. Hahaha! You guys sure made us laugh. It seems Jan is a whole lot of things. And that's why we love her so much. :)

    Hugs!

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  14. This post had me roaring! They axed me to share the infographic but I couldn’t do it as well as you.

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  15. An extroverted loner? Isn't that an oxymoron? Sounds like you guys have another hilarious post that I'm going to have to check out. :)

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  16. We are not very good at wordless either although I did manage to keep mine under 210 this week which is a miracle.
    On my way to check out the infographic now. It sound like fun!

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  17. We can't wait to see what that graphic says about Mumsy. She just lives with us cats and dogs now but a whole lot of years she lived with lots of different critters, she must be a real mess. Hugs and nose kisses

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  18. Very interesting...we knew all that!!!

    Cats of wildcat woods

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  19. Hmmm, Dad remembers reading that cat owners are more likely to have schizophrenia. I guess the article would mean that schizophrenics are more intelligent then most people.

    All in all, we don't lend much credence to cat or dog owners being more intelligent than the other. Now personality traits, we would believe that.

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