Why doesn't this work the other way around too? Posted on September 16, 2022 by Anonymous A cat growing up with dogs won't show dog behavior
What? Cats raised with dogs will act like dogs all the time, there's a famous video of a cat barking (until it notices its human is observing it)
>dogfags bark at each other
>catfags stare and watch, and then go piss all over the house
Huskyfag wins. t. Aussiefag serving as the neutral party.
Nobody wins. This is one of the most dead and worst boards on Wauf.
>another free (you)
>seethes about comment
>a free (you)
>replied to me and seethed
yeah keep going
>unprovoked seething about huskies in a cat thread
chadskies, we won
>seething about huskies pitbulls and cats in the same thread
>NOOOOOOOOOOO! YOU CANT MAKE FUN OF MY DOG
yeah, looks like you lost
>now post the shaved one, baby girl.
cats are predators, dogs are crew workers.
Teamwork makes dreams work
Cats are school shooters. Dogs are jihadis.
pitbulls are jihadis and huskies are trannies
I hate pitbulls more than huskies but go on champ
My parents have a cat that wags it's tail almost non-stop. Normally that's a threatening sign for cats, but he's a pretty oblivious guy and is pretty happy most of the time. We've sorta determined he's just retarded, but I wonder if he maybe grew up with dogs when he was a kitten.
Either way, it freaks the other cats out.
my dog does this and he has never been around cats
>Cat cortex nuerons
>Dog cortex neurons
>627-885 million neurons
you added like 100 million to the floor for dogs
some dogs are genuinely retarded, not like lesser animal retarded where they still make do and might actually do a better job, but like extra chromosome, bad at being itself retarded
Oh it's this autist again
I don't have a cat so no. And it's not like neuron count matters when your pet is a turd-munching neurotic mess
Neuron count is the thing that matters the most. Case and point: humans have the largest neuron count of all animals, and thus we are the smartest ones.
>Case and point
lmao what's your neuron count then, anon?
Cats eat poop too. Sorry you had to find this out. They just prefer it wrapped in the guts. The excreted stuff is too hard to lap up and doesn’t have enough blood in it.
So they do follow dog traits then
>A cat growing up with dogs won't show dog behavior
That's exactly the thing people already mentioned ITT. Once that cat is an adult it will stop doing that dog behavior and get really boring, 100% in line with normal cat behavior. Literally no fucking exceptions - ever.
My sister's cat likes to play fetch, she is 8 years old and didn't even grow up with dogs. I guess it's just her personality.
I know you're wrong cause my cat loves following my dog around
>following the dog around
What a strange and unique concept!!
So passive aggressive for a joke post. Go outside.
>cat pisses with one leg raised, plays fetch, barks arly black people
>"I grew up with 3 dogs"
cats show dog behavior like fetching sticks and barking unprompted. unlike humans and dogs they can not be controlled.
>cats show dog behavior like fetching sticks
Only like for one year.
After that some switch in their head flips over and they become boring and not caring.
Eh my cat grew up with dogs for the first 2 years before we adopted him. When I got him he knew how to sit on command like the dogs did in order to get a treat like they did. Over the next few years I taught him various tricks all of which he retained until he died of old age 2 years ago
Cats aren't really social in the same way
The loaf position is just a good way to conserve heat.