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What are the differences between cats and dogs

Cats are not as easy to train, and are not recommended for first time owners. Cats tend to get along better with other cats, and dogs tend to get along better with other dogs. Cats tend to be more independent, while dogs tend to be more often influenced by the owners. Cats are more skittish, while dogs are more outgoing.

Cats and dogs are very good companions, but are also known to be very different and have different needs.

Cats vs. Dogs

Cats have shorter lifespans than dogs, and may have a shorter life span than their owners as well. Average life span for a dog is about 14 years, while their owners may live as long as 18-20 years.

Cat owners are known to have a higher incidence of breast cancer than dog owners. This is thought to be due to exposure to estrogen from the litter of kittens, and the longer exposure to hormones from the nursing mother.

Cats and dogs do not live in the same environment, and they do not require the same diet. Cats require more calories, and are much more susceptible to obesity than dogs.

Cats are more resistant to common illnesses, such as cancer and heart disease.

Cats also have a higher incidence of diabetes, and they may be more prone to kidney problems. This is thought to be due to the fact that cats do not produce the same amount of insulin that dogs do.

Cats are not recommended for first time owners, and are more difficult than dogs to train.

Cats and dogs can be in the same household, but must have separate areas for sleeping and eating.

Dogs are more likely to listen to their owners, and to be influenced by their owners.

Cats are more skittish, and are not as easily trained as dogs.

Cats tend to be more independent, while dogs tend to be more influenced by the owners.

Cats are more resistant to common diseases and ailments.

Cats tend to be more prone to diabetes and kidney problems.

Cats do not produce the same amount of insulin that dogs do.

Both dogs and cats can be trained, but are much more difficult to train than dogs.

Allergy

Dogs and cats have similar allergy problems. Both dogs and cats can have allergies to fleas, pollen, and grasses. However, dogs may also be allergic to cats, and cats may be allergic to dogs.

Cats are more prone to allergies to fleas, while dogs are more prone to allergies to grasses, pollen, and trees.

Skin Problems

Dogs will lick their genitals, and dogs can have skin problems. Dogs may also have fleas, ticks, and ear problems.

Cats will groom themselves, and have claws.

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