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What are cat people

This is a question I have had to ask myself a few times. I was not one of those cats that was “cat people.” I was more of the dog person. I had never owned a cat before.

I always had dogs, I just had never owned a cat. I guess I never really thought about my attitude towards cats. I always thought of myself as a dog person.

So, when I first got my cat, I realized that I was not as dog person as I thought I was. I was a cat person.

My cat was not a dog, but he was still a member of my family. He was my responsibility, and I took that responsibility very seriously.

From the very beginning, my cat was my life. He was my focus. I did not have time for anything else.

I did not have time for the things that were not important to me. I would not even take the time to get a cat food and water bowl. I would just walk right over to my cat and make sure that he was okay.

I was always worried about my cat. I wanted to make sure that he was okay. I wanted to make sure that he was fed, and that he was not getting into anything.

I wanted to make sure that he was not going to do anything that he was not supposed to do. I wanted to make sure that he was okay.

I was always worried about him. I was always worried about him being okay. I was always worried about his health. I was always worried about him getting hurt.

I was always worried about him. I would walk around the house and check him every few minutes. I would check under the bed, and I would check every room.

I was always worried about my cat. I was always worried about my cat. I never thought about anything else.

When I got my cat, I was worried about him. I was worried about his health. I was worried about him getting hurt. I was worried about him being okay.

I was always worried about my cat. I was always worried about my cat. I did not have time for the things that were not important to me.

I was always worried about my cat. It was my priority. I was always worried about my cat.

I did not have time for the things that were not important to me. I did not have time for the things that were not important to me. I did not have time for the things that were not important to me.

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