This was the most common question the group received. Most would agree that dogs have a much more forgiving nature than cats and some even suggest that they would be unable to take revenge even in cases of dog and cat related injuries. I will explain why this could be accurate.
In the case of a dog attack, the dog may not know the owner or the victim well, may have been in an environment where they were constantly on edge and may not know someone who could intervene in a situation where they might not be able to act. On the other hand, if the attack on a cat was not intentional, then the cats attacker would also not know the owners well or that someone could intervene. While dog and cat owners often assume their pets will be more forgiving, this may not be the case if they have been abused by a neighbor or someone that they have known for a long time.
I have seen cats and dogs who have been injured by someone who lived nearby and they have never had to pay for the damage that was done or the damage that was caused if the owner was not there to assist. And I have also seen pets who were injured by someone who used to live across the street, but no longer do, but have yet to pay.
The dog may be more forgiving in situations where the dog has a clear idea of who it is killing or being attacked by and will act accordingly. In such cases, the owner may feel more responsible.
But what about the cat?
There needs to be some consideration in all these matters when choosing the owners for a pet. While pet ownership can be an incredibly healthy activity, many have concerns that dog ownership could be harmful to the pet and not be responsible for the pet’s actions.
And finally, while I agree that dogs could use some form of training, I don’t think it ever stops a happy, well adjusted dog from behaving well.
As a result, I do not recommend that you get a dog from the pound unless you already know that the owner cares for the dog very differently than you. A dog that is never owned as a pet does not appreciate the care, attention and attention that a human owner does. In addition, in all cases involving a dog or cat, it is important to keep in mind that any pets you get are for your own use, use only for that one dog or one cat. They should never have a negative impact on any other pet you have, or on any other pet of yours.
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