National Adopt-a-Cat Month

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Posted June 19, 2012 by Jimmy Fowler in Blotch

CATS ARE CUTE, YES, BUT ALSO JUDGMENTAL AND MANIPULATIVE.

June is National Adopt-a-Cat Month, a drive being marked by Animal Care and Control of Fort Worth, among other local pet entities. A lot of people have a kneejerk aversion to cats, but years of unscientific observation have lead me to one sweeping conclusion: Cats are cooler than dogs. In fact, dogs may be the most overrated mammals on the planet. (With the possible exception of horses).

Owning a dog is like opening your home to a really hairy in-law with a low IQ: They’ll be affectionate to anyone who feeds them, which makes the whole arrangement feel arbitrary and, after a while, kind of burdensome. Adopting a cat, meanwhile, is like reuniting with that quietly judgmental ex-boyfriend or girlfriend who was always withholding a little from the relationship. When a cat finally does dole out some t.l.c., it feels like you’ve passed a test and been validated as an interesting, quality person.

Dogs are loyal and cheerful; cats are neurotic and fear change. Therefore, cat people are more emotionally complex and sophisticated than dog lovers. It just makes sense, folks.


One Comment


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    Amanda

    I am all for adopting. There are too many pets without homes. Adopt a pet today! :) Here is a pet name generator that you can use to name him or her, http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pet-name-generator/id473689325?mt=8 I’ve adopted 2 cats and 2 dogs, myself.





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