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Last Name 1 Student’s name Instructor’s name Course Date The Life of a Dog vs. the Life of a Cat Domestic cats and dogs are the most loved and popular pets kept by many people. Some individuals prefer cats, the other persons like dogs; some of them own both cats and dogs. These creatures seem dissimilar since they differ in size, food preferences, habits, behavior; however, they share some similarities as well. A person buys a cat when he or she wants to calm down, have a tranquil life, listen to a cat’s purr or have a rest with someone warm and fluffy. Those who live in big houses decide to get a cat when they notice mice because cats are good hunters. On the other hand, people who possess a dog are more likely to entertain actively; they become real friends with their dogs. Moreover, a dog can protect from villains and save people’s lives, as well as accompany a physically challenged person. The life of a cat seems to be more calm and boring than the life of a dog; however, both pets have many differences and similarities in their daily lives. The major similarity that these animals share is that they belong to mammals. They both eat milk when they are small. Besides, both puppies and kitties may be dangerous for children because they can scratch them. Another resemblance that cats and dogs share is the fact that they both deliver multiple offspring at one time, which is not easy for a mother. Additionally, both pets are hairy, and their hair is everywhere. Both creatures lick their coats when they need to clean it, and their hair sticks to the furniture, carpets, and other places. It causes many problems
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Last Name 2 for sensitive individuals or people who are allergic. Nevertheless, there are also many differences
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