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why cats are better pets than dogs
Transcript of why cats are better pets than dogs
Pets Than Dogs Kelsey Amico HYGIENIC CHEAPER DOG EXPENSES CAT EXPENSES CATS CONT DOGS CONT. CATS HYGIENE DOG HYGIENE CAT ATTACKS DOG ATTACKS SAFER Each day, about 1,000 US citizens require emergency care for a dog bite or injury
In the US and Canada from 1982 – 2011 there have been
77% of attacks that induce bodily harm
73% of attacks on children
81% of attacks on adults
68% of attacks that resulted in fatalities
76% resulted in maiming Loose cats are estimated to kill hundreds of millions of birds each year They eat dead animals and manure off the ground
If a dog licks you in the face then you could get germs from them Dog get worms and if you get anywhere near their butt you get worms as well and if it gets in your eye you could even go blind
Also dogs have a bad habit of rolling around in fox dung and on top of dead animals in order to mask their scent Cats are known for their cleanliness, cats groom themselves by licking their fur, the cat's saliva is a powerful cleaning agent
Cats also use litter boxes Some cats can even be toilet trained Dogs frequently need to be bathed
Dogs need to be walked
Dogs are generally larger and need more food Cats clean themselves
They don't need to be walked
they also have toys like dogs but don't go through them as fast INTRODUCTION Fun Fact "If you were born in Saudi Arabia, you're more likely to be a cat person," said Harold Herzog, an anthrozoologist studying human-animal relationships at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, N.C. "Dogs there are very rarely pets because they're considered vermin."