How to understand your best friends

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By Kathleen Atkins

Dogs and cats have their partisans and their detractors, for qualities fulsomely illustrated in the video you’re about to see.

In case you’ve never lived with a dog or cat, the use of human characters might prove helpful. Others are likely to have their experiences with Felidae and Canidae largely confirmed, though cat lovers might suspect the videographer of bias because the “cat” herein is more hostile than most. (A note of caution: The video contains an obscene gesture — from the cat, of course.) Play the video




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