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10 Differences Between Cats and Dogs

Because dogs and cats are the two most common companion animals, there's a tendency among humans to think they are more similar than they really are.
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Because dogs and cats are the two most common companion animals, and because both species walk on all fours and are covered with fur (most of them, anyway), there's a tendency among humans to think they are more similar than they really are.

10 Interesting Differences Between Cats and Dogs

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