Dogs act as more of a clingy friend – an affectionate sidekick. While cats on the other hand, are much more fine with being independent and on their own.
We found a couple of photos that demonstrated the clear difference between the two. No matter how different they are though, they are still very lovable.
Deal with water very well.
Cats on the other hand… Not so much.
Dogs love to be walked. In fact, they have to be!
Cats on the other hand… They don’t really behave as well on walks. It’s not really a necessity for them.
If you’re working or busy at home, your needy dog will most likely get bored and beg you for attention.
While cats will love that you’re home and just crawl all over you. Even when you are busy. They don’t really care if they are in your way!
Dogs are very particular about where they sleep. They need to dig out the comfiest beds and the comfiest blankets. No question about it.
Cats are cool with just sleeping in a literal box.
Dogs love riding in cars. Think of all the times you saw a little pup’s head popping out of the window!
Once again, cats might not always handle this just as well. They would rather stay at home.
Dogs will eat pretty much anything. And after that, they will beg for more.
Cats tend to be a little more picky.
When you come home, dogs will welcome you with warmth and happiness. They just want to see you!
Cats would rather just know if you brought anything back for them. They have been fine on their own while you were gone.
Dogs love to be pet. It’s a no-brainer. Give them a belly rub and they will roll right over with pure happiness.
Cats don’t love being pet as much as dogs.
Will sleep next to their owners.
Cats will sleep on top of their owners.
Dogs will usually be on their best behavior after doing something wrong.
Cats… Not so much.
Dogs want to be held.
While cats would rather just climb you.
When there’s light reflecting somewhere, dogs have a knack for finding exactly where it is and basking in it all day long.
Cats love the light too, but they have a little more trouble with finding it. They’d rather turn it into a game and chase it.
Dogs are very straightforward with their emotions. When they love their owner, they make sure to show it.
Cats love their owners just as much, but they don’t show it as well.
Pant to cool themselves.
Cats have other ways of keeping cool, like pads on their feet and sweat glands in their noses.
Dogs can taste sweetness, which partially explains why they tend to rummage through the trash. Their diets are broader, so they go after a broad spectrum of tastes.
Cats actually don’t have a sweet tooth because they’re more conditioned to hunt for their prey (meat). Their survival actually counts on it.
Not that they want to, but if they need to, dogs can go on hunger strikes.
Cats actually cannot go on a hunger strike. Overweight cats are prone to hepatic lipidosis, or fatty liver disease.
Dogs show their emotions well. You can always tell if they are feeling anxious or happy.
Cats, no matter how they are feeling, will never physically show it.
Will show their affection to you, no games.
When it comes to affection, cats just want to be released.
Dogs are grateful when you take care of them.
And cats are the opposite. They think you should be grateful for them.