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When you compare cats and dogs their differences definitely out number their similarities Dogs and cats are two of the most popular pets in the world but they are very different animals Obviously dogs and cats are two different types of species but their differences stretch far beyond this simple factDogs and cats differ a lot in the way that they behave One example is the sounds they make Dogs growl and bark while cats purr and meow Dogs are usually more needy animals than cats By this I mean dogs usually need a lot of attention Cats are loners and do not need a lot of attention Another difference is how they show their social status or rank Dogs use their tail to show their social status When two dogs meet the one who is holding his tail up is in the higher social class When cats hold their tails up this just means they are happy They do not have social status Dogs also respond better to verbal commands You can call your dog by name and it will usually come to you unlike a cat Dogs can also be trained to do tricks on verbal command Some of the most popular dog tricks are roll over fetch shake hands lay down and of course play dead It is not very likely that you will see a cat playing dead on command Cats can be trained with little or no effort to use the litter box On the other hand to housebreak a dog is a very difficult task These two loveable animals also have many physical differences Cats are usually smaller than most dogs Another physical difference is the tongue A cats tongue has little barbs or hooks that they use to clean themselves with or to get every piece of meat off a bone Dogs use their tongues to sweat This is why you always see dogs with their tongues hanging
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