For 365 days I answered a different question. I spent one year discovering myself more than I had my whole life. Every question remains on this blog and I hope that you do revisit each question starting at #1.I have decided from here on out that I am going to let the creative genius out as it comes. I do not believe in forced art...it must come natural. I am 34 years old and still discovering myself. I have moments of great peace and wellness and times of sadness and confusion that boggle my mind and exhaust my body. It is the latter that I have a hard time accepting and sometimes I need a palette to spill all of my thoughts and feelings out to make me feel better. So here I am. As readers I hope you are able to relate and I hope you enjoy the journey.
I have a cat now, and am restricted by where I live as to having more pets, but I love both…actually all animals; I think I would be happiest where there could be unlimited, and horses too! My cat, Harley quite the complicated mind but a very big heart!
Where are the kitties? 🙂
Used to be a cat person. Then I discovered why I’d been sneezing for 30 years. Now I’m a dog person.
I’ve grown to like cats since my son got one, she is definately different. But truly in my heart and soul I am a dog lover forever.
Given that I’m still mourning the passing of my Cocker Spaniel, I’d say dog person. 🙂
With 3 standard poodles in a 6 room house, definitely dog.
They are all cute but I’m so loving the wrinkly one at the very top.
I have 5 cats and 1 dog. So I think I’m more a cat person
It’s so strange but indeed there are cat-type and dog-type human beings. It might be because they have been with us during a long history. I’m surely a dog-type.
This is a tough one for me. It depends largely on the personality of the animal. I’m fond of certain cats and indifferent to others, and I simply adore a bouncy, friendly canine! The owners of the guest house that D and I stay at have two lovely black cats (one of whom likes to visit the rooms) and a fabulous Staffordshire Bull Terrier – I’m crazy in love with a friend’s Rottweiller too – because the bigger and dafter the dog the more I seem to fall for them.
So… I like cats, but I would say I’m more of a dog person 🙂
Definitely dog person, I have a chihuahua named Pixie. She thinks she is a big dog and her best friend is a Pitbull Mix named Mocha.
Dog person, but girlfriend has a cat. It is a strange animal. They have their own agenda and without being centre of attention they like to make sure they are the boss. I will never adapt to cats, they make me itch, so I intentionally keep them at a distance. This has stopped me from embracing them. Dogs however, are AWESOME.
I am a dog lover to the core. In fact, when I was a kid I had nightmares about cats attacking me. I blame Lady and the Tramp for those. I still believe that Siamese cats are evil!