• This is what happens when
your cat is raised by a dog
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    • I have a date today and I'm going into the Navy soon. Depression at an all time low. Can I get a fucking HELL YEAH BROTHERS WERE OUT HERE MAKING IT
      boyamisad 12 apr
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    • Animals adopt social traits based on environment so no shit
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    • Usually a cat wagging its tail means its irritated
      RedFlower 16 apr
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    • I wanted a dog. My gf wanted a cat. So we compromised and got a cat. But damn if he wasnt trained like a dog! He even plays fetch now. 10 likes and ill post a video
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    • If a normal cat does that, it means you have about 3 seconds to leave it alone before it rips your eyes out.
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    • My cat plays fetch and he’s never met a dog, he taught himself
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    • Cause it wags it’s tail? This is funny? Literally every cat does that
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    • They should see my dog that was raised by a cat he's a 90lb asshole
      ragnarlox 12 apr
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    • my dog was raised by my cat, so he tries to jump to anywhere high enough and bites hands for no reason
      i_am_lust 12 apr
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    • I had a small Chihuahua-pitbull mix and a hairless cat as pets when I was a kid. They learned how to act and move like each other so my dog was literally as agile and lazy as a cat while my cat was as autistic and playful as a dog. They died 2 years ago. I miss them.
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    • I got my cat as a newborn and raised him with my dog and now my cat literally shits in the yard and waits by the door when he needs to go. He chews on dog bones and dog toys also. Super weird he just became a dog basically
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    • For those who might not be aware, normally, when cats are moving their tail like that, they’re quite aggravated.
      Triairius 12 apr
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    • Person: shows a video of a cute cat I funny assholes: uH YEah No SHiT
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    • Actually its just the breed of cat. British short-hairs are often larger and adopt many doglike traits, such as tail wagging, meowing at strangers and unfamiliar animals, playing fetch, and comfort drooling. Although I imagine being raised by dogs would enhance these traits.
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    • And then the dog starts purring
      MailaW 14 apr
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    • My cat wagged it’s tail too... don’t think this is a rare thing. No dog in the house, inside cat.
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    • A cat wagging its tail normally means it's angry, but this one was raised by dogs so I guess
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    • I was getting ready for the cat to say B O R F
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    • Wanna know what happens when a dog is raised liek a cat? They hop up on the backs of the furniture and try to climb everywhere
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    • My cat used to sleep on her side with her legs straight out like a dog, cute as hell. She was a stray and we found her when she was a baby so she didn’t have a mother to teach her how to be a cat pretty much
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    • My cats do the same thing I have a Lab, Dachund, and a chaweenie and the cats look up to my dogs and they love scratches
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    • My cat acts like my dog I had when she was a kitten. Sisi was a good dog. Unfortunately she couldn't beat cancer
      Y34RZ3R0 12 apr
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    • That is so true I have three dogs and two cats and they both acted like dogs
      Michael45 12 apr
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    • My cat fetches
      Emocean 12 apr
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    • If that cat were raised by cats you would have lost an eyeball and 2 thirds of your forearm.
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    • Cats meow to mimic human babies. Makes sense they'd mimic dogs. They wish to live.
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    • Much like the top comment, I leave for basic in 16 days and it means I'm leaving my hometown and my girlfriend and all of my friends and family and can't see them for months :( feelsbadman
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    • My cat used to bark every once and a while
      Drcool_52 12 apr
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    • My cat barked at my mom once
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    • Don’t even know what happened.
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    • And that's why the debate of dogs and cats is annoying cause if raised right they all become good Boys and girls in the end. Also clearly we need to add birbs to the category cause they climbing that latter fast
      SunsetBAE 14 apr
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    • Well if someone scratched my ass for me I'd wag my tail too
      noitoL 13 apr
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    • Lew_d 13 apr
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    • Dude, my dog was raised by cats
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    • unsettling, but a welcome surprise to be sure
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    • My cat does that... never had a dog
      shazam_ 12 apr
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    • My cat wags his tail and never seen a dog
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    • My cat does that but she was raised by a human
      C0bWeb2 12 apr
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    • Cats often wag their tails when they are annoyed
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    • My sister has a dog that learned from cats and it always climbs up to high places and taught itself to poop in the litterbox
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    • Actually cats that wag their tails do so because they are annoyed. If you ever see one wagging its tail, it’s best to leave it alone before it claws at you. However, if it’s flipping just the end of its tail, it’s a sign of affection.
      Jaymx 12 apr
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    • My dog was raised by my cats and when he got into fights he would always start by lifting a paw over his head like my cats do to try to swipe ay the other dogs.
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    • Thanks for the positivity, I hope you all have some good luck in your lives. I know in every one of you gamers there is a king
      boyamisad 12 apr
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    • That’s usually not a good sign when a cat does that. Your cat may be broken.
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    • No, when a cat wags it’s tail it means it’s annoyed or uncomfortable
      rachela 17 apr
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    • Is that not normal?
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    • My cat didnt even have to be near a dog to do this shit he whines like a dog, acts like a dog and plays fetch like a dog too 😂
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    • IS THAT BALOO. EHDUFNFHDNT
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    • No, cats wagging their tails is a sign of frustration, anger, and irritation. The cat is mad at him.
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    • We've had our cat since she was a week old when we found her in our garage and she doesn't act like a dog even thigh she was raised by ours
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    • My cats wag their tails? If you Google it it even says they wag their tails when they're happy, annoyed, or stalking prey
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    • This guy has some issues ^
      Canspower 13 apr
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    • Cat dogg .. cat dogg
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    • Wait... so Cats don’t usually wag their tails? I thought that was normal. That’s what my cat does.
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    • My cats also do this. No dogs involved
      Ibiza 13 apr
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    • Actually cats wag their tails when they're happy too. Not to be confused with the whiplash wag, that's your cue to back off lol
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    • REALLY? I didn't know they could learn how other animals live...
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    • Have you ever had a cat beg for your own food? It's bizarre
      BMan29 13 apr
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    • So the humans will pet me more if i wag my tail??
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    • I want a cat dog
      NCBuckets 12 apr
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    • Some cats are OK
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    • My fatass cat does the same shit
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    • Puppycats!
      PosiPocky 12 apr
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    • I would die for this cat
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    • Cats wave their tail when agitated...
      b_o_i_ 12 apr
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    • My shit neighbors are blaring music. Rocking the fucking apartment complex with their bullshit. How can people be sick blatant assholes
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    • I think your dog is broken
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    • Cats usually dont wag their tails in that kind of rhythm and usually they swish it about. Not the wag wag wag motion
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    • Looks like regular cat behavior..
      RandyBaby 12 apr
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    • My sisters cat is the exact same breed - down to the look, and he wags his tail and screams for attention
      Kekdall 12 apr
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    • I want a dog raised cat tbh
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    • My cat carrotcake was the same way. My golden shepherd raised him like the cat was his son. Cat learned how to fetch and would wag his tail just like the dog. Sadly, when the dog, jack, passed away after huricane sandy, the cat got super depressed and gave up snd passed away too
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    • It's weird because cats normally move their tails depending on how annoyed they are
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    • My cat tried to bark once
      djc22 12 apr
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    • I know that it’s basically common knowledge but I find it so interesting that animals pick up things that other animals do
      Micycle 12 apr
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    • my cat does this because of my dumbass dog
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    • I never seen a cat waved its tail like that before
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    • Cats flick their tail when thinking or concentrating. This cat's legit wagging it's tail
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    • “Meo..I mean woof”
      BlkBon 12 apr
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    • I had a dog that was raised by cats and they'd groom each other
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    • My parents have three cats that walk around with their tails sticking straight up because the second one always had his tail stuck up, so the first one did it, and the third one followed once we got him
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    • Our cat was raised with dogs and he shakes his leg when you pet his sides 😂😂 he also comes sprinting to the door when we come home
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    • Better than a dog being raised by a cat
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    • What a good doggo
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    • Woah a Cog Dat's unique
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    • My cat comes running up when I arive home to greet me with little meows and flops on his back for belly rubs.
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    • He like the scratch
      Waifi 12 apr
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