How to Tell the Difference Between a Cat and a Dog

Here’s a simple task for you:

Describe exactly what the difference is between the appearance of a dog and the appearance of a cat. Woofing and Meowing doesn’t count. It has to be appearance.

Considering that its utterly obvious to anyone if they are looking at a cat or a dog, its surprisingly difficult to explain in words what the difference actually is.

Well this Cat has taken matters into its own hands, and has decided on a fur pattern that has the word “cat” written on it.

Handy.

Posted by Caspar Schlickum 2010

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2 Comments on “How to Tell the Difference Between a Cat and a Dog”

  1. September 28, 2010 at 10:39 am #

    A cat has retractable claws, where as a dog can’t retract theirs and therefore they get worn down, making them less sharp.

    • September 28, 2010 at 11:55 am #

      So you are saying that when you see a dog and a cat from, say, 50 meters away, the only way you can tell which is which is by looking if they have retractable claws? Really?

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