"Cats are for Women, and Dogs are for men"
Do you agree?
How to Vote Online
Read the "Argument for" and the "Argument Against" to help you focus on whether you agree with the statement above. Then click on the button in the voting panel opposite which best describes your thoughts. (i.e. "Strongly Agree", Strongly disagree" etc). You can join in the online discussion on this subject in "The Great Debate" in the Cat Chat Forum
It seems since the very beginning when the cat was first domesticated, his feline presance was linked to the female of our species. In history it is a cat that is at the Queens feet, not the kings. In art, the cat is the symbol of female beauty, feminine wisdom, and gentleness.This is because as much as gender traits cross over in our modern world, our natural human tendancies will never change, and the pets we respect, honour and love are a reflection of how we see ourselves. The cat will always compliment a womens beauty, lytheness of movement, and soft and tender touch. If we see a man with a cat it looks awkward and strange.
Because of the cats innate beauty and soft and gentle appearence it has been unfairly linked with the female gender. Just like humans Cats are much more than thier appearence alone. And why shouldn't men celebrate and love their natural physical assets just as women do anyway? The fact is cats are more than "just a pretty face" as any owner will tell you. Their male side reflects focussed and precise hunters, a territorial instinct that fights to ensure no-one takes his castle. Their personalities attract the artistic personality, male or female. Times are changing and felines are becoming more popular with both genders because we are realising they are not just balls of fur but fantastic three dimensional personalities as well as beautiful animals.
Results From our last Online Voting Poll.
The statement we made was:
"All Cats should be kept in at night"
following two months of voting the outcome was as follows:
Its the Owners Decision:18.2%
So the overall feeling of members of this cat site is an quite devestating in favour of keeping your cat in at night.
63.6% of voters felt domestic cats should be kept in at night. Only one fith of the voters (20.1%)thought cats should be allowed to roam at night.
If voters were going by the "Argument for" then the reason to keep your cat in is a mixture of looking after his safety and allowing him do what comes naturaly.
Still feel strongly either way? Join in the online debate at Cat Chat(the Great Debate)
The outcome of this poll is not a reflection of the thoughts of the administration of this web site ansd is in no way meant to be a form of advice