View Single Post
  #27   Report Post  
Posted to uk.d-i-y
Dave Liquorice[_2_] Dave Liquorice[_2_] is offline
external usenet poster
Posts: 14,085
Default Bloody domestic customers

On Thu, 23 Aug 2018 08:23:25 -0700 (PDT), whisky-dave wrote:

It's eeven more so with cats, dogs have had 10s of thousands of years
with humans cats just a few thousand. Dogs empathise with humans, they
tend to do what the humans want,

Only if the humans take on and maintain a dominant role in "the pack"
of humans and dogs. A dog will do what it wants with any human it
feels is "below" them in the pack.

which is why they are far more easy to train than cats are.

Cats don't have a pack structure, they are semi social but within the
group are far more individualistic than dogs.

Most cats train their humans.