{Dogs Vs Cats}The Oldest War|Comics|Scientific Facts!Page 5 Will Shock You

Are you a cat person or a dog person? This is a fairly common question that people ask, and while there is no particular reason while you can’t absolutely be both, there is a reason why this query comes up so often.

You see, cats and dogs have fundamentally opposite personalities that can naturally lead to very different relationships with their humans. Cats are usually more independent, cunning and don’t particularly need your love and affection. On the other hand, dogs are more social creatures, playful, friendly and dare we say it, a little dumb at times.

What better way to illustrate the many different experiences of cat and dog owners than a cleverly created comic? We here at otopics have compiled a list of {Scientific facts}in the next pages and {comics} that we think perfectly sum up the quirky habits of our pooches and pussycats, we hope you’ll find them as hilariously true as we did. Let us know what you think in the comments below! Stay tuned!

Which of America’s favorite pets is top dog (or the cat’s meow) when it comes to smarts and skills? We turned to science to put the age-old rivalry to the test.If you disagree with the results, Then share your opinions!… May the best pet win!

1-Which Have More Stamina?

The sled dogs that compete in Alaska’s annual Iditarod run about 1,100 miles in less than two weeks, often in temperatures as low as -40 degrees F.

“They use fat as their primary energy source—far better than any other athletic species that’s been studied,” says exercise physiologist Michael Davis, who notes that a 55-pound husky can burn as many as 12,000 calories a day.

Davis’s research has also shown that sled dogs have an enormous capacity to process oxygen. Cats are more like sprinters: They’re capable of short bursts of energy but lack the aerobic endurance of ultra-runners like huskies.

Winner: DOGS

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