3 Ways Dogs Might be Smarter than Cats
Dogs have larger brains than cats, and they have been continually growing, while cat brains have stayed the same size over the past 8,000 years.
Dogs are more social than cats, which actually leads to the increased brain size. Because cats don’t show any signs of improving their social skills, the brain gap is likely to keep widening. Unlike dogs, cats only interact with you when they feel like it. And doing tricks? Sure it’s possible for some, but certainly not likely.
Dogs contribute to the betterment of society. Dr. Stanley Coren, a psychologist and the author of several books on dogs, wisely pointed out: “We never hear about such things as a ‘seeing eye cat,’ ‘police cat’ or ‘search and rescue cat.'” (At Reader’s Digest, however,
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