Cats and Dogs - H.P. Lovecraft

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Naturally, one's preference in the matter of cats and dogs depends wholly upon one's temperament and point of view. Dog-lovers base their whole case on commonplace, servile, and plebeian qualities, and amusingly judge the intelligence of a pet by its degree of conformity to their own wishes. Cat-lovers repudiate the idea that cringing subservience and sidling companionship to man are supreme merits, and stand free to worship aristocratic independence, self-respect, and individual personality.

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