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User avatar #27 - whatareyouon ONLINE (06/30/2013) [-]
blindly saying dogs are better than cats is ignorant and you come off sounding like a 11 year old who just got his first dog. They both are helpful companions that serve their own purposes. I've owned both and love both to death.

Now if we're talking about helpful and beneficial purposes dogs are probably more beneficial for humans to keep, but they take a lot more maintenance. house Cats however have been known to be much more deadly taking up the "killing for fun" style. they will hunt down mice rats birds and many other obnoxious critters.
If we are talking about better as in fighting or killing power then i'd have to say cats take the cake. It's not that dogs aren't dangerous they are and they can be trained to be more deadly, but that can't top a tigers ferocity or a Jaguar's aggression and certainly not a lion's shear strength. There are some big dogs out there like the Irish wolfhound and some fearless dogs like the Pitbull and some very aggressive dogs like the infamous Rottweiler. Pound for pound they can't match up to the bigger cats.
#38 to #27 - jakedoffgreenbeers (07/01/2013) [-]
Well seeing as, on average, a tiger is 500 pounds and have a 1050 psi (2.1 psi per pound) bite and most rottweilers are about 100 pounds, having a bite 328 (3.28 psi per pound) i would say that your argument is invalid.
User avatar #43 to #38 - whatareyouon ONLINE (07/01/2013) [-]
If you're comparing raios you would be correct, but just look at the numbers themselves and you can see that a tiger could crush the rottweiler in a fight. so my argument is very valid. If we're talking about raios we can safely assume ants are the strongest creatures on this planet, but they're small and just because they're stronger for their size doesn't mean **** when something bigger comes along.
#47 to #43 - jakedoffgreenbeers (07/01/2013) [-]
You said pound for pound... You're talking way out of weight class here. As in 5-1 so it's a retarded argument to begin with. Any house cat ever would get its **** wrecked by a rott so as far as common house pets go, dogs are superior. As far as your comment about tigers go though you would have to find a 500 pound rottweiler to even try to rationalize that.
User avatar #48 to #47 - whatareyouon ONLINE (07/01/2013) [-]
Why does a rottweiler have to be 500 pounds to fight a tiger when it doesn't have to be the same weight as an average house cat for them to fight? This shouldn't go both ways. You talked about weight class then ignored that point later on throughout your cross examination.
If your average rottweiler fights an average housecat i agree rottweiler wins hands down, but if the average tiger fights an average rottweiler I'm sorry but that dog is cat food every day of the week.
p.s If you're going to refute my argument proper debate skills dictate that you should not insult your opponent or his/her debating material if you resort to that then you lose your point and it turns into more of a flame war.
#49 to #48 - jakedoffgreenbeers (07/02/2013) [-]
I'm saying if the dog and the cat are the same size the dog will most likely win. Why is this even an argument?
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User avatar #45 to #37 - whatareyouon ONLINE (07/01/2013) [-]
lets go in order shall we, a tiger is a cat, it is indeed a big cat, but that doesn't mean it suddenly stopped being a cat. I stated that I was comparing cats with the dogs (normally housebound). why is it okay to compare dogs with just some of the cats? why not all of them?
secondly cats i've yet to see a single cat to need a walk, they like to go outside and do things away from you that's call independence it's one of the more dominant qualities cats can have.
Furthermore a dog might kill a rodent in your house where it's cornered, but most likely it will be barking at the thing non-stop annoying you and your household. cats have much more stealth and cunning and have a much higher success rate at taking down rodents inside and outside your home. There are plenty of birds in the sky and so what if some of them get caught it will not affect much it's called natural selection get use to it.
I posted my comment for a polite debate if you're incapable of such things feel free to ignore me knowing i will do the same to you.
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#33 to #27 - beckilaa (06/30/2013) [-]
I commend you for logical argument, it is rare
User avatar #32 to #27 - mutzaki (06/30/2013) [-]
The Siberian tiger is my favorite Pokémon.
#29 to #27 - lurkerlarry (06/30/2013) [-]
I didn't know that tigers are common house pets.
I didn't know that tigers are common house pets.
User avatar #44 to #29 - whatareyouon ONLINE (07/01/2013) [-]
you got me with that one good sir. i was talking about cats and dogs in general to help educate some of the childish remakes such as "dogs > cats"
besides tigers are so cute when they're young, and knowing they're grow up to kill all your enemies is just a plus. (kidding killing people over disagreements is not okay)
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