That was a really hard question, as I love all kinds of animals, but I have decided to vote Dogs/Puppies. I chose that because a dog/puppy has a warm heart and helps cheer you up when you are down. They are very loyal and will always be there for you. Truly man's best friend. :)
Next would be dogs!
But I love birds, I think they are such beautiful creatures and vary in capabilities as pets from being beauty and enjoyment (aviaries with songbirds) to companions with speaking abilities and extreme intelligence.
Got to be dogs but I have a cat who adopted me .. but I always had dogs , last one I looked after for a nighbour whilst she was at work was a pit bull, everyone was afraid of him, he was a darling until I saw him chase the Mail man one day and the mailman booked him, the neighbor had a visit from the Cops who warned them.., I moved house not long after that and I hear hes doing okay and they keep him on a leash just in case . My own dogs years ago were a dachs and a labrador ..
I voted for dogs, but cats are right up there too, in fact, dogs would be favorite A and cats favorite A1. LOL. Dogs are so loyal and loving, cats, on the other hand act like they could care less, but, they give them self away by purring, they are both terrific.
I love ALL animals though, my next favorite after doggies and kitties is the horse, I love them, I used to teach riding when I was in high school.
I have always loved cats first. But, dogs come next. I love all kinds of animals, though. Contrary to popular belief, cats aren't really aloof and uncaring. This one stays close to my side if she knows I'm sick and she loves sitting in my lap. I grew up in a household that always had a mixture of dogs and cats, though--as well as other animals. Cats just happen to be my favorite.
While cats are my most favorite, I'm not an all cat person. I love dogs, too. But, I love almost any animal for a pet. Cats are definitely easier in apartments, but I do love the few dogs that live in my complex. They know it, too. Under the right circumstances, I would certainly consider having a dog to live with, too.
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