We're neither a cat or a dog, but many times like a cat, we want God 2 serve us, rather than serving God like a dog serves it's Master.... If U have ever owned a dog, U probably know, they find great joy being in the presence of their Master & they love serving their Master.... Cats also love 2 be in the presence of their Master, but I don't believe I've ever seen a cat serve anything, except a few dead animals near the steps as presents....LOL, thats right. It is true that they get along under a master. I had a terrier/poodle mixture dog and a black cat that my son call Jack Sprat...until Jack had kittens. Then we named her Jackie. The cat slept on the mop haired dog we called Buffy. We would take Buffy to the dog groomer, who changed his long haired mop into a poodle cut with a ribbon. Buffy when placed in the back yard would come running to Jackie and Jackie backed away...Who is that? A poodle hair cut is short and strange looking. We no longer have cats and dogs. Our cat died last month, a Siamese. It would scratch on the screen door even would climb it until we let it in. Then it would take its time walking through the door. We would say "Elvis is in the building." He demanded attention. My wife loved him, but he rarely would go to her, I fed him, so he followed me. If I was outside in bare feet he would come to me and rub his head on my feet, purring. It reminded me of the woman who broke the alabaster box and rubbed the feet of Jesus with her hair. That cat would only show affection to me. My wife had a colorful afghan, that she knitted that she laid at her feet. The cat loved that afghan, so that's how she got the cat to come and lay at her feet. Faye crochets maybe 50 afghans a year, many sizes and colors. Most she takes to the church to be blessed, then we gives them to the old people in the various care homes.