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When I was younger, my mom told me if I rubbed the cat's fur the wrong way it wouldn't be able to see in the dark because of static electricity.
my grandma's dog was a golden retreiver and it would hump our legs when we were little and we thouhgt he was trying to hug us but our mom told us he was trying to climb up us to kiss us.
i always belived that my dogs were actually people inside a dog costume... so i wouldnt do anything bad around them... i wouldnt even change or go to the bathroom around them!!!
I was at my best friends house and her male dog sat in front of us and his wiener came out and I freeked out and was like, what was that??!! So we started poking at it with sticks. We thought her dogs winky waw a giant worm monster living in his stomach.
When I was in 3rd grade I secretly thought that my cat was a boy in my class that I kinda liked. Since I had never seen my cat and the boy together i never really knew. I always pushed my cat out of my room when I was getting dressed or going to the bathroom. This lasted years.
I used to think that my cat was an alien that had come to teach me how to be good!
I used to think that my dogs and cats were really spies for my parents, and might be perverted, so I would never undress in front of them; I would kick them out of my room.
When i was a kid i saw two dogs doing 'it' and i asked my mom what was happening and she said "the doggie in front is hurt and the doggie in the back is pushing it to safety!" i beleived that for a long time.
I used to believe that kittens came from pussy willows.
I used to believe that u would blow on a puppy and it would fart
Okay this is kinda two beleifs in one. When I was young, I used to watch "Tom and Jerry". My aunt had this cat and a hamster. I asked her where her hamster's tail was and she told me that he was being a bad little mouse and Santa Claus ran out of coal for him, so he put de-tailer in his chocolate. (I think she was making fun of me)So I took her cat and her hamster and put them in the same room, and was absolutely amazed when Tom caught Jerry. (the good thing was that my aunt caught Tom before he could eat Jerry, and I was punished)
When I was young, I had this golden retreiver, and every day I would go outside to play with her. When we would play, I'd pretend that I was her date to a formal dance and say, "may I have this dance?" She'd give me her paw, and then we'd dance. I seriously thought that my dog understood what I was saying, and was one excellent dancer.
When I was really little I thought if I mimicked my cat's meows well enough, that I would learn how to talk "cat".
When I was 5, I thought cats were spawned from moss, since moss was so soft. Made sense to me.
I used to be scared when seeing a mother dog biting the neck of her puppies, I thought she was eating them!!!!!! My mother told me this was not the case while i was in hospital getting a tetnis shot, i had tried to rescue the puppies!!!!!!!
i used to think that my puppy was a toy boat and almost drown him!
I used to believe when dogs bark and cat meow they are talking to each other
I used to and sometimes still think, that there was people inside my dogs. That since the begining of time people hid themselves in dog outfits, I was of-course never afraid to change in front of them because all my dogs were girls, then I got a boy dog. he ran away. This theory was destroyed when my dog had puppies.
One time our cat Buffy was up on our roof. I was only 4 and my brother and sister were 5 and 8. When we saw him we thought for sure he was stuck up there and couldn't get down. Our mom wasn't concerned when we told her but we were so worried we got a wagon out and layed some blankets in it. We lined this up underneath the garage and stood there yelling for Buffy to jump down. After 10 minutes of Buffy just siting there he casually strolled over to a tree next to the garage and climbed down it. We just kinda looked at each other and went "Oh".
When on holiday in Greece, I was sitting in a taverna with my family watching 2 dogs opposite getting very frisky. I said loudly to my parents: "Look, that dog's giving the other one a piggyback". Of course, that wasn't what they were doing at all . . . ;)