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I once watched a movie,, keep in mind I was little I watched a movie about cats and dogs so they called cats "pussycats" so I asked my mom that if their was such things as a pussydog!!? So embarrassing
I use to believe that cats and dogs were the same species; cats were girls and dogs were boys.
I thought lions and tigers were the same type of animal just that lions were always male and tigers were female.
When i was 8 I thought the expresion 'raining cats and dogs' was true.
until I was 12 I ran outside in the rain to see if it really was raining cats and dogs.
I would stand in the rain for about 15 minuets waiting for the cats and dogs to come down.
When I was young, I used to think that my dogs would wait until my whole family was asleep then unzip their animal costumes (on their bellies) and pop out to act like we do. I imagined them sitting properly in chairs and fetching cups from the cupboards. This would, of course, end as dawn was approaching and we were about to wake up. They would climb back into their pet costume and resume their place as our pets. Everytime they would roll onto their back for a scratch I would look for the zipper.
I used to believe that all dogs were boys, and all cats were girls, and that my cat would grow into a tiger eventually.
I once asked my mom when our cat would learn how to talk.
When I was a kid I thought that all dogs were boys and all cats were girls. When sex-ed came along I was super confused on how each species kept going.
My 3 year old son was sobbing his heart out one day. I asked him what was wrong. He said our dog, a male, was laying an egg and he didn't want puppies. He actually had vomited up knickers.
When I was about 9 we had a cat named Bob and we fed him Iams cat food. For the longest time I thought he was eating "Lambs".
my 10 year old granddaughter thought a fire hydrants sole purpose was for dogs to pee on. she called it a dog pee thing.
I used to believe that when animals died, they became stars in the sky. We lived in the country, and I had more than one cat disappear, most likely to the unlucky dinner of local coyotes and red foxes. I would lay in the front yard at night for hours crying and trying to console my young heart with the twinkling stars above.
When I was, like, three, i thought my cat was an evil sorcerer and would cast a spell on me. XD
As a kid I thought dogs stupid but funny and that cats were evil demons.
When I was a kid I used to believe that If I kissed a dog in the mouth I would get pregnant and have puppie dogs as babies.
My grandma got a cat when I was about 4-5 and I figured she must have picked it up off a shelf at the grocery store, like bread or cereal. It never occurred to me that I'd never seen cats and dogs on the shelves there, it just seemed natural.
I used to believe that all the dogs were male and that all the cats were female. I believed this until I saw a male cat and a female dog.
I used to believe that all cats were female and all dogs were male, even though my friend had a female dog and I eventually got a male cat.
When I was a child I was smarter then my parents, so my parents were embarrassed because I knew much they didn't and they stopped telling me things. So, until the age of about eight I thought that the dogs were the boys and the cats were the girls.
I used to believe that all cats were girls and all dogs were boys!