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When I was younger I always wanted to pick my cat up but she was always too fast and got away before I could grab her. I thought that if a stayed really still for a few minutes she would think I was a statue and I would be able grab her before she could get away. I remember doing this right up until I was about 10...oh dear.
I used to believe that that people were saying "kitty glitter" instead of "kitty litter". So I bugged my dad for months until he finally agreed to get one, as long as I was the one who dealt with the (g)litterbox. I wholeheartedly agreed and we finally got the cat. Needless to say I was pretty disappointed when i found out that cats did not actually come with a box of glitter to play with......
when i was little i thought my cat would turn into a lion when he got older.
When I was younger I thought all cats were girls and that dogs were boys. I have no idea why
I always thought dogs never slept since we did not have a pet dog and every dog I encountered at a friends was always awake. When we finally got a dog when I was 13 and saw it napping for the first time I was distraught and thought he had died. My mom then explained he was asleep.
when i was around 8, i asked my grandma how old her cat was, and she said around 16 years old. At this point in my life i thought that my grandmas cat had taken on the soul of a 16 year-old girl and was a very angsty cat, which explained why it didnt like me
I used to always think all cats were girls and all dogs were boys...didn't everyone?
When I was little, I used to believe that corgis (a breed of very short-legged dogs) were made by rolling a puppy inside of a carpet so that it's legs wouldn't grow, and then let out as adults.
I also thought that boxers and rotweillers and other dogs like that were just born without a tail.
It's odd how things like that are completely normal and not a bit disturbing in a little kid's mind.
I used to have this dog and my parents never got him neutered. So when i was little, I believe his ball sack is where his poop was kept until more poop came, and he'd poop out the previous poop, and the new poop would be kept in his ball sack, and so on.
When I was a young tot, I truly believed that all cats were female and all dogs were male. This also led me to often raise an eyebrow when seeing a female dog urinate and not lift a leg. And...well...cats I still can't tell...
As a child I believed that all dogs were "boys" and all cats were "girls"....what did i know about biology?!!
I used to believe that all dogs were boys and all cats were girls.
My cousin used to tell me if you watched a dog pee, you get pink eye. I believed him.
My cousin told me that if you look into my grandma's cat's eyes, you can see the future.
I believed it but was afraid of getting scratched in the face by doing so, so I never tried it.
I used to think that dogs were the males and cats were the females and thats why they were always chasing each other...
My brother told me that cat's beeped when you squeezed them. (Lightly of course) He'd squeeze them and beep and I thought it was the cat. I thought I was squeezing wrong for some time.
I USED TO THINK THAT ALL DOGS WERE MALE AND ALL CATS WERE FEMALE
I used to believe that dogs and cats would poo out of the tips of their tails. I mean, that's why they had tails; that's what their tails were designed for.
when i was 5 years old my parents brought home our first dog. it was a tiny, white, fluff ball or a puppy and after the excitement i started crying and wouldn't stop. for five minutes my mom attempted to calm me down and ask me why i was crying about getting a new dog. i told her that i was scared it would grow as big as clifford the big red dog and didn't want it to live with us.
I used to believe all dogs were male and all cats were female. I still call dogs "boy" and cats "girl."