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you know how some people say great danes are as big as a pony? well i thought that great danes were half pony half dog. hehe
I used to believe that all cats were girls and all dogs were boys. I wasn't quite too sure where kittens and puppies came from. Did Santa make them?
I once thought that all dogs were yellow, brown, or black, (all with floppy ears and red collars of course) and all cats were orange or black.
When I was little I used to believe cats and dogs were the same species. Cats were females and dogs were males.
When I was 2 I was on a city bus with my mother. There was a seeing eye dog who came on with a blind person. I loved animals so this was very exciting for me. I then proceeded to ask my mother if that doggy had a "skin mommy" or a "fur mommy". She managed to keep a straight face while she explained to me that that doggy had a fur mommy, just like I had a skin mommy and that fur mommies give birth to fur babies while skin mommies give birth to skin babies. That cleared up any issues I had with the matter and I was satisfied.
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 once asked my mom when our cat would learn how to talk.
I used to think that Kittens and Cats were completely separate animals, by watching cartoons, I got the impression that Kittens were cute lovable creatures and Cats are viscous monsters. I always used to say "I want a Kitten, but I don't want a Cat".
I thought dogs only peed on people in America! The reason for this is because there's a Garfield movie where they are visiting somewhere (I think Britain) and Odie plans to pee on somebody, but Garfield says, "Don't do the ugly American thing!".
OK, so there's this book called The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe where a magical lion named Aslan is killed but comes back to life.
When I was a kid, I thought that the reason was because he had nine lives.
I used to believe that after cats had been spayed, they weren't sewn up, they were stapled instead, and if you made them sneeze they would pop. I wasn't a psycho kid either, surprisingly.
Me: Why can't the cat come inside. It's cold out.
Mum: It's ok, she's got a fur coat on.
Me: Uh uh. Where's the zipper?!?
For the longest time as a child you used to think if i tried hardenough, I could either talk to cats, or become one.
I used to believe that dogs in China had slanted eyes like Chinese people do.
I have had at two dogs my entire life. When I was between 4 and 6, I believed that dogs were just people in costumes, and that was why when you gave them a command they understood you. I believed this until my mom bought me a Shi-Tzu (really small dog) when I was 6.
i used to believe that dogs were made from dogwood trees
when i was little i thought that dogs had puppies out of their teats, therefore the number of teats the dog had would determine how many puppies they would have
When I was a little girl I use to believe that animals were robots after seeing a commerical of a dog with a plastic leg.
I used to believe my Australian Cattle Dog could understand me when i spoke to him in spanish. I went to a spanish emersion school so i was fluent at the age of 6. I would have full out conversations with him daily.
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