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My first grade teacher, a nun, told me that cats and dogs didn't have brains. I checked this fact with my mom a few years later.
i use to believe that cats really had nine lives...
when i was little i used to beleif that if a cat sneezed, then it would rain.
~I used to think my cats nose was wet because she got pee on it when she went in her litterbox!~
I used to think that white dog poo was left by white dogs.
I used to believe that all cats were female (probably confused with "feline") and all dogs were male.
I used to believe that all cats were girls and all dogs were boys.
I have always had cats, and as a kid, I thought the cat sitter was someone e who actually stayed at your house with the cat, like a babysitter.with kids, instead of just coming in to feed them once a day!
I used to think alsations were called owlsations
My best friend a really cute dog. And when we first met the dog was with her and she said her god could talk. She would always lean real close to hear what he was saying but the dog never talked to me. Finally when i was about 15 years old she told me over a bowl of ice-cream that the dog couldn't talk. I was flabergasted!
after i saw the movie all dogs go to heaven i never wanted to let my dog out of my sight!
When I was little, I used to think that cats could understand humans if we spoke to them in their native language: Italian. This was because we had on display an heirloom that was an Italian proverb plaque with a picture of a cat on it. I didn't know what it said, but I would still read it to my cat over and over and felt proud that he could finally understand me. What did it actually say? "When the cat's away, the mice will play."
I used to believe that cat tails were at least 15 inches long and that normal cats with short tail were weird.
Onw time i saw this dog and it had hair around its neck that looked like a mane,s o i told my neighbor who was younger than me that it was a lion and he ran inside crying, that ws like 6 years ago and when ever i think about it, i almost piss myself i laugh so hard
When I was younger, between 8 and 10 years old, I beleived that fixing a dog was when you put a rubber band around the base of their "pee wee" and let it fall off. I just couldn't figure out how they peed afterwards.
When I was little, I thought the cat got swallowed up by the space under my parents' headboard. (She came out after I went to bed and was eaten by a coyote.)
I used to think that dingoes were marsupials because they come from Australia.
I overheard my grandfather ask, "Who owns the media in New Zealand?" but I thought he was saying, "Amelia". Amelia is his cat, and we live in New Zealand, so I was like, "You do!".
When I was about like 3 years old we had a small kitten named cat and because of all the cartoons my sister and I watched I used to believe all animals could fly. So one day I climbed up on top of a dresser and dropped the kitten out of the bedroom window saying," fly kitty" and all she did was fall 3 floors down to the alley an bounce...which scared the heck out of my mom.
When I was young I used to believe that all cats with any orange coloring on their bodies were female