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Are you a “cat person” or a “dog person”?

It seems William Fuller of Bristol is a dog person, or maybe not. At a meeting Thursday night led by Councilor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu, Fuller said “Call me a terrible person if you like but I don’t want 3,000 ratty cats running around.”

So, are you a “cat person” or a “dog person”? BuzzFeed just might have the answer.

“Dog people” and “cat people” really do have different personalities, according to a new study.

Regardless of your preference, the community is rallying around the problem.

A very active Facebook group has been formed to help address the feral cat issue.

However, if you are a dog person you can help them via Petfinder. Rescue Dog Village has over a dozen homeless dogs available in the greater Bristol area.

2 comments on “Are you a “cat person” or a “dog person”?

  1. Anonymous

    Love cats, dogs, and respect ALL living creatures. Too bad for William Fuller who has no compassion for poor unfortunate felines that were no doubt abandoned by indifferent individuals as himself. The poor cats are “ratty” as he strangely comments, due to NO fault of their own. If the felines were cared for properly and not forsaken by cruel humans, they would be in loving homes, and be a part of kind hearted families. They need help and hopefully this issue coming to light will provide these wonderful creatures with the respect and a good life that they ALL
    deserve. And with any luck, there are no other humans with a cold hearted outlook as Mr. Fuller’s !

  2. I am definitely a cat person! I can’t help it they just melt my heart! :)