Natural speed please
I raised a dog about 10 years ago. At the time, having cats as pets was not common.
The breed of dog that I had was a Maltese, which is really suitable for a pet.
It followed everyone, didn't bark too much, and was not too big to raise in my apartment.
But as I think back on it now, there were many things to consider.
I needed to wash it frequently, brush its hair, and polish its claws, and it sometimes made a mistake to relieve itself.
It felt lonely too much when it was left alone. So I've thought that it's difficult for one person living along to have a dog.
Now I have a cat. It is more convenient to raise than a dog.
A cat can wash itself, eat all the food it needs, and use its toilet without any mistakes.
It may also feel lonely, but less so than a dog.
The only disadvantage, compared to dogs, is the hair. A cat leaves its hair everywhere.
To speak in exaggeration: a cat is a hair generator.
But a dog has this advantage: it follows a human's instructions well and can be trained to understand human speech.
I tried to train my cat, but I couldn't. Though my cat seemed to understand what I said, it always ignored me and tried to force me to do something else it had in mind.