The theme of this child’s story is that hard work really does pay off. Both the first and second pigs threw their shelters together as quickly as they can, so they could play. Many little kids hate work, I know I did. Who wants to work if you can play? The third pig however, is older
The cats' skill in killing them may have first earned the affectionate attention of humans. Early Egyptians worshipped a cat goddess and even mummified their beloved pets for their journey to the next world—accompanied by mummified mice! Cultures around the world later adopted cats as their own companions. Like their wild relatives, domestic cats are natural hunters able to stalk prey and pounce with sharp claws and teeth. They are particularly effective at night, when their light-reflecting eyes allow them to see better than much of their prey.
Another big part of a dogs; life is their territory. They need an essential place to not only lay their loads but to burn off some energy. Big yards do wonders for dogs’. Most like dogs, cats also need a place to go when duty calls, most inside cats use a litter box with grainy, gravel-like pellets in the bottom. It is a small space compared to a yard where a dog can do his business.
I have had both a cat and dog in the past. Dogs need a lot more care and attention.Cats hardly need anything at all. For a cat, the only things you really need to have are a litter box, Food, dishes,water,litter, and a litter box. Cats can have the run of your house and be indoor cats or you can have them be an outdoor cat. Show the cat a litter box and she or he is trained its that easy.
Also, cats are not able to irritate your neighbors in the loudness sense, because they generally do not make many powerful sounds. If your pet does not annoy people nearby, you do not get any rude phone calls telling you to “get your dog to shut up,” and as a result, you are much happier and at better terms with your neighbors. Secondly, cats do not require walking - they know how to exercise themselves in the house, and the majority of them will come back if you let them outside. If you don’t have to take your pet for a walk, it saves you a lot of time when you could be doing something much more worthwhile. Also, when you don’t have a dog that needs to get outside, you aren’t required to pick up the waste they deposit when they relieve themselves in the middle of the sidewalk.
The first reason is that the cats don’t bark. Even the loudest meow from the cat is much better than the quietest bark of a dog, which is very much sufficient to keep one awake all night long. Another big reason is that cats can clean themselves and on the other hand the dogs need to have the owner to give them a bath, which is at times a pain to do and more time consuming. Moreover, if cats get lost they are amazingly good at finding their way home while the dogs will not return when lost. Dogs are more demanding than cats.
a) A cat's territorial nature is very much a reflection of its social behavior. b) Pet cats that are permitted to roam freely outdoors rarely spend much time with other cats. c) cats prefer to share their territory, indoors or out, with few or no other cats. TRANSATION 4: Lastly, let me wrap up my speech C) CONCLUSION
They cross a tunnel and her parents smell tasty food. They don’t care that the owner is not there, they just eat. Chihiro cannot stop her parents from eating and feels uncomfortable. She meets a strange boy who tells her that she must leave before nightfall or she’ll be trapped. When she is back at the restaurant, she finds her parents have been transformed into extremely fat pigs.
Aloofness, however, is not something that I think is common in cats, some breeds are more typically aloof but, as a whole, I find cats to be very personable. Most cats like to cuddle close to their human companions. Cats become easily attached to their humans and become very loyal to them, this adds to their aloof character when it comes to strangers. Cats, despite being loyal to their owner, are very independent by nature. This adds to their purported aloofness.
When they gather around for the first time after Ralph summons them, he declares “We’ll have rules…lots of rules! Then when anyone breaks ‘em-.” (Golding 33). The boys are excited to have rules; they are comforted by this thought, even Jack, who is in obvious competition with Ralph to become chief from the very start. They are welcoming to the thought of punishment if rules are broken, because this is how they function in their civilized lives. When Jack finds out there are animals on the island, he wants to hunt them.