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We recently learned that cats produce less of the "love hormone" oxytocin than dogs do when their humans are around. What does that mean? In a nutshell, it means that dogs love their humans waaaaaaaaaaaay more than cats do. (Click >>>>here for original story.)
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But here at BarkPost Discover we're not satisfied until we do our own research. After intensely scouring the internet, we found irrefutable pictographic evidence that cats clearly don't love the way dogs do. Here are 11 more pieces of evidence that dogs love their humans more than cats do:
Source: @thedogshop_
1. Clearly, only one of the subjects in the image above has just received a blast of love hormone. Can you identify which one?
2. Unsure of the cat's decision to ignore the human, the dog quickly sneaks a peek at the human behind the camera.
Source: @shir_horses
3. Desensitized by years with low levels of oxytocin, this cat no longer makes an effort to even look at his human.
4. Here we see a dog attempting to properly educate their human.
Source: @anna_farfel
5. Which of these faces really looks like it's happy to see you?
Source: @pegasong
6. This dog struggles to produce oxytocin while making eye contact with a cat. FAIL.
Source: @mkviesse
7. Notice these dogs are looking upward, where a human's eyes would be. The cat stares coldly, menacingly into the dead gaze of the camera.
8. If this cat truly understood love, wouldn't it be hugging a dog or a human instead of an inanimate object?
Source: @acdreamy
9. Given the choice to make eye contact with a human to produce even mild levels of oxytocin, the cat declines.
Source: @ghio_11
10. "Resistance is futile, Cat. You'll learn to love!"
11. "I'm trying, Dog! I'm really really trying!"
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11 More Pieces Of Evidence Dogs Love Humans Better Than Cats

We recently learned that cats produce less of the “love hormone” oxytocin than dogs do when their humans are around. What does that mean? In a nutshell, it means that dogs love their humans waaaaaaaaaaaay more than cats do.

But here at BarkPost Discover we’re not satisfied until we do our own research. After intensely scouring the internet, we found irrefutable pictographic evidence that cats clearly don’t love the way dogs do.

Checkout the pictures above for 11 more pieces of evidence that dogs love their humans more than cats do!

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