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English Conversations with Cliff LMA004, BARBARA w CLIFF #3.1

BARBARA w CLIFF #3.1

So today, though I originally planned on talking about music, I wound up having a conversation with Barbara about pets, and that works out just fine because I happen to be an animal lover and I found out so is she. I have a big dog; she has a big cat, 7 kilos, which I'm told is twice as big as a regular cat. We both agreed that cats are more independent than dogs and we agreed that the saying that dogs have owners while cats have staff is definitely true. She says that her cat is not one to sit on laps, but if you sit down she will enjoy being near you. She has long hair and when she sits sits up she looks proud like a lion. She's not particularly social, so she doesn't have a lot of exposure to other dogs, other cats, or other people, and she goes out, but only a little bit because there's always the risk of her running away.



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BARBARA w CLIFF #3.1

So today, though I originally planned on talking about music, I wound up having a conversation with Barbara about pets, and that works out just fine because I happen to be an animal lover and I found out so is she. I have a big dog; she has a big cat, 7 kilos, which I'm told is twice as big as a regular cat. We both agreed that cats are more independent than dogs and we agreed that the saying that dogs have owners while cats have staff is definitely true. She says that her cat is not one to sit on laps, but if you sit down she will enjoy being near you. She has long hair and when she sits sits up she looks proud like a lion. She's not particularly social, so she doesn't have a lot of exposure to other dogs, other cats, or other people, and she goes out, but only a little bit because there's always the risk of her running away.

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