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Do you prefer pets to be male or female?
Posted 1/26/17
Do you prefer pets to be male or female?
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27 / F / New Jersey, USA
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Posted 1/26/17
Doesn't really matter to me?
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Posted 1/26/17
Their both kawii so it don't matter.
Posted 1/26/17
Either is fine.
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Generally males are more territorial but I don't mind either.
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Posted 1/27/17
Females so I don't have to see their dicks and hairy balls all the time.
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69 / M / Columbia, MO
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Posted 1/28/17
Domesticated, spayed female cats live longer than the males, are better dispositioned too.

Longest living cat my family had was Cinderella Foo (domesticated short hair female tabby), lived 24 human years. Longest lived male (spayed Siamese lived 19 human years....hips go at 15 and cat endures muscular atrophy on affected leg from there).

Male cats can be real stinkers in the cat box too compared to their female brethren.
Posted 1/28/17 , edited 1/28/17
Both have negatives.
I don't want to be surprised with looking after a litter of kittens but I don't want to cut off the male's balls.
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Ajures
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Posted 1/28/17
I don't like sexism
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26 / M / USA
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xD I just love the inanity of some questions.

But no, a pet's sex literally has no perceivable effect on their kawaii-ness. lamo
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Posted 1/28/17
male
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40 / F / Sydney, Australia
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Posted 1/29/17
Male, if it's an option simply due to the fact neutering a male cat or dog costs less than half what it costs to spay a female. However, I have a habbit of picking up or falling in love with strays so usually gender isn't exactly a consideration then ^^
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Posted 5/26/17
Male, i feel as if they are more friendly!
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30 / M / Sacramento, CA
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Posted 5/26/17
For cats, definitely female. Male cats spray. I have three cats at the moment, all of them female. I've only ever owned two male cats and they both became outdoor cats because they sprayed.

For dogs, I don't really care one way or another. They're pretty easy to potty train no matter the gender. I've had up to seven dogs at one time of varying genders (started at 3, never got them fixed and they just sort of kept multiplying). Right now I only have two dogs, and they're both male.
Posted 5/26/17
Either is fine doesn't really matter to me.
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