Everyone knows that cats and dogs are as different as men and women, but now scientists have evidence that cats and dogs are different by the way they drink. Dogs tend to drink sloppily by lapping up water with their tongue. On the other hand, cats stick their tongue int he water and then rapidly pull it up, creating a column of water that gets sucked up into the cat’s mouth, causing much less splashing and mess than a dog.

Now that you can visually see proof that cats drink differently than dogs, you can marvel at how neat and tidy cats can be in comparison to dogs. Best of all, cats rarely dog droppings while the same can’t always be said for the ways dogs behave around cat droppings.

To learn more about how cats drink, click here.

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