Dogs have about 530 million neurons, while cats have around 250 million, suggesting dogs may be considered scientifically smarter than cats.
Cats and dogs have different intelligences: cats excel in long-term memory, dogs in social tasks. Each species is smart in its unique way.
Cats' independence hinders studies on their intelligence; they are less cooperative than dogs, choosing not to respond to their owners' voice.
intelligent like 2-2.5-year-olds, understand 150+ words, sneaky for treats. Border Collies top with 250 words. Can count, learn by observation.
Dogs smarter than cats in neuron study. Cats delivered mail but took long; many didn't bother. Cats choose tasks wisely.
Dogs and cats are smart in different ways. Fish are better at counting than cats. Enjoy your pets and appreciate their unique abilities.