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History of Cats And Dogs Hostile

History of Cats And Dogs Hostile

Cats and dogs are two of the animals we see around us always. Both of these animals have a unique characteristic and very friendly. Easily maintained and does not provide a danger to their owners since he is well maintained. But if the two is met then the situation will be very different. Will result in a very stressful situation.

There is something unique about the history of hostile for Cats And Dogs. And this has been a long time ago, up to date among cats and dogs have never gotten along.

That in a narrated history of when it will be a big flood hit the earth, As Noah invited all the faithful followers to enter the ship that was made before. The whole of his followers entered the ship that's not even the beast come into it. All the fear of seeing the state of nature that seems unfriendly, the sky was black and the wind blows hard. So thrilling heart for anyone who saw it.

When a heavy rain soaked the earth, it appears the earth is flooded with water so that ships  rise above the water. When the ship sailed over the water then Noah prohibits any vessel for which there is no marriage. Because  ship load will be heavier if you have children onboard.

When all has been going on longer, it seems that a dog is not able to withstand the desire to marry a female. By trying to go unnoticed, they take the time and place to do it. However, the incident became known to a cat. So the cat came to Noah and to report the act to her dog. As Noah's call the dog and denounced his actions. But the dog would not recognize his actions. Then the cat says to the Prophet Noah:

"O Nabiyullah, I saw for myself that he had done this, Had you pray to God, of his mark will appears to you, and you can see with your own eyes." Noah Prophet prayed to Allah SWT.

Dogs do not seem to deter his actions. Until one day when a pair of mating dogs, then both cannot be separated.  So Noah came to meet again to report the dog's actions.

As Noah was coming to see the incident. And the dog was embarrassed over the incident had happened.

This is the effect of making dogs and cats do not get along until now.


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