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Do narcissists hate cats? — 2 Comments

  1. I also get the sense Trump has a strong aversion to messes that might come with having a pet — perhaps that is a primary reason he chooses not to have a cat or dog? For example, he was chatting with Howard Stern about a charity ball at Mar-a-Lago in which an 80-year old guest hit his head after falling off stage. Trump described his reaction as, “I said, ‘Oh my God, that’s disgusting,’ and I turned away. I couldn’t—you know, he was right in front of me, and I turned away. I didn’t want to touch him…. He’s bleeding all over the place, I felt terrible. You know, beautiful marble floor, didn’t look like it. It changed color. Became very red…. And you have this poor guy, eighty years old, laying on the floor unconscious, and all the rich people are turning away. ‘Oh my God! This is terrible! This is disgusting!’ And you know, they’re turning away. Nobody wants to help the guy. His wife is screaming—she’s sitting right next to him, and she’s screaming.”

    A person who has more concern for his marble floor than the well-being of a seriously injured human being has no business taking care of a pet, in my opinion. Can you imagine Trump’s reaction to accidentally stepping in a hairball or regurgitated food?

  2. If Donald Trump is speaking truthfully about his reason for not having pets, then he is to be admired. It takes a strong person to admit that he/she is too busy, regardless of reason, to devote time and attention to another dependent, sentient being. That also suggests that the person knows the negative impact on that animal for being neglected. Two thumbs up for admitting a fault to the world.

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