Some things are best left unsaid. In every angle, it means you rather not see her ever again. Reminds me when my bro in law told my sister he loved his dog and her on the same level. Some thoughts just need to be deeply buried and never shown in the light of day.
Maybe he was a huge dog person and, to him, comparing her to a dog was a form of a compliment. As a cat person, I always compare my girlfriends to cats as a way of telling them how much I love them.
Personally, I think comparing cats to dogs is a huge insult to cats. Cats shouldn't be compared to dogs, they should be compared to humans -- in fact, in many ways, cats are much more loving than humans. I remember telling one of my ex-s, in order to compliment her on how much she loves me, "you have the type of feelings that no human can have, your feelings are the ones that only cat can have" -- meaning she is a lot more loving than most humans.
Then, with the other ex, we had what we called "softy game" where I was trying to convince her she is softer than me, and she was trying to convince me I was softer than her. In any case, one of the days we played that game it ended like this:
ME: You are as soft as a cat
HER: And you are softer than a cat
ME: Oh no, no human can ever be softer than a cat
And here is another one:
HER: In what way do you love me
ME: I want to give you a hug
HER: Hugging has to do with cats, do you love me in any way thats not related to cats?
By the way, she is devoted Christian and doesn't beleive in sex before marraige just like I don't, so she wasn't hinting at sex or kissing (she doesn't want to kiss before marriage either).
But in any case, it was really amusing how she KNEW that "hugging has to do with cats". Most people wouldn't ever think of that connection. So she "got it" when it comes to my ideas of cats.
Here is yet another one:
HER: If I am a cat then you are a tiger
ME: So you just admitted that you are a bigger softy
HER: No, a tiger is a bigger softy than a cat
ME: No, a cat is a bigger softy than a tiger
HER: But isn't tiger bigger?
ME: Even though tiger is bigger, a cat has a lot more softness per unit volume and, therefore, a cat contains more softness than tiger does which makes cat a bigger softy
HER: Tiger is just a big ball full of softness
ME: No, a tiger wants to eat a human but a cat would never eat a human
HER: The only reason a cat doesn't try to eat a human is that it knows that it can't
ME: No, a cat can't eat a human because a cat is too loving and too caring to want to do it
HER: If you were to put in a cage with a cat and you were to suddenly become smaller or cat were to suddely become bigger, you would be running and screaming "help me, help me, the cat is getting unsoft"
ME: No, it won't happen, a cat is too caring
HER: So do you think little kittens are bigger softies than adult cats?
ME: Yes for sure. And you are a kitten
HER: I think you are a bigger softy, and who would have better opinion than a little kitten such as myself?
ME: Well, from your last phrase you just admitted you are a bigger softy
HER: If I am a bigger softy, you are an ultimate softy
ME: No, you are an ultimate softy
In any case, a while later SHE sent me a video about how a little kid was saved by a cat from a dog. And then our conversation went like this:
ME: See how caring the cat is
HER: No, its God who made cat do that
ME: No, its that cat that was really caring. I wish I could snuggle with her, I bet she is really soft.
And yeah, by the way, I was always making sure to refer to cats as SHE. Like one of my other ex-s had a bunch of cats and only one of them was a female, the rest was males. I was referring to all of them as she -- and she kept correcting me to call them "he" -- and I was like "no no, there is no such thing as a male cat, any cat is a female by default: after all snuggling with a cat feels just as good as snuggling with a female".
Speaking of that other ex, she kept two of the cats in her own room and the rest of the cats were outside her room -- that was because one of the cats inside her room didn't get along with the other cat that was outside her room. In any case, one of those days she was cooking something outside her room, and I was in her room where I was "trying to study" but couldn't, because I kept getting disracted by the cats. So I was snuggling with both of the cats and then, when she walked into the room, I said "now there are three cats in this room" and started snuggling with her as well. She said "no, there are four cats"; I looked at her really confused, and then she said "well, aren't you a cat as well?" and I kind of hesitated and nodded. But I didn't like that one, I liked thinking of HER as a cat and of myself as a human.
When I was little in Russia we had a cat, and I wrote to cat a poem that says
Мя-у- мя-у -му -ме-У
Спи- мя-у-ка-лка- ме-У
Мя-гко- мя-гко- пла-ЧЕТ
The english transliteration is
Mja-u mja-u moo -me-OO
Spi- mja-u-kal-ka -mjao-OO
Mia-gko- mia-gko- pla- CHEET
Which in translation would be
Mja-u mja-u moo -me-OO
Go to sleep miaoo-sayer mjao-OO
She trusts me with her paw
And she cries really softly
In any case, I liked to take cats paw and move it up and down on each syllable -- thats why I have shown you how that poem reads syllable by syllabe. Also, back when I was little, I liked to take my mom's hand and move it up and down syllable by syllable the same way I did it to the cat -- and I was pretending that my mom and that cat was one and the same. In any case, when I became adult, and had the girlfriends, I was reading this poem to them, and moving their hand up and down, in order to show them how much I love them.