Funny Father’s Day eCards – Send for Charity

Father’s day 2024 is on Sunday the 16th June, why not send your dad a funny father’s day eCard that is donated to charity. Just select a funny father’s day greeting your dad may like, personalise it and send it instantly or share to WhatsApp.

When in doubt call dad eCard
When in doubt call dad eCard
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Time to perfect your joke game father’s day eCard
Time to perfect your joke game father’s day eCard
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My awesome taste in music eCard
My awesome taste in music eCard
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Happy Fathers Day Chin eCard with balloon
Happy Fathers Day Chin eCard with balloon
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For you Dad Happy Fathers Day eCard
For you Dad Happy Fathers Day eCard
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Best Banker Happy Father’s Day eCard
Best Banker Happy Father’s Day eCard
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Best Banker in the world happy father’s day eCard
Best Banker in the world happy father’s day eCard
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Happy Father’s Day thankful puppy eCard
Happy Father’s Day thankful puppy eCard
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Happy Father’s day to a very special dad eCard
Happy Father’s day to a very special dad eCard
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10 out of 10 Father’s Day eCard
10 out of 10 Father’s Day eCard
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Happy Father’s Day 5 pints of beer eCard
Happy Father’s Day 5 pints of beer eCard
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Happy Father’s Day love Dad eCard
Happy Father’s Day love Dad eCard
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It’s Fathers’ Day Go Wild eCard
It’s Fathers’ Day Go Wild eCard
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Happy Fathers Day Sausage Dog eCard with balloon
Happy Fathers Day Sausage Dog eCard with balloon
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Happy Fathers Day with bottle of wine eCard
Happy Fathers Day with bottle of wine eCard
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Happy Father’s Day running dad eCard
Happy Father’s Day running dad eCard
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Happy Fathers Day Dog Dad eCard
Happy Fathers Day Dog Dad eCard
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Happy Fathers day to a Pawsome Dad eCard
Happy Fathers day to a Pawsome Dad eCard
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Happy Father’s Day -Cute Pug on a Scooter card
Happy Father’s Day -Cute Pug on a Scooter card
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Super Hero Flying Dog Greetings – you are my hero
Super Hero Flying Dog Greetings – you are my hero
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10 interesting personality traits of cat and dog lovers

Below are the personality traits of self-proclaimed cat and dog people. These personality traits are based on some scientific studies, most of them carried out to identify the real and perceived differences between dog and cat lovers.

It’s worth mentioning that some people love cats and dogs equally and despite the differences found by these studies, one fact that is far above all else is that cat people and dog people share one most important personality trait: their love for pets.

Another generalisation about cat and dog lovers is that most of them have other pets, in addition to having a cat and or a dog. You can find charity cat ecards to send to the cat lovers in your family or among your friends here.

1. Cat owners prefer low-energy hobbies, like reading or baking, which can be done comfortably from home with their cat companion nearby.

2. Dog people like keeping active, which dog ownership naturally provides plenty of opportunity for. Hiking, running, swimming—there are plenty of activities that dogs enjoy.

3. Dog people are also found to tend to believe that the world is rather structured and hierarchical.

4. Cat lovers are found to see the world as complex.

5. In a study by Carroll University, Wisconsin, psychologists found that cat people were generally more educated and also scored higher on intelligence tests.

6. The researchers also found that cat lovers are naturally more introverted.

7. Dog owners tend to head outdoors or seek out opportunities for social interaction.

8. Dog owners display higher levels of attachment to their animals than cat owners, according to some research.

9. Dog people prefer to have structure in their lives, with plans and routines firmly in place.

10. Cat people are more curious and creative, open to new experiences.

Ultimately, while the literature on cat people and dog people offers some fascinating insights into human and animal nature, it should probably be taken with a grain of salt. So If these traits don’t sound like the man you know, don’t be surprised. These findings are based on generalisations from surveys of dog and cat people, and not everyone will fit the mould.