"What have you done?"
"I would have thought the answer to that question is fairly obvious. I've turned everyone into cats and dogs."
"Of course you have, now that you mention the fact I can see that is indeed what you have done. I guess I should have asked you . . . why?"
"Well, it was something to do, you know? People were always going on about being cat people or dog people, so I thought I'd give it a whirl."
"So how is it going so far?"
"Frankly, not so well. I'm not so concerned, they didn't appear all that happy when they were people, being cats and dogs hasn't made them any less happy. All is pretty much the same, the dogs are forming packs of superiors and inferiors, the cats are preening and showing off, the female cats showing off their bottoms and pretending they have no interest in the male cats, nothing has really changed. I'm a little disappointed."
"And what of the people who like both cats and dogs? Oh, I see, those abominations over there, chasing themselves."
"Yes, well, indecision has always come at a price."
"Are you planning to change them back at any time? I have a feeling they may appreciate it."
"As it turns out I may have to, the stench is becoming unbearable. All these charming pets, descended from wolves and tigers, unable to clean up after themselves, absolutely reliant on humans to follow them around and pick up their mess. Otherwise there really isn't much difference between these cats and dogs and the humans."
"So, a failed experiment?"
"I guess so, although every experiment teaches us something. At least now I can update the dictionary definition of a human, from 'Earth animal' to 'Earth animal with sewage technology'."
"Very good, carry on."