A dog thinks: Hey, these people I live with feed me, love me, provide me with a nice warm, dry house, pet me, and take good care of me... They must be Gods! A cat thinks: Hey, these people I live with feed me, love me, provide me with a nice warm, dry house, pet me, and take good care of me... I must be a God!
rtyhgn85A dog thinks: Hey, these people I live with feed me, love me, provide me with a nice warm, dry house, pet me, and take good care of me... They must be Gods!

A cat thinks: Hey, these people I live with feed me, love me, provide me with a nice warm, dry house, pet me, and take good care of me... I must be a God!

Emotion: smile

1. Omit the comma after "warm".

2. Use only one period after "me".
The 3 periods here note a pause in thought. Like "Umm... Emotion: thinking I must be God!"
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Nah - his punctuation's absolutely fine - especially the comma after 'warm'...
AnonymousNah - his punctuation's absolutely fine - especially the comma after 'warm'...

I don't agree.

Generally speaking, putting a comma between serial adjectives serves no useful purpose, although some people do it. But why have a comma after "warm" and not after "nice"?

But more importantly, the commas in that sentence should be restricted to separating the things the people do for the animals.
A dog thinks, “These people feed me, love me, take good care of me, and provide me with a nice, warm, dry house . . . they must be Gods!"

A cat thinks, “These people feed me, love me, take good care of me, and provide me with a nice, warm, dry house . . . I must be a God!"

I shortened the statements and created quotations. As far as the adjectives, I thought the general rule is that two adjectives do not need commas, but that three do. I understand it is acceptable to omit them, too. I added a comma between the third and fourth phrases, which I also believe to a be optional. English is the hardest language to learn.

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The comma after nice is because the writter just want to give the adjective to the word "warm"....

Hope that i helped you...
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