Hi friends,

I learnt that in English we use "WHO" for God and human being whereas "WHICH" is used for animals, plants and non living things. If its fine then please review the conversation below and advise:

Tom: What do you do at eleven o'clock?

Ms. Venika: I go for a walk with cuto.

Tom: Who is cuto?

Ms. Venika: cuto is my cat.
Cuto should be capitalized if it's the name of your cat. I think your explanation about who and which are applicable to relative pronouns in many contexts. In your dialog who is an interrogative pronoun, and which would be wrong. Who is fine. If the speaker were sure that Cuto wasn't a person, he might say: What is Cuto?

Cool Breeze Great job, thanks alot.

So glad to read your specified reply.

Thank you once again,

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