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Is her a noun? Is cat a person, place or thing?

Isn't her a pronoun? Either a possessive or personal pronoun?

A cat is a thing, the word cat is indeed a noun.

Your dictionary can be a big help on these words...

yes and thing

A cat is a thing
her is a pronoun

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  1. a cat is a thing and my Brother said it is a animal and i ask him person place or thing and he it is a person place or thing and animal but the correct answer is that's a cat is a thing.

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