Thank you soooo much for posting something only in Japanese! You’re brave, and don’t worry if you make mistakes. That’s how people learn. I just made a new embarrassing mistake last night. I was asked if school should engage in character education to instill moral and value in children. I thought they’re talking about anime character in education…like Doraemon, Superman, or Sailor moon, so I said using characters has a lot of great effects and explained why…it was so embarrassing when I found out what character education actually means, but thanks to that, I now remember it very well. lol:)
Anyways, going back to your Japanese, I just want to pick up 2 points to make your writing better:
です → でした
子供の時ネコが大好きですした → You’re talking about your childhood, so this です should be past tense でした. It’s the same as ずっと 好きですした.
今はもう〜: もう〜 by itself is commonly used, but when you want to say “now I’m no longer ~” compared to the past, it’s more common to say 今はもう〜 altogether. Here are a couple examples.
Now I no longer fear dogs.
I’m okay now.
I don’t want to hear anything now.
Hope that helps!
And here is my reply:
かう: to have/own (pet/animal)
かってる/かっている: to have/own (pet/animal) currently
合ってますよ！(Yes you are correct!)
派は「は」とよみます。(派 is read as HA)