I have read some articles online that the correct SEO-practices suggest that you shouldn't use stop words in URLS. Does this also apply for URLs for pages that target long-tailed keywords that contain a stop word? I can't find a good source that talks about these specific URLs.
The list of stop words that are suggested to remove form URLs by multiple articles:
A, is, what, who, how, was, this, that, but, at, be, for, he, she, iam, I, in, its, your, with, all, any, did, do, had, has, here, his, and, etc...
So suppose I want to write a webpage that targets the long-tailed keyword:
Why do I like puppies more than cats
What would be the optimal URL in this case?