What Being A Dog Or Cat Person Says About Your Personality
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What Being A Dog Or Cat Person Says About Your Personality

Are you a dog person or a cat person?

What Being A Dog Or Cat Person Says About Your Personality

Dogs or cats? That is the age-old question. Your pet preference can say a lot about your personality in general.

If you prefer dogs...

... you probably have a lot of energy. You love being outdoors and taking a walk around the neighborhood with your dog is a fun activity you both can enjoy together. You love being around people, and you can't leave a family member or friend without giving him or her a big hug. Some of our favorite activities include cuddling with your significant other, enjoying some yummy food and engaging in physical activities. While you may enjoy physical activity, your favorite activity is napping on a nice, comfy bed. You go with the flow and and tend to be extremely forgiving. You are also extremely obedient and have no problem taking orders from your boss as long as they are as kind as you are. In fact, you tend to go over and beyond for people who treat you well. You love people, but you have a six sense for recognizing bad people. Your loving nature may make you trust people you shouldn't and your loyal personality makes you give these people more chances than they deserve. However, that's why people love to be around you.

If you prefer cats...

... you probably enjoy being by yourself most of the time. Sure, you enjoy being around your close friends and family, but you look forward to when you can go home and just enjoy some alone time. You don't really care for physical activity and would much rather curl up on the couch and watch your favorite movie or TV show. You like to work alone and would much rather be your own boss than work for someone else. You can be very nice, but people know not to cross you. You are not afraid to speak up when someone treats you badly. You are great at communication and are very straight forward. When you are happy, you purr. When you are unhappy, you scratch. No one has to wonder what you are thinking or feeling—you let them know. People tend to misunderstand you and take your bold personality as a sign to stay away. However, that just makes your friendships with the people who took the time to see through your rough exterior even stronger.

If you don't like either...

You're just crazy.

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