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Wednesday, October 30, 2013
University Study - What it Means to be a Dog or a Cat Person
A report on EverydayHealth.com about a University of Bristol study on cat and dog people and what it means to identify as one or the other says the following:
"What Your Pet Preference Says About You
As this new evidence emerges, it seems that a person's answer to the question "Are you a dog person or a cat person?" may say a lot about his or her background and personality. Researchers believe it may be that some people naturally mesh better with the characteristics of a dog, and others mesh better with a cat."
If you are a dog person, you may share or be drawn to characteristics common in dogs. Dogs tend to be:
Outgoing? Well, maybe not, but "loving, loyal" yes, from all accounts, I would stay definitely "structured" when he's working, and he's more than "personable" he's adorable.
If you are a cat person, you may share or prefer some of the following characteristics that are common in cats:
He might argue, but I think he shares most cat traits as well!
"Take a moment to think about whether you prefer dogs or cats — and have some fun with it. Do other people in your life share your preference? Now think about what these pet preferences say about you and your loved ones. Now, proclaim yourself a dog person or a cat person — and be proud of it!"
To read the entire article click on link below: