Study Says, Cat People Choose Cats Who Have Personalities That Are Same To Theirs

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A new study suggests that cat owners are more likely to choose cats who have similar characteristics to their own.

A group of participants consisted of 115 women and 11 men who completed a series of assessment of their own personality, their cat’s personality and their overall satisfaction with their cat.

Study says that “Dominant cats are greedy, defiant, and aggressive and bullying towards people/other cats, which could be attractive to potential owners who have similar tendencies in their own social interactions.”

“Impulsive cats are excitable and erratic, which could be pleasing to impulsive owners.”

One limitation of the study was that both the personality of the owner and the feline was assessed by the owner, which makes it possible that the owner perceives their cat’s personality to be similar to their own, even when it is not.

“Impulsive cats are excitable and erratic, which could be pleasing to impulsive owners.”

 


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