How Much Of A Cat Person Are You?
You have a low tolerance for B.S., and you don’t have any time in your life for cats and their fickle, ungrateful ways. If it were up to you, all cats would be shipped off to some island where they could be aloof together and every sensible person would get a nice, loyal dog instead.
You don’t love cats — because you think that a pet should be loyal, loving part of the family instead of scratchy and difficult and usually just under the bed anyway unless it’s dinnertime. You are a very reasonable, sensible person in a world that has apparently gone completely mad.
It’s not that you think people shouldn’t be allowed to have cats, it’s just that you don’t really understand what all the fuss is about. You value honesty, integrity, and loyalty, and you have strong bonds with the people and the animals you let into your life. Cats represent chaos and distrust, and they are not for you.
To be honest, you are probably a dog person. You took a cat-person quiz because, hey, why not see if you have some secret inclination toward cats that you didn’t really know about, but you don’t, really. I mean, cats are fine, but you should get a dog. Dogs are better.
Cats are fine, but frankly, you have better things to do with your life than worry about why cats are always being so mysterious and inscrutable about everything when all they have to worry about is what time their dinner is even though it is at exactly the same time every day.
You have probably had a cat or two in your life that you have liked, or even, yes, loved. You’re pleased that cats exist and you can enjoy their company, but you don’t totally understand all these people who are crazy about cats. You are like, “Calm down, people. They’re just cats."
You like cats! Cats are friends to you. You are definitely not not a cat person. “Hey, everybody who is fighting about this,” you say. “Why not be a cat person and a dog person? There is plenty of room in our hearts for all God’s creatures.” Which is a very good point and people should honestly listen to you more often.
You’re a pretty serious cat person. You understand cats and, more importantly, they understand you. You’re on their wavelength. When people are like, “I don’t get cats because they are too aloof,” you just roll your eyes because these people don’t understand cats the way you do.
You’re not messing around when it comes to cats. Cats and you are tight, and you will defend them to the death against the closed-minded bureaucrats who think all pets should be “obedient” like dogs. You’re a friend to the cats and the cats will not forget it when the revolution comes.
Cats, as far as you are concerned, are not just better than dogs — cats are better than most people. You and cats see eye to eye on most things, including the fact that the best way to spend any day is snuggled somewhere warm where nobody can bother you.
You go all the way up to 11 when it comes to cats! The cats in your life are not just your pets — they are your family. You understand cats in a way that most people will never fully grasp. Just in case you’re waiting for permission from a quiz — know that it would not be inappropriate for you to get a tattoo that says “Cat Life.”
You are the highest level of cat person that there is. You are so intensely on the cat wavelength that you might as well be a cat. As long as you live, you will be welcome among cats everywhere you go, and when you die, cats will come to your grave to pay tribute.