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Your Pet and Your Personality

Different pet owners have different personalities

The animal you choose to keep as a pet can tell a lot about your personality. Different people keep different animals as pets. This article will be talking about your pet and your personality and how they could be connected!

The most common animals that people keep as pets are, of course, dogs and cats. Some other pets can be animals like hamsters, rabbits, fish, turtles, and birds. Let us discuss some animals and their owners’ personalities.

Dogs

The most common animal to have as a pet would be a dog. They are loveable and loyal, and said to be a man’s best friend.

Dog owners are extroverts! They are physically active and enjoy sports and the outdoors. Depending on whether the dog is large or small in size, the owner could be a conservationist or liberal. Owning a dog is also a sign that you are self-confident, assertive, and persistent. You have a fun and adventure-loving personality!

Cats

Cat owners are highly sensitive. They are reserved and keep their emotions to themselves. People who keep cats as pets may have an eye for detail and beauty.

Authors and artists are common cat owners as cats require less attention than dogs. Cat owners are intelligent and solitary; they enjoy humor and do not change friendships.

Rabbits

The owners of these soft and furry creatures are kind, warm, and full of sympathy for others. They love experiencing new things and are very creative. Some rabbit owners can be a little moody at times. Sometimes their personalities are also described as being scatterbrained.

Fish

People who keep fish as pets are full of contentment. They are always calm, they never panic, and they are also emotionally stable. They are said to deal better with issues related to mental health.

Fish owners are social and are good at counseling and teaching others. These owners are unmaterialistic, very optimistic, and they have a good sense of humor too!

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Birds

Considerate and caring, bird owners are as lively as their winged pets. They are very expressive and will be found at almost all social gatherings. Bird owners tend to have strong personalities and are more dominant than others. Also, they tend to look at the bigger picture a lot!

Hamsters

When it comes to hamster owners, they are typically highly educated. They are people who have strong ethics and are brainy and ever curious about the world around them. Hamster owners usually succeed at whatever they try to do!

Turtles

People who keep turtles as pets are best described as hardworking and diligent. Extremely patient and reliable, they also have great organizational skills.

Your Pet and Your Personality

Your pet is a reflection of your personality. It tells the world what kind of person you are. Your choice of a pet animal over another sometimes speaks volumes.

Pets are like friends and family members. We choose pets based on their personalities to share our interests just as we would choose a friend.

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Written By Lisa Lee

Lisa Lee is a proud mother of three living in sunny San Diego county. With three children under 10 years old and a pet pug named Daisy, Lisa sure has her hands full. Before starting her career as a family lifestyle writer, Lisa worked as a third grade elementary school teacher. Through her time teaching and parenting, Lisa has become quite the expert at dealing with children and wishes to share her vast knowledge and experiences with other fellow parents.

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