What Cat Is For Me?

SamLock
2019-08-20 14:02:03
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What Cat Is For Me?
You want to get a cat but don't know which one to choose? There are hundreds of breeds in the world and every one has its character. Take the test to find out what cat fits you.

How much do you like fluffy cats?

What your cat should be like?

Tender

Unpretentious

Sociable

Smart

Yout cat brings a mouse onto your bed. Your reaction?

What environment you have at home?

It's noisy, a lot of children

No children, but friends sometimes call in

There's a kid, but he/she's calm

It's quiet at home, there are no strangers

Do you like to play with pets?

Do you have other pets?

Yes, another cat

Yes, a dog

Yes, a bird/fish/rodent

No

Will your cat be able to walk outside?

Yes, at the backyard

Yes, I'll air it on the leash

No, but I'll buy a cat playing complex

No

What is your lifestyle?

Usually I'm absent in the daytime

I often leave for business trips

I work at home

I work but there's someone at home all the time

Where do you live?

I have a big house

A flat with a few rooms

A one-roomed flat

A room

Russian blue

Russian blue cats are tender and easy-going but they never do something under compulsion. They feel ok staying alone, that's why they are perfect for busy people. They also calmly treat children and even take part in their games. However, Russian blue cats are very wary of strangers. They cannot stand other pets, especially dogs, and will always prove their superiority. Share the test with friends, maybe they also think to get a pet? :)

Scottish fold

Scottish cats are calm and balanced, they aren't afraid of loud sounds and unknown people. The cats of this breed are tender and attached to their owner. They get along with kids and other pets, including cats of other breeds and dogs, don't trying to dominate and making a scene. Thye like playing and feel ok staying alone. Share the test with friends, maybe they also think to get a pet? :)

Maine Coon

Despite their grim countenance, Maine Coons are sociable and caressing pets. They're attached to their owners but feel ok staying alone. They are good at getting along with kids and other pets except for small birds and rodents. Their hunting instinct is well-developed, they like active games, that's why it's better to get them in a private residence. Share the test with friends, maybe they also think to get a pet? :)

Siberian

Siberian cats are smart and quick-witted, their hunting instinct is well-developed. They're attached to their owners and are wary of strangers. They get along with kids but have to be treated with respect. Rarely and reluctantly get along with other animals. In general, these cats are considered calm and balanced although they like playing and larking. Share the test with friends, maybe they also think to get a pet? :)