According to Psychology Today, your preference of a cat or dog could reveal a lot about your personality.
There is a body of research to support this, says writer Peg Streep, and this means that it wouldn’t be misguided to use this information when choosing dates, a spouse, an employee, and even a “therapist, dentist, or lawyer.”
There are distinct differences between cat and dog people. According to Psychology Today, there are differences between dog people and cat people. There is a strong enough body of research, says Peg Streep, to make the findings a reliable way to evaluate potential dates, spouses, and even your dentist or lawyer!
Having a dog is a “social experience.” Having a dog as a pet, says Streep, is a “social experience.” As a result of needing to walk them, they create the opportunity for “impromptu friendships,” she says, and may show that dog people possess the willingness “to work harder at relationships.”
Dog people may enjoy complicated lives. A “dog person” may also be more comfortable with living a complicated life, says Streep, writing for Psychology Today. After all, she points out, they are undeterred by the caprices of the weather or the transition from day to night.