Cat Person Personality

Do you prefer to spend time on your own? Always game to try new things? Then you could be a cat people.

Researchers from the University of Texas examined five character traits— extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism and openness.


1. Cat lovers are more introverted and individualistic

Cat people tend to spend time at home. Probably curl up and take an afternoon nap. They also see themselves as non-conformist and won’t blindly follow the rules. They’re just happy to follow their own path, like independent cats.

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2. Cat lovers are more open and curious

Cat people are 11% more open to new experiences. Those new experiences might include a desire to learn new things and new tricks. They are more likely to be creative, artistic, and nontraditional thinkers.

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3. Cat people are just complex!

If you get stressed out easily, you are probably a cat person. Cat people do seem to score more highly for neurotic personality traits than dog people. This may make them more prone to feeling worried, stressed, or anxious. Let's fill your life with cool cat themed items to take a break!

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