Crazy cat girl dating
Cats look down on us.” Having a cat doesn’t endow you with many social benefits in the real world—unless you are like the twenty-something girl in my New York neighborhood who has a double stroller for her two kitties and since they often sit next to her on a borrowed stoop, basking in the sun as she texts or chats, there’s often a crowd of onlookers.
While a cat, unlike a dog, won’t expand your social circle in the real world, cyberspace is another story.
They also tend to be more non-conformist—perhaps echoing the independence for which cats are famous—and score higher on intelligence tests.
(Does that mean my shift to the cat camp means I'm getting smarter?
Gosling and others, looked at the Big Five personality traits in self-identified cat and dog people.
Their findings confirmed the results of other studies—that dog people were more extraverted and less neurotic than the cat ones.
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That’s what a study of 600 college students by Denise Guastello and colleagues found, while also re-confirming earlier findings that dog lovers are more outgoing and lively.