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Your result for The Animal Archetype Test...

The Cat

Domestic, Solitary, Serious, Intelectual: you are the Cat!

Cat represents a balance of strength in both physical and spiritual, psychic and sensual powers, merging these two worlds into one. Curious, intelligent, and physically adept, cat people tend to live in a world all their own.

This test categorized you based on four different axes of personality, which were then associated with a different animal. The four axes, as well as all possible results are explained below.

Wild/Domestic: This first axis categorizes you based on how much you are drawn to the outdoors, versus how much you are drawn to civilized situations. Domesticity has many shapes and forms, and varies from the joy of dolphins leaping next to a ship to the steadfast loyalty of a family dog.

Gregarious/Solitary: This axis measures how solitary you are. If you scored high, it means that you enjoy the company of other people, while a low score indicates that you prefer a more solitary lifestyle.

Trickster/Serious: This axis measures how well you line up with conventional trickster archetypes. People who fall into this archetype have a sense of humor and an excitable, highly chaotic streak. Scoring low doesn't mean that you don't have a sense of humor; it just means that you probably don't think dynamite is very funny.

Intellectual/Emotional: This last axis determines whether you are more emotional -- acting based on feelings and instinct, or rational and intelectual -- acting more on thought than on your gut feelings.

WildGregariousTricksterIntellectualThe Hyena
WildGregariousTricksterEmotionalThe Otter
WildGregariousSeriousIntellectualThe Antelope
WildGregariousSeriousEmotionalThe Wolf
WildSolitaryTricksterIntellectualThe Weasel
WildSolitaryTricksterEmotionalThe Coyote
WildSolitarySeriousIntellectualThe Raven
WildSolitarySeriousEmotionalThe Frog
DomesticGregariousTricksterIntellectualThe Fox
DomesticGregariousTricksterEmotionalThe Dolphin
DomesticGregariousSeriousIntellectualThe Horse
DomesticGregariousSeriousEmotionalThe Dog
DomesticSolitaryTricksterIntellectualThe Rat
DomesticSolitaryTricksterEmotionalThe Ferret
DomesticSolitarySeriousIntellectualThe Cat
DomesticSolitarySeriousEmotionalThe Squirrel

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( 9 comments — Leave a comment )
Jun. 24th, 2008 10:01 am (UTC)

Jun. 24th, 2008 10:06 am (UTC)
I've been meaning to ask -- who/where/what kind is the cat in your icon?
Jun. 24th, 2008 10:35 am (UTC)
Proud mama responds
That is a poor quality phone pic of my Birman (http://www.cfa.org/breeds/profiles/birman.html), TAG (T'Cin's Always Gallant). He is what is called a Blue. I bought him originally as a show quality cat, but he got DQ'd (Disqualified) at his first show because of a flaw in his stocking neither the breeder nor I saw. She refunded the difference in show and pet price and now I have an exquisitely handsome and loving pet. They are called The Sacred Cat of Burma in Europe. Birman's are one of the foundation breeds of the more popular Ragdoll (http://www.cfa.org/breeds/profiles/ragdoll.html), and are sometimes confused with Himalayans (http://www.cfainc.org/breeds/profiles/articles/persian-himalayan.html), though I don't understand why, given the radical facial differences. I've probably told you far more than you want to know! Thanks for asking though--I love my boy, and I think the breed should be much more widely known than it is--they're beautiful, affectionate, and very calm kitties (and mine, at least, if a ferocious mouser!)
Jun. 24th, 2008 11:03 am (UTC)
Re: Proud mama responds
I thought he looked like a blue. :) We're getting a blue mitt Ragdoll in a couple weeks, actually! The husband is a dog person, so we're compromising by getting a dog in a cat suit. She's show quality, but we're getting her as a pet, so I don't know if we get a registered name with her anyway or what. First time buying a purebred, so I'm not sure what to expect. Or whether I should try to show her after all since she *does* have the breeding for it. Not sure if the breeder will let me switch and pay the difference after the fact.

As far as facial differences? Well, until a month or so ago, I didn't realize Himalayans were a strict subset of Persians. My mental image of a Himalayan was of the doll-faced ones, which more strongly resemble Birmans.
Jun. 24th, 2008 05:09 pm (UTC)
Re: Proud mama responds
TAG was my first purebred, too. We were overjoyed to find that what we got was 100% cat, just gorgeous.
Jun. 24th, 2008 07:10 pm (UTC)
Re: Proud mama responds
BTW, my breeder sent me the papers for my kitten after I gave proof that I'd had him neutered (purchase price for a cat to breed was almost twice the price for pet quality). Try to get that deal, because the breed clubs usually have the most up to date information on breed reactions to meds and new diseases, and they often only let you join if you have a registered cat. It's really worth it just for the potentially life-saving information.
Jun. 24th, 2008 07:15 pm (UTC)
Re: Proud mama responds
There are breed clubs? Good to know, thanks, I will indeed ask her about that!
Jun. 24th, 2008 10:39 am (UTC)
And if you go to this page (http://www.t-cin.com/cats/index.htm), you can see his mommy and daddy:
Mommy: You Are My Sunshine
Daddy: You're So Vain
Jun. 24th, 2008 12:23 pm (UTC)
Hee hee, I got the same result! Meow at'cha later!
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