Dating people with cats
Not surprisingly, we see traces of homophily: Cat people tend to be friends with other cat people and dog people with other dog people.
Specifically, cat people are 2.2 times more likely to befriend other cat people when compared to randomly chosen friends from the general population.
If you're single and ready to mingle, run to your local animal shelter. A survey by and Pet Smart Charities released last month shows that the rumors are true -- man's best friend might also be man's best man.
And getting your pet from a shelter doesn't hurt, either.
This little bastard it going to bite my 0 weave? PLUS: How a Cat Flying on a Plane Wing is a Metaphor for Dating That’s actually the good news. The real problem, however, is that they’re commitment phobic. FYI: It’s so much fun to fuck a guy with cat hair all over his sheets. They can go away every weekend and leave their cat(s) alone for days.
What's more, 25 percent of women have been more attracted to someone because of their pet, and almost half put faith in their dog's judgement of their dates!
The different facets of all these fur balls made me think more about the different sides of me and how each of their diverse personalities somehow represented different parts of myself.
Not everyone can call themselves a “cat person” but by being one, I know firsthand why being in a relationship with [someone like] me rocks.
Because a man that owns a dog takes on the responsibility of walking the dog, picking up dog shit, feeding their dog and giving them constant love, attention and affection.
I am guessing this man will treat me the same – minus the poop. Living in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Tabitha is a self-proclaimed free spirit who travels extensively throughout the USA.