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What type of cat would be? Quiz

post #1 of 21
Thread Starter 
Found this online, it's pretty fun


Type Cat
post #2 of 21
Hmmm....

maybe, maybe not. I had some questions where a couple of the responses worked for me, but I had to choose just one.

Persian
The Persian is a relaxed observer. She quietly takes in the details of her surroundings and is happiest in her role as a spectator. The Persian will gladly accept affection, but does not often seek it out. Her loving and patient nature makes her an ideal housemate while her stress-free nature will allow her to make friends with whoever stops by. The Persian’s greatest past time is grooming her thick, tangle-prone fur, but it’s worth the effort, because she always looks fabulous!


Just for the record, I can go days (yes, literally) without brushing my hair. And no, I don't look fabulous
post #3 of 21
The same for me Naomi. a couple of the answers worked for me as well. But this is what I got;

Ocicat
The Ocicat is both playful and devoted. She may spring into action on a whim at any moment, or languidly pass an hour away in the lap of a loved one. The Ocicat is happiest with friends and struggles at being solitary for any period of time. Her exotic, no-fuss coat is a breeze to maintain, and looking her best comes easily. Inquisitive by nature, she gets into trouble from time to time. But any trouble is soon forgotten because she is off on a new adventure in a flash!
post #4 of 21
Ocicat
The Ocicat is both playful and devoted. She may spring into action on a whim at any moment, or languidly pass an hour away in the lap of a loved one. The Ocicat is happiest with friends and struggles at being solitary for any period of time. Her exotic, no-fuss coat is a breeze to maintain, and looking her best comes easily. Inquisitive by nature, she gets into trouble from time to time. But any trouble is soon forgotten because she is off on a new adventure in a flash!


LOL
post #5 of 21
Hehe...I went back and did it again, used the other answers and got - Ocicat!
post #6 of 21
It says that I am a persian. LOL.
post #7 of 21
Thread Starter 
Norweigan Forest Cat for me.......
post #8 of 21
Persian here. Which is funny because I raise persians. But I am not sure if I agree. Fun link though.
Denise
post #9 of 21
Ocicat

The Ocicat is both playful and devoted. She may spring into action on a whim at any moment, or languidly pass an hour away in the lap of a loved one. The Ocicat is happiest with friends and struggles at being solitary for any period of time. Her exotic, no-fuss coat is a breeze to maintain, and looking her best comes easily. Inquisitive by nature, she gets into trouble from time to time. But any trouble is soon forgotten because she is off on a new adventure in a flash!


We seem to be getting many Ocicat's around here!


post #10 of 21
Ocicat
post #11 of 21
Ocicat


(Ummmmmm.... see something in common?!?!)
post #12 of 21
This is what I always get.

Ocicat
The Ocicat is both playful and devoted. She may spring into action on a whim at any moment, or languidly pass an hour away in the lap of a loved one. The Ocicat is happiest with friends and struggles at being solitary for any period of time. Her exotic, no-fuss coat is a breeze to maintain, and looking her best comes easily. Inquisitive by nature, she gets into trouble from time to time. But any trouble is soon forgotten because she is off on a new adventure in a flash!
post #13 of 21
I was a Snowshoe Cat. Never heard of one before.

Ginger
post #14 of 21
Ohhh Snowshoes are beautiful!!!
post #15 of 21
And another Ocicat
post #16 of 21
That reminds me... bringing up snow shoes.
I've known of them for years, and remember what they look like.

One of my clients adopted a siamese from a breeder, they swear that this kitten came from a long line of purebred siamese, thought it looked MUCH more like a snow shoe, specially a snow shoe siamese mix (it's head was smaller).
It was still pretty young, and not full bodied yet, but it had white mits, just like on a snow shoe, and the same style of markings.

Think maybe the breeder lied to them, or is it really a defect that can happen with siamese?
post #17 of 21
Wow, Snowshoes are really cool looking!

Ginger
post #18 of 21
I did this one before and I was a Persian!
post #19 of 21
I'm a Persian...pretty ironic since I've got one! Maybe she's rubbing off on me...and not just all of that fur!!LOL!
post #20 of 21
Another Persian here. I really don't spend that much time on my hair, either. If it takes too long, it's not worth it.
post #21 of 21
I've done this test before, and have come up as an Ocicat. This time, I got a different answer:

Norwegian Forest Cat
The Norwegian Forest Cat is strong and independent. She is reserved with newcomers but blossoms in the company of old friends. Confidently defending what is hers, she does not like strangers in her territory. Her luxurious coat is a lot to handle, and needs regular upkeep. An amazing athlete, the Norwegian Forest Cat thrives on physical activity, and no leap is too great or prey too quick for her to tackle. This huntress is clearly queen of her domain!


I agree with the first part, but needing regular upkeep? And thriving on activity? I get my hair cut when my bangs get in my eyes and physical activity is not my priority But, I will agree I'm the queen of my domain.
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