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post #1 of 26
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http://quiz.ivillage.com/home/tests/thinklikecats.htm

This is what I got:

You scored 60% correct!
You Connect With Your Cat!
Well done! You know your cat better than most. Keep at it and you will learn to think like a cat in no time at all.
post #2 of 26
Here's mine:

You scored 90% correct!
You Think Like A Cat!
Congratulations! You are in tune with your feline's needs and moods.
post #3 of 26
I scored 70%.
post #4 of 26
90% for me too! I missed the one about rolling on their bellies.
post #5 of 26
You scored 80% correct!
You Think Like A Cat!
Congratulations! You are in tune with your feline's needs and moods.
That was a fun little quiz! I missed the one about showing their belly too! Didnt know that it was the opposite for dogs and cats!
post #6 of 26
Wow, I got 70% correct! I wish it would tell me which ones I got right and which ones I got wrong, though...

I just took it again, because I see that all of you got your answers. This time I got 80% correct, and got #2 and #9 wrong.
post #7 of 26
I got 60% too.
post #8 of 26
I got 90% here too!!!!!

I missed the one about him rolling on to his back in a fight I never knew the right answer, how strange!
post #9 of 26
Yay, I got 90 percent. I got the one wrong about when a cat exposes it's belly in a fight. I thought it meant submission but I guess it's aggressive.
post #10 of 26
You scored 90% correct!
You Think Like A Cat!
Congratulations! You are in tune with your feline's needs and moods.


I got the one wrong about exposing the belly during a fight as well.
post #11 of 26
100%! Woo! I'm smart!

But then, I've had good tutors... *snuggles Baby Girl, who is currently being a lap cat*
post #12 of 26
!00%. My cats have me trained well!
post #13 of 26
I got 90% and got the one wrong about rolling on their back. I knew the right answer, but I would have said "defensive" not "aggression", so I guess it was a matter of sematics.
post #14 of 26
Same here got 90% and missed the same question as you did.

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Originally Posted by Sandtigress View Post
90% for me too! I missed the one about rolling on their bellies.
post #15 of 26
woot! 80% I feel so well trained!!
post #16 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sandtigress View Post
90% for me too! I missed the one about rolling on their bellies.
Wasn't sure about #9
post #17 of 26
Got 90% Missed the question about the flicking tail - chose playfulness instead of greeting.
post #18 of 26
I got 90% and missed the one about exposing the belly too. It makes sense that it's aggressiveness though when I think about how many times I've had all 4 sets of claws sunk in my hand and bite marks on my fingers! Yeah, they're deadly in that position!
post #19 of 26
Well, usually when they're scared, they stay on their feet so they can run if they have to. A cat that's committed to fighting rolls on its back to put all four feet into play. But they can also be playing when they're in that position. Wrestle-matches
post #20 of 26
You scored 90% correct!
You Think Like A Cat!
Congratulations! You are in tune with your feline's needs and moods.

Only got one wrong - the first one - now I did get the belly one - always thought it was submission but recently found out it was more of a defensive as they are waiting the "bunny kick" the enemy that way - on the back is submission in dogs
post #21 of 26
You scored 90% correct!
You Think Like A Cat!
Congratulations! You are in tune with your feline's needs and moods.


I missed #9 the belly one too. I never knew that cats rolled over to expose their claws, I always thought it was for a submission thing. Cali always flops on her back for a belly rub but she tends to attack her hands once in awhile. Not meanly, just playfully. Now I know, she's not being submissive, she's making sure she can use all her claws if she has to.
post #22 of 26
You scored 90% correct!
You Think Like A Cat!
Congratulations! You are in tune with your feline's needs and moods.

I missed #9. My kitties that are on the bottom always seemed less aggressive then the one on top.
post #23 of 26
I got 80% here. I second guessed myself on the belly one. I should have gone with my first thought. The other one I got wrong was the one about it's body positioning, the second question.
post #24 of 26
I got 50%
post #25 of 26
90% here. Only question I got wrong was the first one. The only "bunting" I've heard is in regards to baseball, lol
post #26 of 26
woohoo!

You scored 100% correct!
You Think Like A Cat!
Congratulations! You are in tune with your feline's needs and moods

I guess working with them day in and day out and coming home to two more really helps huh?! I can see #9 was tricky - but I'm lucky working with the wild cats because I see that behaviour quite a lot. Nice quiz!
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