A man might have a lovely “voice” or great sense of humor on email, calls or texts, but you’ll never know if his profile is a true reflection of himself, or if he has a tick that drives you made, and how he treats the waitstaff until you meet him in person.
Along with a drawer full of lint rollers, we also readily have Febreeze, in case you forgot your perfume or cologne, and an abundance of milk rings for whatever tickles your fancy.
In honor of International Cat Day on August 8 (sorry dogs), we wanted to understand more about the social characteristics of these two camps of animal lovers. To answer these questions, we dug our claws into aggregate, de-identified data from a sample of about 160,000 people in the United States who shared photos of cats or dogs (or both) on Facebook.
If you give the gift of a lint roller to someone who owns cats (particularly long hair), it’s like hearing the angels sing.
However, if all that cat hair is holding you back from truly committing to a relationship with a cat person, have no fear.
No one knows the pains of having an all-black wardrobe and a long-haired cat more than us.
Don’t let a little fuzz get in between you and love.
Having a pet led 35 per cent of women and 26 per cent of men to be more attracted to a potential partner, but which of pet proved to be rather important.
When asked which pet was sexiest, 500 out of the 600 women voted for dogs, with relatively few men or women reporting that a relationship could not work with a “dog person.”Not so for fellas with felines.
The study also revealed that 32 per cent of women--nearly a third--considered a man owning a cat to be a relationship deal breaker.
As a cat lover who finds kitty-owning men to be purrfectly sexy, I find this study highly suspect.
I often had to double check to ensure I wasn’t looking at profiles of men in Colorado or California).