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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-01-2005, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
 
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Think like a cat quiz

A new quiz for the weekend!

http://quiz.ivillage.com/home/tests/thinklikecats.htm

You scored 80% correct!
You Think Like A Cat!
Congratulations! You are in tune with your feline's needs and moods.
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-01-2005, 12:44 PM
 
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Cool link!

I got the same score...

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You scored 80% correct!
You Think Like A Cat!
Congratulations! You are in tune with your feline's needs and moods.
I missed Question #1 and Question #9. Learn sumpmin' new everyday!

Which did you miss?
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100%

I need to get out more...

(in truth, I almost didn't get #1. I guessed "bunting" because it was a new word to me, and the other two just didn't fit the scenario...but everything else I got, which I don't know if that's encouraging or frightening )
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I also got 80%.




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Hee Hee I didn't know what Bunting meant and I was soo confused about the stomach thing, I knew it was either submission or Aggression, because my cat SUBMITS to me when he wants his belly rubbed because he trusts me but then in a cat fight........ he WOULD want to use Alll 4's.

I think my cat is different too because his tail wagging means he's about to pounce on you to play, His greeting is meowing at me every time I walk through the front door "~tinkle tinkle~ MEOW MEOW MEOW!". Or he twitches his tail when he goes #2.
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I scored a 60% too.

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.

I missed #5 & 9 too. I never really watched cats fight so i didn't know. & the flicking of the tail, I picked playful. I guess now I know my cat is trying to say hi...
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I think question #9 doesn't have any correct answers: "During a catfight, one cat rolls onto his back exposing his belly. This is a sign of: Submission, Aggression, Indifference". The quiz results say aggression is the correct answer. However, this posture is a defensive posture. (The key words are "During a catfight...")
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I agree. When you tickle a kitten's tummy (which you should not do; it starts bad habits) , the kitten will curl around your hand and chew like mad. They use their little claws too.

My cats now have never been played with in that way. So exposing their tummies means "Pet me, please." They love it.

So, either answer could be correct, depending on the circumstances.




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post #10 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-01-2005, 09:12 PM
 
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How is that Bad Habit if your cat has ALWAYS flipped around on their tummy and mewed at you?

Both my Departed Pookie and Kilala always show their tummies and mew when they want a good tummy rub, they never showed aggressive behaviour at all. Maybe I'm getting confused from your Post Jeanie, Sorry If I am



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