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What Animal would you be?

Updated on March 9, 2012

This may seem weird to some who read this but I have lingered about this question lately. I don't really believe in coming back as an animal when dead but I remember that one time I was asked this question in a mock interview. This made me realize that people do think of questions like this to make one think.

I don't know about you but if I were to pick an animal to be, it would be a cat. Yes, I am and always will be a cat lover. I love dogs but I really prefer cats for the most part. I would come back as white cat, a friend of mine has a white cat and the way she acts is how I would act at times. Cats don't always want attention, they seem to enjoy being by themselves when they want and if they desire attention they will come to someone. There are times when they can be very protective about their owner. They can be sneaky in a very few ways. They are more cleaner than most pets, they like to be clean because you see the way that they lick their paws and they clean themselves up. Sometimes they are not too trustworthy but on the positive side they are caring and know who to trust.

There are so many animals out there in the world. I am sure some of you can say that you are more than one animal because of how your character and personality may be. There is just not one animal that one person can be. I just see myself more as a cat more so than other animals that there is out there.

What animal do you think goes more with you? Do you think that you can be more than one?


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      kevin 5 years ago

      I would be a sea sponge. Wouldn't have to worry about being eaten my parts would just grow back, Fish would live on me therefore I offer fish a home and I do not have to forage for food, I just filter feed.

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      James Kenny 6 years ago from Birmingham, England

      I'd probably be a leopard, because they're big, powerful and yet have the ability to vanish and remain hidden in view. Even better, I'd be a black leopard, a panther.

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      kingmaxler 6 years ago from Olympia, Washington USA

      A squirrel is what I feel close to. They are full of energy and look so playful while at the same time being responsible. I have also liked the bobcat who is seldom seen.

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      Bill Holland 6 years ago from Olympia, WA

      A horse for sure; my favorite animal by far. A black stallion I would be, with flowing mane, running like the wind. A nice hub to daydream by...thank you!


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