What animal is most similar to your personality type? Why?
Don't just limit yourself to the common four...be creative and think outside the box.
When it comes to my children - Tiger (That one is self explanatory)
When it comes to my Husband - Racoon (they will never leave their mate, even if it means their own death)
When it comes to family - The Wolf (Because they are family oriented and very devoted to each other)
Friends - Prairie Dog (They like to congregate together and chatter)
Each animal has wonderful qualities and I like to think in this, I also have many.
I am like a turtle - slow but persistent. I am not a huge risk-taker and I'm very patient and good natured.
I'm like a dolphin. I'm very friendly and cheerful. But if someone become aggressive with me I can protect myself.
I love the idea of choosing different animals to represent different facets of your life...I'll have to think on that one!
probably more of a fox for me... cunning, smart, adaptable, solitary as they are not generally pack animals
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