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Thursday, January 06, 2022

Cat Test

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We took the Cat Psychopthy test at https://www.idrlabs.com/cat-psychopathy/test.php.   Surprize, we are different!


Cat Psychopathy Test

Results:  AYLA




  • Your cat is 24.2% less bold than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 1.6% more disinhibited than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 14.6% less mean than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 12.1% less unfriendly than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 12.3% less psychopathic than the average cat overall.

 

Results:  Marley



  • Your cat is 24.2% less bold than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 3.4% less disinhibited than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 29.6% less mean than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 27.1% less unfriendly than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 21.3% less psychopathic than the average cat overall.


Results:  Laz




  • Your cat is 10.8% more bold than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 3.4% less disinhibited than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 25.4% more mean than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 7.9% more unfriendly than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 10.7% more psychopathic than the average cat overall.



Results:  Lori




  • Your cat is 15.8% more bold than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 41.6% more disinhibited than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 35.4% more mean than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 12.9% more unfriendly than the average cat.
  • Your cat is 26.7% more psychopathic than the average cat overall.


Draw your own conclusions.  None of the results surprised us.  Lori is a wonderful DemonessKitty but expect she will calm in a few months.  And she suits Laz just fine...  Both are bundles of energy. Laz has the playmate he always needed and Lori LOVES him.  They both tear around the house recklessly.  Marley is calm.  Ayla loves me...

Who else has tried this test?  Did the results make sense for yours?



9 comments:

  1. I dislike them saying cats are mean...even in degrees. But, that's just me.

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  2. Some of the people who formukate these tests apparently have very little experience with cats.

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  3. I haven't tried the test, but it doesn't sound as if they know much about cats.

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  4. These results don't surprise me! Although as a kitten, I don't think Lori's results are accurate in the least. Give her the same test in a couple of years, and I'm sure it will be different.

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  5. We took the test too and Mudpie's results were pretty accurate!

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  6. I knew Marley and Ayla were less mean, but I didn't think Lori and Laz would be so much more meaner than average. :)

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  7. It confirms how easy going Marley is.

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  8. We're going to take that test now!

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  9. I wonder if they have a test like that for dogs??


    Did they take into consideration that Lori is a kitten...who are by nature usually less inhibited that adults. Afterall they have to learn through their curiosity about the world they live in.

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