It's not about gender, age or being married or single ... it applies to your relationships with your friends, your boss and your significant other. There are examples of five couples, their cat and dog characteristics and how they work together.
This is a cute fun quick read with lots of colourful drawings.
Check out the quiz to see if you are a dog or a cat. I did and I am a cat (which sounds like me) ...
When cats go to the litter box they don't want anyone to watch. They don't even like for you to know when they have gone into the box. They will stay in the box until every last thing is buried. Likewise, a human "cat" tends to deal with problems by him or herself. Cats prefer to be introspective and spend time in their "cat caves" until the problems are solved or at least adequately pondered.
Cats tend to be moodier than dogs. They can be emotional, romantic, funny, engaging, but only when they WANT to be. It's always about them, even if they don't think it's about them.
Cats are loving and loyal, and they love being loved when they want to be loved. Otherwise, they'd probably prefer you let them have a little bit of space and some quiet time in which to think.
Cats tend to work with a singular focus. They are very concentrated and intense. If a problem happens, a cat will work out what he or she sees as the best way to solve the problem. If that doesn't work, then the cat will think about it some more.