Saturday, October 8, 2011

Psychology and animals you like

It’s well known that one can make quite true conclusion about a person, looking at his pet. But few of us know that well-marked antipathy for some kind of domestic animals also means a lot. We offer your attention a short manual on psychology of admirers and opponents of different kinds of domestic animals.
Who and why likes cats
Cat is a symbol of feminity and independence. A woman always imagines herself as such a mysterious, graceful, languorous, downy and slightly predatory cat. A cat is an alter ego of an owner, so if one dislikes a cat, he also dislikes her owner. Ladies, who combine advantages of both sexes harmoniously, usually take cats. Such women are beautiful and intelligent, feminine and efficient, sweet and persistent in gaining their goal. Spinster replaces her non-existent baby by a cat. Cat also needs care and tenderness, it’s playful and naughty, like a child. A lonely woman with a cat treats men distrustfully, and enters into intimate relationships unwillingly.
Children like cats, because cats resemble a mother’s image, stamped in our genetic memory, warm, soft and purrs blandly. A man that likes cats accepts a woman’s right to be independent. As for bachelor, who got a cat, he is all-sufficient and will hardly ever marry, as he already has a “girl-friend”.
Who doesn’t like
Hatred against cats means antipathy to the whole female sex. There’s even such term “cat-phobia”. “Cool” big men, who battle desperately with their hidden homosexual tendencies, suffer from it. They should love women, but they don’t rouse him, so such man lives with some lady immoderately and chokes with horror while seeing her little cat, it reminds him of the fact that he’s not such a good man. As soon as he passes through appropriate psychotherapeutic treatment and realizes his real fears, his fear of cats disappears. And then he begins suffering from his homosexuality, but this is quite another story already. If a woman hates cats, this means she denies her female essence and is afraid to show her independence.
Who and why likes dogs
For a woman, her dog is almost always a symbol of a man. Even if a dog is of female sex. Looking at a dog’s breed, you can always tell which male advantages its owner values most of all. A large sheep dog means that its owner needs a defender and reliable support. A woman, who bought a French bulldog, values devotion, trustworthiness, constancy and sense of humor in her partner. A lady with Doberman has strong will-power and challenges men: “Who of you can protect me better, than he does?” A lady with a biting, cowardly and malicious, like a demon, creature in her hands makes great demands of men, searching for unreal advantages in them, and thus, she’s seldom happy in marriage.
A man always identifies himself with his dog. That’s why a peaceful accountant, walking with a bull terrier, is always aggressive in his soul. A man, who likes long-haired collie, is sentimental, vulnerable, but being in a critical situation, he’s courageous and ready to protect his flock to the uttermost (by the way, the latest phrase concerns all sheep dogs-fanciers too). The one, who bought a rottweiler, has a sharp character, prefers loneliness and tames difficultly. Almost all dog-fanciers, regardless of their sex, are intolerant to other people’s independence and strive to control life and actions of close people.
A child searches for a friend and defender in a dog. An obstinate striving of a child to have a puppy says about his inner loneliness or fear of life and only sometimes about his wish to get a merry companion for games. It won’t be enough just to buy him a puppy, you should also present your baby communication, protection or entertainments.
Who doesn’t like
Not malicious and cruel people hate dogs, as people sometimes consider. The one, who doesn’t bear dogs, either is too timid and afraid of these biting and loudly barking predators, or prefers to search for love and friendship in the world of people and doesn’t understand why he should get a little wolf to himself. Many people sicken the necessity to break other living creature, to become a leader of a troop, don’t want to turn into slaves of a domestic animal, as some owners readily do, so they refuse to get a dog at home flatly.

Hamster and guinea-pig
Who and why likes guinea-pig 
Those, who love everything small and fluffy, need a strong man’s protection, tenderness, care and feel themselves small and helpless. That’s why children ask for hamsters so often, they want to be big, strong and careful for little animals.
Who doesn’t likeIf a person cannot stand other people’s stupidity, he’ll hardly ever be touched while seeing a hamster or guinea-pig.
Who and why likes rats
A domestic rat is intelligent, white and fluffy. Loving a rat is the same as declaring to the whole world: “I’m not a bore, I have original thought, and your stereotypes have no power over me!”. The one, who likes rats, will learn everything firstly, touch and check, and only then make his conclusion, and he doesn’t care for other people’s opinion. If a child brought a rat at home, this means he has rather sociable, curious and kind-hearted character.
Who doesn’t likeConservative, cautious people, keeping to beaten tracks in life, and also shy, diffident people cannot stand white rats.

Who and why likes parrots
Melancholic, vulnerable and very na??ve persons, boring in silence and loneliness, buy noisy and theoretically long-living parrot. They don’t even suspect about lots of troubles, which these delicate little birds, aiming constantly at dying of pneumonia, can give to their owner. Parrot reminds romantics of tropical islands, pirates and compensates for a deficiency in traveling in everyday life.
Pensioners’ epidemic infatuation for parrots is a forced event and doesn’t have any psychological hidden motive: many old people would like to get a dog, but they don’t have enough strength to walk with it.
Who doesn’t like
Irritable, quick-tempered or burdened with some serious stressed work people. Such man cannot value the whole humor of the situation, when a small bird swoops on his head and gets tangled in his hair. Sybarites, who value peace and harmony, have no special liking for stridently chirping parrots.
Who and why likes hedgehogs
Hedgehog is spiny, but has a soft and delicate belly. Hedgehog-owners are harsh in appearance, and vulnerable in soul. They think they should be harsh among people, respond with a proactive blow to any semblance of attack, and later they suffer that they offended innocent people. They are not able to betray, they are often straightforward. Women often choose hedgehogs, life makes them being cutting, and such woman likes herself in a hedgehog, so vulnerable under thorns. And some are delighted with a hedgehog’s ability to roll itself into a thorny ball and wait through troubles. And such person, regardless of his age and sex, needs a defender.
Who doesn’t like
The one, who slipped his foot in a slipper in the morning and understood, where this night animal decided to fall asleep.

Who and why likes
Two categories of people prefer silent fishes. The first one includes active, emotional, spirited people; they calm down looking at slow motions of some fish. For them, aquarium with fishes is just a detail of interior, like a TV-set. The second one includes original and somewhat eccentric thinkers. These people like cold-blooded fishes for their dissimilitude on people and, contemplating underwater world, escape from reality. They are quite aggressive and watch calmly how such beautiful creatures devour each other or eat their own spawn.
Who doesn’t like
Individual extremely sensitive people, who cannot stand aggression in any form.
Who and why likes tortoises
An embodiment of reliability and complete peace, according to Chinese mythology, the Earth is resting on a gigantic tortoise’s shell. Connoisseurs of comfort and stability, with delicate soul organization, buy tortoise. A tortoise will never replace either husband, or friend. If a tortoise lives in a house of a lonely woman or man, this means they are striving for love, open to proposals and ready for long and stable relationships.
Who doesn’t like
A slow-moving tortoise irritates impetuous, sociable, talkative people, who need listeners and are concentrated on their own problems.
Well, if you have no one, and don’t want to?!

If you, so adult and independent, have no home pets and you’re absolutely indifferent to them, then this may mean the following:
1. You’ve got someone to take care and be in command of. You have enough close people, ready to support and protect you, all reserves of your feelings are busy, and you have no necessity to pour out on something fluffy or feathery.
2. You don’t get tired of communication with people, get into contact with them easily and in situations when someone buys a lap-dog or parrot, you find a new friend or call your daughter.
3. You don’t want to take responsibility for another living creature at all. You should cope with your own life firstly somehow.
4. You don’t want to depend on somebody.
5. You understand instinctively: only a man can give you things you need, and your whole essence is indignant with a possibility to replace a son by a kitten, a husband by a dog, a soul comfort by an aquarium with fishes.
6. You don’t like animals and they are absolutely uninteresting for you. And you shouldn’t be ashamed of this fact: a myth saying that only malicious egoists don’t like animals has no real reasons. Quite opposite, sometimes contempt and hatred to mankind are hidden behind an exaggerated passion for animals.
Bridget Bardot is a typical example. She’s devoid of maternal instinct, cannot stand her own adult son, sticks to profascist views and at the same time urges us not to wear fur coats.
As a rule, we choose home pets for ourselves, following 3 motives subconsciously.
“This animal is a spitting image of myself!”
“Ah, how I wish to behave like this!” Allow myself all these escapades and no one will punish me!
“God, I miss a creature with all advantages of this fascinating being near myself so much!”
Who’s an owner of a common pet?
Even in the biggest family an idea of buying a dog or rat occurs to some one person, and all others agree with another person’s idea gladly or reluctantly. The one, who offered, is an owner of a pet, and these are his features of character, that are reflected in a choice of an animal.

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