Our furry feline friends might be a bit selfish, but we love them all the same. Chances are you or someone you know has a lot in common with them and amidst the chaos going on in the world, exploring that side of things is always fun.

Below I am going to go over some signs that might indicate you’re more of a cat than you’re aware of. If you do these things you’re quite the grade A tabby. Sure, that doesn’t necessarily count as a bad thing but it is a bit concerning depending on how things are playing out.

These are all traits very common to cats. How many have you seen in your own feline friends? I for one have over the years seen them all.

7 Signs You’re Actually A Cat:

1. Your mood swings can catch you out of nowhere.

For some reason, you’re a very moody individual. You are always changing your mind about things and trying to turn things around that don’t need to be turned around. The smallest thing can set you off and from there all hell breaks loose.

2. Affection is great, when you want it but not great otherwise.

You can be very affectionate and want to be loved on big time but it all depends on your mood. If you’re not feeling it, you will lash out and make things a bit weird. While you try not to, sometimes you go a bit overboard.

3. The way you define fun is not the way others define fun.

What is fun for you is not always fun for other people. While you’re not concerned about this many are. This one could never be your fault, no way.

4. You’re quite the picky eater.

There are very few foods that you truly love and many that you will not even look at. When offered something to eat, it has to be something you like otherwise you’ll turn your nose up at it. You just aren’t willing to budge in this area.

5. You seem to be annoyed by most others.

The more others try to communicate with you the more irritated you become. You just want to do your own thing on your own terms. It’s quite frustrating that no one else understands that.

6. Unlike most others, you are pretty antisocial.

You’re not too fond of others even if they have a mind similar to your own. You tend to stick to yourself and sometimes lash out when others come too close. You’re more of a loner and that’s just how things are.

7. Your happiness comes in expensive things as well as cheap things.

You love the finer things in life but you also want the cheap things too. For instance, you might love your new fridge but the box is also great as well. You can do so much with both and whether you ever touch the box again or not, you still want it.

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