If you find yourself having a special bond with your four-legged feline friend it says a lot about you.

Like how smart you are!

New research shows that people who are "cat-people" tend to have the same outlook on life as their furry friends.

Psychoanalyst Steve McKeown conducted a study of 600 students who had pets.

The study found that dog people are more social and extroverted and people who liked cats were more sensitive and open-minded.

Cat people also tend to stand for what they think and the survey also reveals that those who like cats, have higher intelligence and are more educated.



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