The Ideal Cat for Your Astrological Sign
Aries wants an adventurous cat because it's a dynamic and demanding sign. Abyssinian is an old cat breed. Fearless Aby loves to explore. This climber surprises Aries.
Taurus loves beauty and will be drawn to the Ragdoll. This breed, like Taurus, is kind and loving. The Ragdoll's sociability will win over the zodiac's bull.
Gemini likes Siamese. Like its owner, the Siamese can be noisy or silent. Siamese cats, like Gemini, love people, making them wonderful party pets.
Family-centric Cancer loves the gentle Maine Coon. This sweet-tempered cat gets along with everyone and desires family. Cancer's perceptive, protective character helps the Maine Coon.
Cancer: Maine Coon
Leo wants a regal cat. Queen Victoria and other royals liked Persian. This lap cat has high expectations and craves attention. Luckily, Leo treats the Persian like royalty.
Virgo hates uncertainty. This zodiac sign likes to know what's happening, where, when, and with whom. Sphynx and other hairless cats reduce furniture fur.
Russian Blue is a wonderful match for Libra. Culture and creativity are vital to Libra, and it will enjoy the breed. Libra's alone time will be made sweeter by a devoted, gentle Russian Blue.
Libra: Russian Blue
Natural dominant-gene mutations alter the Scottish Fold's cartilage, causing its ears to fold forward. This gives it an owl look. This type is faithful like Scorpios.
Scorpio: Scottish Fold
Like the extroverted Sag, the uncommon Thai Khao Manee cat breed is fun-loving and curious. Sagittarius will love the Khao Manee's diamond-shaped, two-toned eyes.
Sagittarius: Khao Manee
Capricorn is the most patient zodiac sign, therefore it occasionally loses out on fun. The Devon Rex, a lively cat, might remind the goat to relax. This breed is perfect for a more serious owner.
Capricorn: Devon Rex
Aquarius is helpful, loyal, and loving. The "holy cat of Burma," the Birman, has similar traits. It's a curious, people-oriented, and quiet companion for the water bearer.
Pisces love the Ocicat's social appeal. It has a wild cat's coat and is named for its resemblance to the ocelot, but a domestic cat's personality.