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The Cat Purrsonality Test | Alison Davies | Book Review

When I saw The Cat Purrsonality Test on Netgalley I couldn’t resist requesting it for review. I’m so glad I did because it was such a cute read. Inside of it are nine different aspects of a cats life and a quiz to take for each of then. It also describes the five traits of cats: neuroticism, extroversion, dominance, impulsiveness, and agreeableness. I found it informative and a fun way to learn more about my cats.

The quizzes are broken into the following categories: confidence, day to day play, mind work, beauty routine, sleeping patterns, purr time, cattitude, chat chat, and cat moves. There are also cute graphics on each page to go along with the reading. These categories break down the uniqueness of cats and what really makes them tick. It is a book based on scientific research but it is more of a guide to help you understand your cat.

I took the quizzes for all three of my cats. Overall, Belle appears to be a dominant and extroverted cat; Simon appears to be an extroverted and agreeable cat; and Bootsie appears to be an extroverted and impulsive cat. I think that this is pretty accurate for who they are personality wise. Of course all of the questions did not line up exactly but it gave enough insight to paint a picture in my mind.

The Cat Purrsonality Test was so much fun to read. It was light and also taught me some British slang such a moggy. The quizzes and results are easy to follow and understand. This would make a good little gift to anyone with a cat or who may be interested in learning more about them.

Rating: 3.5 Stars

**I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.**

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