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    The High Priestess Amargith's Avatar
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    Absolutely love animals. They're like my raison d'tre

    I have friend who have cats as well, one couple is INXP and ISFJ, they love their kitties to death, the other couple is INTJ and INFP I think, and there its the guys (INFP) who is most crazy about them though the girl does care for them as well. Another couple of our friends though are both SF's and do not care for animals. They do very much love children.
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    Animals first, humans second.

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    So do NF/SF Females <-- Not one.

    have an automatic love for animals? <-- I totally do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Animals first, humans second.
    ^^ this. A lot of the time.
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    Not really like oh my god I need an animal ooh so cute. Oh lets dress it up, oh my baby it's perfect. I don't mind having a pet, but also I don't mind not having a pet either, so I can take them or leave them. Plus they're not little humans no matter how much you try to say they are their intelligence is different they can't talk and yes humans are animals, but would you say a mouse was on par with an elephant?
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    I love animals so much, but find dressing them up to be terribly wrong.

    Let animals be animals, you sick people!

    As I said, humans definatly second. x)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    I love animals so much, but find dressing them up to be terribly wrong.

    Let animals be animals, you sick people!

    As I said, humans definatly second. x)
    Agreed lol tiny dogs in tutus look ridiculous people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    The guys don't seem to care as much about animals as the girls. That is what I have observed anyway.
    You sir, must be blind. They just aren't usually all gushy about it. Nor have you looked at my albums.


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    I used to care for animals over people and felt I needed to protect the animals because people seemed to see people over animals in hierarchy. NTP friend has very similar views with me and similar orientation towards this.

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    I definitely have a soft spot for animals. The zoo is one of my favorite kind of trips to take. I despise people who neglect their pets or abuse animals just for the hell of it [thinking it proves superiority or something to that effect]. I've got two dogs, three cats, and a rabbit, if it proves anything...I've also slept in a room shared by bearded dragons and snakes. Not a whole lot bugs me [except for the insect variety things..].

    Neither of my brothers are NF/SF [ENTP, ESTP respectively] but both of them are fond of having pets as well. My mom is an ESFJ [at least, I'm fairly certain that she is] and she loves animals to death, has always had them growing up, but sometimes complains about their behavior [i.e.- expects them to somehow always behave as though they are human, and therefore, not break any rules, ever]. My step-dad is type JERK [ahahaha...I mean, I think he's an ESTP-- but he's an ass a lot of the time] and he's pretty stand-offish about animals...loves dogs, tolerates most cats, can't stand anything else [such as rodent types, snakes, lizards, birds...]...though seems ok with a rabbit. He also would prefer that he not be the primary caretaker. Kind of like an Aunt or an Uncle who is childless...will babysit only because the kid can be given back.
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