My cat (ie, my familiar) is an ENFP. At least thatís how he tested on the mbti for pets they came out with (available at your local Petsmart if youíre intertested). Iím not sure how accurate this test is, but Iíve usually thought of him as an ENFP.
If things are not what they seem, and we are forever reminded that this is the caseóthen it must also be observed that enough of us ignore this truth to keep the world from collapsing. ĖThomas Ligotti, The Mystics of Muelenberg
My dog, LiLi (means "beautiful" in Chinese) is a pug.
She has the heart and spirit of a Tyranosaurus Rex.
She believes with all her heart (and acts accordingly) that she is invincible.
She is very smart, but also very stubborn, and she is mischievous.
Not to sound biased, but I have tio assume she is ENTP or ESTP.
My beloved and deceased boy, Sidney, was most certainly an INFP.
He was kind, gentle, smart, laid back, and funny as can be.
I miss him dearly. He will never be matched by another dog, EVER.
Cleopatra, in charge of all things. ESTJ. Wicked Queen of all she surveys...
Chloe. INTJ Mastermind. Give tuna often to keep on good side...
Frazier (Deceased). The best ISTP kitty ninja EVER. A good boy, and so damn funny. That cat could outsmart everyone, and he was a mischievous little bastard too!
My cat is a PAIN. Well more his fur. He acts like an ISFP I guess. He just sheds so much.
ENFP Male: E-74% N-95% F-58% P-84% 3w2
"I feel there are two people inside me - me and my intuition. If I go against her, she'll screw me every time, and if I follow her, we get along quite nicely." -Kim Basinger
I've been wondering about introversion and extraversion in dogs. Dogs, like people, are pack animals, but dogs are even more dependent on their pack that people, I think. Dogs never love to be alone the way some humans do. So... what qualifies as introversion in dogs?
My sister's dog is VERY extraverted at home. He hears every single movement and noise and runs to see what's happening. He wags his tail all the time, dancing around people and licking their faces. He loves to lie next to people, he loves to be touched, close to people. But out in the open he's shy. He's sometimes even afraid of strangers. He's really family-oriented. So I don't know if he's an introvert or an extravert really... But his love for being touched and his super quick reflexes and impatience in situations where he must wait make me say that he's an Se-dom. And his extremely soft heart and hilarious sense of humour indicates that he's ESFP! <3
My own dog (rough collie), on the other hand, is very calm at home but she's not much afraid of strangers (only packs of children she avoids). She's very friendly, wags her tail to strangers and sniffs them, although she does this calmly. On the other hand, at home she can be quite introverted and stubborn. I could even imagine her as an Ni-dom but it's hard to tell since she doesn't talk about what's going on inside her head. I have yet to figure out her type. She's only eight months old now so her stubbornness could also be caused by puberty! My current guess is INFJ, though. <3