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What Animal Are You Most Like?

Aug 1, 2022 | Uncategorized

Take Our Quiz & Discover Your Animal Personality!


There’s a little bit of animal inside everyone. Do you know which one you might be? Like people, the beautiful creatures that make up the animal kingdom have distinct traits and characteristics that define their personality and behavior. Perhaps you’re playful and sociable like an otter, hardworking like the honey bee, or independent and aloof like a panda bear.

Take our brief quiz to find out which animal you identify with, then read on to learn more about your animal alter ego!


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Your Animal Alter Ego



If you’re organized and have a knack for things creative and artistic, then you and the meerkat share much in common. The meerkat is shy and highly sensitive under the surface, but much like you, once you get to know them, you’ll quickly learn they’re confident, social, and occasionally feisty creatures with a strong sense of morality. They enjoy taking time to reflect and are happiest in calm, supportive environments. They are thoughtful, and their big hearts mixed with their creativity are what attract others and help make the world a better place.



Much like the otter, you’re constantly bouncing off the walls. People are attracted to your vibrant energy and your charming, fun-loving nature. Networking often comes easy to you because you’re outgoing and love to talk…a lot! But you’re also a great listener. You’re the excitable (sometimes feisty) cheerleader type of your friend group, always motivating others to be their best. You and the otter typically know many people but never pass down an opportunity to get to know even more people.


Honey Bee

Small but mighty, honey bees are dependable and productive, just as your friends and family might describe you! As the honey bee, you are highly masterful and commanding. A bit meticulous here and there, but certainly a work ethic to be proud of. You are diligent, hardworking, and responsible. You’re dedicated to your work, your friends, and your family but also desire a life of adventure, so sometimes those friends need to remind you to take a break and go on that adventure!



Pandas share the same spontaneity that you do. However, they are pretty aloof and enjoy spending time alone, sleeping in the daytime, and exploring at night. Perhaps you’re a night owl. They’re gentle and caring but can be territorial at times, which comes from a place of protecting themselves and their independence. They’re powerful, direct, and strong-willed, which you may sometimes view as a flaw, but others around you perceive as a strength. The truth is, under the surface, you’re empathetic and unselfish, and your playful, outgoing, independent nature attracts others. Perhaps you, like pandas, are lovable but a bit misunderstood.



Narwhals are considered the unicorn of the sea, just as your friends may describe you as the unicorn of your group. Like the Narwhal, you’re an emotional daydreamer and somewhat of a mystery to others. You’re easygoing but sometimes need a little extra support and reassurance. You are both imaginative and extroverted, highly social, and open. You’re nurturing and caring; your friends might describe you as an empath. You are compassionate and fun-loving and value friendship above all. You’re a true idealist.


Do you agree with your results? If not, which one do you feel fits you better? One excellent way to determine just which animal matches you is to take the Myers-Briggs personality test! Then, compare your results to the ones you got here. There are also several other resources that expand on the unique traits of the Myers-Briggs personalities as they relate to various animals.

We encourage you to continue learning and researching how our species and animal species are alike. The idea that humans are not too far off from animals when it comes to how we act and think is truly an incredible thing!

Disclaimer: Not intended to be a substitute for professional veterinarian advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your veterinarian with any questions you may have regarding the medical condition of your pet. If you think your pet has a medical emergency, call or visit your veterinarian or your local veterinary emergency hospital immediately.