Owning a wild animal is something that seems so far-fetched, yet so interesting to entertain. When it comes to household pets, a lot of people usually tend to stick to what they know. However, our deepest desires can sometimes highlight key pieces of our personalities. For the dreamers, here is what your desired wild animal says about you:
Bears are some of the most misunderstood creatures in the wild. Bears’ main instinct is to protect, so if you wish you had any type of bear as a pet, you are a protector. Bears are also powerful, direct, and super outgoing. Bears can be cute and cuddly, but if you disrespect one or its associates, they can get defensive quickly.
Even if you see tigers in a bunch, they are very lone creatures. They possess a subtle power, but everyone can tell it is there. They walk with a purpose, and are very strong-willed. Like the bear, tigers are very protective of their families. Like the lion, they are smart about their choices. There’s an old saying that goes “If a tiger shows you its stripes, don’t wait around to see its stripes.”
Pandas possess shy, sensitive, emotional characteristics. They like to be alone, and can sometimes be picky about their partners. However, most are welcome to nice interactions if they present themselves. They are night creatures, and prefer to preserve their energy throughout the day. So if anyone ever calls you lazy, just tell them it’s the panda in you.
Like the tiger, cheetahs are known to be fast on their feet. They are analytical, big critical thinkers, and calculate each move before they make it. They are early risers and know the value of sunlight. People who like to move ahead with their lives very quickly are the equivalent. They do not work well with others but hold the power to do so if they choose.
Most deer are shy, but know how to open up eventually. They tend to be emotionally withdrawn from fear of getting hurt, and don’t usually settle down. They hold a strong spiritual belief that doesn’t waiver often. However, when it comes to work, they are not known for their stability. They take pride in staying fit, and are well aware of their sex appeal.
Like most people, foxes don’t like to be backed into corners. If this occurs, they turn from cute, shy creatures into balls of aggression. They can be energetic and crazy at times, but know when it’s time to get serious. They are primarily active at night, and often like to move from place to place. They are highly capable of keeping secrets, and are extremely resourceful and cunning.
When people look at squirrels, sometimes they look past their adaptiveness and ability to thrive in numerous environments. They have a scarcity mindset, which makes them great at saving and planning ahead. With their hunting and gathering skills, they are always on top of their assets. They can be exploratory and aggressive, or careful and passive. You never know which you will meet, so its best to tread lightly and let them come to you.
Contrary to popular belief, wolves are mostly non-aggressive. They are natural-born leaders and motivators, with impeccable management skills. They are extremely goal-oriented, which keeps them focused. Athleticism and self-confidence are a few of their strong suits. They possess a clear head and a strong mind, which rarely changes. They often demand loyalty, but have no problem returning the same.
Disclaimer: This article is the opinion of the author and for entertainment purposes only.