Jane Ganahl's 'Women Like Men Who Like Cats'

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Crazy Single Cat Men Most single women love cats. Some have one or two, but we’ve all seen the movies or heard stories where there is a single crazy cat lady next door. Where did that come from? What about men? Do single men love cats as well? In this day and age, it has been shown that people tend to think that men with cats tend to have a certain lady-like softness. In Jane Ganahl’s article, “Women Like Men Who Like Cats” she proves that women tend to be more attracted to men who like cats. Being single with a cat is a worthy lifestyle choice. Jane Ganahl believes that single men with cats tend to be better men. In her story; she had a grumpy cat named Bunny. Bunny didn’t like many people. Very few could get the cat to come out of hiding. “Only a few boyfriends in the past 13 years have been patient and loving enough to coax her out of her hiding places with sweet words and smiles. Those were good men indeed” (492). She backs up her findings with a survey conducted by Cats Protection, a leading animal welfare society in the United Kingdom (491). In this…show more content…
Women may see a man who owns a cat and think that he is more sensitive and caring compared to others. Cats also provide love and affection single men probably wouldn't normally get. On top of that, science has proven that petting a cat and hearing it purr can help bring down stress levels. Jane Ganahl makes a strong point that women like men who like cats. Having a cat can greatly benefit your life and it could be a “babe magnet” factor for some lucky men (493). Men who like cats can be great, but there will always be people out there who prefer dogs. I got lucky with a man who liked cats. My grumpy kitty opened up to him within a couple months. That man is now my husband. My loving, sensitive husband. If being a cat owner helped me find my husband, then being a cat owner has to be a worthy lifestyle choice. Jane Ganahl is right, women like men who like
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