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So I am starting to believe they are a myth! I have been on dating sites and most women have dogs or don't like cats. WTH? where are all the single cat ladies that I always heard so much about? I'm a single cat guy so it's obvious that a single cat lady is my match. haha

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They aren't looking to date, they are content with their lives.

You get a dog because you are looking to meet people. Dogs are the best ice breakers.

A cat chick is in the house with her bottle of Trader Joe's wine and a bowl of popcorn.

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@@OutsideMatchInside oh that's perfect. Working on good luck chuck

My son borrows his roommate's terrier when he needs a date. Better babe magnet than a baby

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I never knew one person in my apartment apartment complex until I got a dog, now I know someone in almost every building.

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I've had a dog before but I am more of a cat person. I don't want to worry about a dog being home alone while I work, I thought about getting one again just to get out and go for walks.

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I am a single "cat lady", but I just don't currently have a cat. But, I also don't post on dating websites and am not currently dating. Maybe there is something in the idea that we are content.

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I'm a cat chick! I have two babies, Sammi and Ian. I have never been without at least one kitty friend, as I think I would go insane without them. Unfortunately, I am also happily taken. :P You'll find your cat girl. She's out there somewhere right now, petting her cat and watching Netflix, wishing she had a sweet guy in her life who will love her kitties as much as she does. ^_^

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@@Cervidae haha thanks I'm sure she is out there feeding stray cats! I have always had cats as well so I would have to meet someone who love cats as well.

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You should move to Hawaii! There is an organization and a Meet Up group that feed the stray cats at a place I like to call "Cat City" - I volunteered and there are some gorgeous single cat ladies with amazing personalities!

(When I say cat ladies... some have 6+ cats on top of taking care of the 200+ in Cat City)

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You should move to Hawaii! There is an organization and a Meet Up group that feed the stray cats at a place I like to call "Cat City" - I volunteered and there are some gorgeous single cat ladies with amazing personalities!

(When I say cat ladies... some have 6+ cats on top of taking care of the 200+ in Cat City)

wow that's awesome! Which island is that on?

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@@Daveo

Oahu =]

No joke - I talked to my husband about opening one of those Cat Cafes on the marina!

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I'm a cat and dog lover. I've had both during different parts of my life. Hubby #2 was a cat lover and between us, we had four kitties. The worst part of the divorce was knowing I'd not see my furry babies on a daily basis. I knew I'd miss them alot more than him... :D

The cat ladies are out there @Daveo. You just have to look a little harder I think. I suspect that it's true...cats are often very content by themselves so why not their owners?

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@@Namaste6 that would be a cool business to have! hang out with cats all day. lol

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I'm a cat lady! Maybe you could volunteer at a pet shelter. I know some single cat ladies that do so. :)

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