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Your Favorite TV Pet Reveals More About Your Personality Than You Thought

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There were so many amazing TV shows when we were young that it's hard to pick just one favorite character. But when it came to the animals, it was a lot easier to pick and choose who deserved your attention. Sure, all animals are great, but they are all so different that whichever one is your favorite is actually revealing a lot about your personality.

Here's what yours is saying about you!

Salem - Sabrina the Teenage Witch

ABC

Your favorite pet isn't really a pet at all, instead Salem is a man trapped in a cat's body. You are a bit of a rebel and tend to think outside the box. You have a lot of opinions, and while they may not always be right, you aren't going to let yourself get pushed around.

Comet - Full House

ABC

You are patient, calm and understanding. You thrive around large groups and somehow manage to always stay organized even though your life is constant chaos.

Spike - Rugrats

Nickelodeon

You are adventurous and loyal to those who have earned your trust. You like to keep your friends happy and will do whatever is in your power to make sure they are having a good time.

Eddie - Frasier

NBC

You are stubborn, independent and not one to take other people's backtalk. You are opinionated but not dramatic about it, and there is one person who you would literally move mountains for.

Santa's Little Helper - The Simpsons

FOX

You've got a lot of heart, and are constantly trying your best. The world tries to put you down a lot, but you always manage to bounce back.

Murray - Mad Aobut You

NBC

You march to the beat of your own drum and aren't afraid to stand out in a crowd. You are your own person and don't let anyone tell you what to do.

There are still more pets to pick from...

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