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Chinese Zodiac Twelve Animals

The Chinese zodiac is a twelve-year cycle in which each year is associated with a specific animal. Those
born during the year of a certain animal were thought to share some of the qualities of that animal. The
twelve animals in order are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat or Sheep, Monkey,
Rooster, Dog and Pig.

Chinese Calendar

Based on the cycles of the moon, the Chinese Lunar Calendar is different than the western calendar in that
the beginning of the year will fall somewhere between late January and early February (not January 1st).
The Chinese adopted the Western calendar in 1911 after the fall of the Qing Dynasty but the lunar
calendar is still used for Chinese New Year and other traditional Chinese festivals.

Chinese Zodiac Folklore

According to one Chinese legend the 12 animals argued as to who would be the first animal in the 12-year
cycle. The gods decided to hold a contest in which the animals must cross a river. The first animal to cross
the river would be the first on the chart followed by the other animals according to their finish. The rat
was the smallest of the animals and was expected by the other animals to finish last. Quickly the 12
animals jumped into the river but unknown to the ox, the rat had jumped on his back. As the ox was about
to jump on the riverbank to claim first place, the rat jumped off his back and won the race. The pig that
was very lazy ended up last. As expected, their peers often tease most children who were born in the year
of the pig.

Chinese Zodiac Birth Date Chart


The Chinese zodiac is based on a Lunar Year so the first day of the New Year varies from year-to-year.
The lunar year normally starts in January or February. If your birthday is during January or February, use
the below chart to find your correct zodiac animal.
Example:
A person born in the year 2010 between January 1st and February 13th is an Ox, not a Tiger.

Birth Year Date of Birth Animal


2010 2-14-2010 to 2-2-2011 Tiger
2009 1-26-2009 to 2-13-2010 Ox
2008 2-7-2008 to 1-25-2009 Rat
2007 2-18-2007 to 2-6-2008 Pig
2006 2-17-2006 to 2-17-2007 Dog
2005 2-9-2005 to 2-16-2006 Rooster
2004 1-22-2004 to 2-8-2005 Monkey
2003 2-1-2003 to 1-21-2004 Sheep
2002 2-12-2002 to 1-31-2003 Horse
2001 1-24-2001 to 2-11-2002 Snake
2000 2-5-2000 to 1-23-2001 Dragon
1999 2-16-1999 to 2-4-2000 Rabbit
1998 1-28-1998 to 2-15-1999 Tiger
1997 2-7-1997 to 1-27-1998 Ox
1996 2-19-1996 to 2-6-1997 Rat
1995 1-31-1995 to 2-18-1996 Pig
1994 2-10-1994 to 1-30-1995 Dog
1993 1-23-1993 to 2-9-1994 Rooster
1992 2-4-1992 to 1-22-1993 Monkey
1991 2-15-1991 to 2-3-1992 Sheep
1990 1-27-1990 to 2-14-1991 Horse
1989 2-6-1989 to 1-26-1990 Snake
1988 2-17-1988 to 2-5-1989 Dragon
1987 1-29-1987 to 2-16-1988 Rabbit
1986 2-9-1986 to 1-28-1987 Tiger
1985 2-20-1985 to 2-8-1986 Ox
1984 2-2-1984 to 2-19-1985 Rat
1983 2-13-1983 to 2-1-1984 Pig
1982 1-25-1982 to 2-12-1984 Dog
1981 2-5-1981 to 1-24-1982 Rooster
1980 2-16-1980 to 2-4-1981 Monkey
1979 1-28-1979 to 2-15-1980 Sheep
1978 2-7-1978 to 1-27-1979 Horse
1977 2-18-1977 to 2-6-1978 Snake
1976 1-31-1976 to 2-17-1977 Dragon
1975 2-11-1975 to 1-30-1976 Rabbit
1974 1-23-1974 to 2-10-1975 Tiger
1973 2-3-1973 to 1-22-1974 Ox
1972 2-15-1972 to 2-2-1973 Rat
1971 1-27-1971 to 2-14-1972 Pig
1970 2-6-1970 to 1-26-1971 Dog
1969 2-17-1969 to 2-5-1970 Rooster
1968 1-30-1968 to 2-16-1969 Monkey
1967 1-9-1967 to 1-29-1968 Sheep
1966 1-21-1966 to 2-8-1967 Horse
1965 2-2-1965 to 1-20-1966 Snake
1964 2-13-1964 to 2-1-1965 Dragon
1963 1-25-1963 to 2-12-1964 Rabbit
1962 2-5-1962 to 1-24-1963 Tiger
1961 2-15-1961 to 2-4-1962 Ox
1960 1-28-1960 to 2-14-1961 Rat
1959 2-8-1959 to 1-27-1960 Pig
1958 2-18-1958 to 2-7-1959 Dog
1957 1-31-1957 to 2-17-1958 Rooster
1956 2-12-1956 to 1-30-1957 Monkey
1955 1-24-1955 to 2-11-1956 Sheep
1954 2-3-1954 to 1-23-1955 Horse
1953 2-14-1953 to 2-2-1954 Snake
1952 1-27-1952 to 2-13-1953 Dragon
1951 2-6-1951 to 1-26-1952 Rabbit
1950 2-17-1950 to 2-5-1951 Tiger
1949 1-29-1949 to 2-16-1950 Ox
1948 2-10-1948 to 1-28-1949 Rat
1947 1-22-1947 to 2-9-1948 Pig
1946 2-2-1946 to 1-21-1947 Dog
1945 2-13-1945 to 2-1-1946 Rooster
1944 1-25-1944 to 2-12-1945 Monkey
1943 2-5-1943 to 1-24-1944 Sheep
1942 2-15-1942 to 2-4-1943 Horse
1941 1-27-1941 to 2-14-1942 Snake
1940 2-8-1940 to 1-26-1941 Dragon
1939 2-19-1939 to 2-7-1940 Rabbit
1938 1-31-1938 to 2-18-1939 Tiger
1937 2-11-1937 to 1-30-1938 Ox
1936 1-24-1936 to 2-10-1937 Rat
1935 2-4-1935 to 1-23-1936 Pig
1934 2-14-1934 to 2-3-1935 Dog
1933 1-26-1933 to 2-13-1934 Rooster
1932 2-6-1932 to 1-25-1933 Monkey
1931 2-17-1931 to 2-5-1932 Sheep
1930 1-30-1930 to 2-16-1931 Horse
1929 2-10-1929 to 1-29-1930 Snake
1928 1-23-1928 to 2-9-1929 Dragon
1927 2-2-1927 to 1-22-1928 Rabbit
1926 2-13-1926 to 2-1-1927 Tiger
1925 1-24-1925 to 2-12-1926 Ox
1924 2-5-1924 to 1-23-1925 Rat
1923 1-16-1923 to 2-4-1924 Pig
1922 1-28-1922 to 1-15-1923 Dog
1921 2-8-1921 to 1-27-1922 Rooster
1920 2-20-1920 to 2-7-1921 Monkey
1919 2-1-1919 to 2-19-1920 Sheep
1918 2-11-1918 to 1-31-1919 Horse
1917 1-23-1912 to 2-10-1918 Snake
1916 2-4-1916 to 1-22-1917 Dragon
1915 2-14-1915 to 2-3-1916 Rabbit
1914 1-26-1914 to 2-13-1915 Tiger
1913 2-6-1913 to 1-25-1914 Ox
1912 2-18-1912 to 2-5-1913 Rat

The Twelve Animals


RAT
People born in the Year of the Rat are noted for their charm and charisma. They are
perfectionists and work very hard to achieve their goals. They are very thrifty with money yet
like to acquire many possessions. They get angry easily and love to gossip. They have high
ambitions and are quite often very successful. They are most compatible with people born in the
years of the Dragon, Monkey, and Ox.
OX
People born in the Year of the Ox are patient, quiet yet inspire confidence in others. They are
eccentric and temperamental. They speak little but when they do they are quite articulate.
Mentally and physically alert, they are generally easy-going but can be very stubborn and they
hate to fail or be opposed. They are most compatible with Snake, Rooster, and Rat people.
TIGER
People born the Year of the Tiger are deep thinkers, very sensitive and can have great
sympathy for others. They are powerful and courageous. However, they can be extremely short-
tempered and don’t respond to authority, especially if it’s from older people. They are
sometimes indecisive and have poor judgment. Tigers are most compatible with Horses,
Dragons, and Dogs.
RABBIT
People born in the Year of the Rabbit are articulate, talented, and ambitious. They are virtuous,
reserved, and have excellent taste. They are admired, trusted, and are often financially lucky.
They are fond of gossip but are tactful and generally kind. They are clever at business and often
make the correct choices. They are most compatible with those born in the years of the Sheep,
Pig, and Dog.
DRAGON
People born in the Year of the Dragon are healthy, energetic, excitable, short-tempered, and
stubborn. They are also honest, sensitive, brave, and they inspire confidence and trust in
others. They are the most eccentric of any in the eastern zodiac. They never borrow money, are
very straight forwarded and tend to be soft hearted which sometimes gives others an advantage
over them. They are compatible with Rats, Snakes, Monkeys, and Roosters.
SNAKE
People born in the Year of the Snake are emotionally and spiritually deep. They say little yet
possess great wisdom. Snake people are often selfish and vain yet can show tremendous
sympathy for others. They tend to rely on themselves because they have serious doubts about
other people’s judgment. They hate to fail and are determined in whatever they do. Appearing
calm on the surface, they are intense and passionate creatures. Usually very good-looking in
appearance, they sometimes have relationship problems because of it. They are most
compatible with the Ox, Goat and Rooster.

HORSE
People born in the Year of the Horse are very popular. They like to be entertained and being
around large crowds. They are wise, talented, and very good with their hands. They are
cheerful, skillful with money, and perceptive, although they sometimes talk way too much for
their own good. They are very independent and don’t listen to others advice. They are most
compatible with Tigers, Dogs, and Sheep.
GOAT/SHEEP
People born in the Year of Goat are elegant and highly accomplished in the arts. They are wise,
gentle, and compassionate on the surface they appear better off than those born in the zodiacs
other years but are often shy, pessimistic and often puzzled about life. They are very spiritual
yet timid. They are sometimes not well spoken but are always passionate about what they do
and what they believe in. They are very much loyal and devoted. Their abilities will always make
them prosperous so they are able to enjoy all the comforts of a good life. They are compatible
with Rabbits, Pigs, Snakes and Horses.
MONKEY
People born in the Year of the Monkey are the erratic geniuses of the zodiac. Clever, skillful,
and flexible, they are remarkably inventive, original in thinking, and can solve the most difficult
problem with ease. They are sometimes impatient and must do things immediately and if they
cannot, they become discouraged and give up easily. Although good at making decisions, they
tend to look down on others. Having strong common sense, they have excellent memories and
a deep desire for knowledge. They are very strong willed yet do not stay angry long. They are
most compatible with the Dragon and Rat.
ROOSTER
People born in the Year of the Rooster are deep thinkers, very capable and naturally talented.
They are very devoted and like to keep busy but are deeply disappointed with personal failure.
They can be eccentric resulting in troubled relationships with others. They always think they are
right and usually are. Being loners, they sometimes give the outward impression of being
adventurous but are actually timid. They can be selfish and too outspoken, but are always
interesting and can be extremely brave. They are most compatible with Ox, Snake, and Dragon.
DOG
People born in the Year of the Dog possess the best traits of human nature. They are great
leaders, have a deep sense of loyalty, and are honest. They are very trustworthy because they
can keep secrets. They can be very selfish and stubborn at times and can be emotionally cold
and sometimes distant. They always have money but care very little for wealth. They are easy
to criticize other and are noted for their sharp tongues. They are compatible with those born in
the Years of the Horse, Tiger, and Rabbit.
PIG
People born in the Year of the Pig are gallant and always give their best effort. They have
tremendous fortitude, great honesty, and are very optimistic. They have few friends but the
relationships they do have are lifelong. They are extremely loyal so their friendship is very
prized by others and they are very kind to love ones. They have a great thirst for knowledge and
study a great deal so they are well informed. They are quick tempered yet hate to argue. They
are most compatible with Rabbits and Sheep.
Compatibility Between The Animal Signs

LEGEND
The Rat's best friends
are Dragons or
Monkeys. Their mortal -- Not good together.
enemies are Horses. To
find out how other -- Needs work.
animal signs relate to
the Rat, consult the list
below. -- Sexual attraction.

--Bliss!

• Rat
This partnership is bound to be successful, especially in
business. However, beware of rivalry and stiff
competition.

• Ox
Best as a love affair, this relationship is sexually thrilling
but disastrous in marriage. The Rat and Ox have an
appreciation for each other.

• Tiger
Tigers and Rats need to learn how to compromise. One
should expect some dramatic clashes of temperament.
They make good friends but lack any true passion.
• Rabbit
Rabbits and Rats become frustrated with each other --
Rats thrive on adventure, and feel that Rabbits lack
energy and spontaneity. They are on different
wavelengths.

• Dragon
This partnership is destined for happiness. There is
plenty of understanding and passion between the two.

• Snake
The Snake and the Rat seem fascinated with each other.
One can learn a great deal from the other, if they worked
on their difference of characters

• Horse
Unsuitable for one another, the Rat and the Horse are an
unstable union, and better enemies than friends.

• Sheep
The relationship between the Sheep and Rat is at times
an upwards struggle, although given goodwill on both
sides it can be made to work.

• Monkey
The Monkey and Rat share the same outlook and a
common understanding, resulting in an irresistible
attractive between the two of them.

• Rooster
There is more conflict than love in this relationship. Too
many differences need to be resolved for this relationship
to go anywhere.

• Dog
Even though Rats finds Dogs a little boring, this match
can achieve a stable union. Both share a mutual respect
for the other.

• Pig
This relationship is a rollercoaster. The terrific
companionship and attraction between each other can
lead to expensive fun, good friendship and great
happiness.
The Oxen's best friends L EGEND
are Roosters or
Snakes. Their mortal -- Not good together.
enemies are Sheep. To
find out how other
animal signs relate to -- Needs work.
the Ox, consult the list
below. -- Sexual attraction.

-- Bliss!

• Rat
Best as a love affair, this relationship is sexually thrilling
but disastrous in marriage. The Rat and Ox have an
appreciation for each other.

• Ox
A good stable relationship ... but lacking in excitement.

• Tiger
The Chinese say that this could be one of the worst
matches possible. Still, despite the probability of a
horrible outcome, the Ox and the Tiger are drawn to each
other. Their temperaments will most likely clash.

• Rabbit
In the business world, Oxen and Rabbits are too laid
back to make this relationship work, but a union between
the two can lead to a gentle, contented domestic life.

• Dragon
Although attracted to each other at first, both the Dragon
and the Ox are two stubborn to make this relationship
work. The essential give and take is lacking.

• Snake
A great partnership -- sympathetic, loving, and
understanding, both parties are on the same wavelength.
• Horse
Oxen and Horses are too confrontational. They are much
better together in business than in bed.

• Sheep
A relationship best left dreamt about. Although oxen and
sheep may be attracted to each other, their hearts and
minds will never find common ground.

• Monkey
The Monkey and the Ox complement each other well,
and when it works, the relationship can be fun on both
sides.

• Rooster
A great match that is blessed by the gods. The sex,
passion and excitement can lead to a happy and
successful relationship.

• Dog
Although there is a small chance a relationship can
develop, Oxen and Dogs have little in common, and
neither is truly comfortable with the other. The odds are
against this one happening.

• Pig
An abundance of sexual attraction and some shared
attitudes make the Pig/Ox relationship worth persisting
with. With any luck it will result in harmony.
The Tiger's best friends L EGEND
are Horses or Dogs.
Their mortal enemies -- Not good together.
are Monkeys (dang
dirty apes). To find out
how other animal signs -- Needs work.
relate to the Tiger,
consult the list below. -- Sexual attraction.

-- Bliss!

• Rat
Tigers and Rats need to learn how to compromise. One
should expect some dramatic clashes of temperament.
They make good friends but lack any true passion.

• Ox
The Chinese say that this could be one of the worst
matches possible. Still, despite the probability of a
horrible outcome, the Ox and the Tiger are drawn to each
other. Their temperaments will most likely clash.

• Tiger
What happens when you put two dominating,
individualistic creatures together? A lot of posturing and a
potato sack of arguing.

• Rabbit
The differences between Rabbits and Tigers somehow
manage to weld them together and make them better
people.

• Dragon
A relationship full of guts, arguing, and serious
lovemaking. Sparks are abounding to light their
passionate fuses.

• Snake
Two many big differences for this relationship to work.
Different outlook, different lifestyle and different
objectives. Survey says: "Not going to happen!

• Horse
A Rip-Roaring Action Thrill Ride! In all seriousness, the
adventures the Horse and Tiger insure an exciting life
together.
• Sheep
A relationship were both parties have too much respect
on each other. The two animals exert so much effort not
to offend each other that they are never really
comfortable. An excellent working relationship but a
crummy marital one.

• Monkey
No. Under no circumstances should a Tiger and Monkey
date. This relationship is deeply frustrating and will have
the two partners climbing up walls and clawing at each
other's throats.

• Rooster
The misunderstandings between Roosters and Tigers
can create problems in their relationship. Both have to be
ready to communicate to make it work.

• Dog
Mutual admiration and respect make this relationship a
winning team and solid union.

• Pig
A good humored relationship that keeps both parties
smiling. A union bound by friendship and common
interests.
The Rabbit's best L EGEND
friends are Sheep or
Pigs. Their mortal -- Not good together.
enemies are Roosters.
To find out how other
animal signs relate to -- Needs work.
the Rabbit, consult the
list below. -- Sexual attraction.

-- Bliss!

• Rat
Rabbits and Rats become frustrated with each other.
Rats thrive on adventure, and feel that Rabbits lack
energy and spontaneity. They are on different
wavelengths.

• Ox
In the business world, Oxen and Rabbits are too laid
back to make this relationship work, but a union between
the two can lead to a gentle, contented domestic life.

• Tiger
The differences between Rabbits and Tigers somehow
manage to weld them together and make them better
people.

• Rabbit
Rabbits love Rabbits -- it's a simple, successful pairing of
two affectionate, highly-cultured, well-mannered
individuals.

• Dragon
Unless they can learn to give and take, the differences
between Dragons and Rabbits with bring them together
or tear them apart.

• Snake
This relationship is all about sex. Really. Great. Sex.

• Horse
The Horse and Rabbit relationship is difficult but possible
to achieve -- they can put up with each other despite
conflicts.

• Sheep
Love as true and blue as the day God made it. Their
shared interests, mutual respect and understanding
make the Rabbit/Sheep relationship all the better.

• Monkey
When a Rabbit and Monkey get together, someone is
going to be left drowning in their own tears (and it isn’t
the Monkey).

• Rooster
Polar opposites in every way, the Rooster and Rabbit
have absolutely no common ground or interest to
develop a relationship.

• Dog
A rock steady relationship with a lot of potential.

• Pig
Pigs and Rabbits are warm, happy, close and all around
comfy with each other. They can have an enduring love
for one another.

The Dragon's best L EGEND


friends are Rats or
Monkeys. Their mortal -- Not good together.
enemies are Dogs. To
find out how other
animal signs relate to -- Needs work.
the Dragon, consult the
list below. -- Sexual attraction.

-- Bliss!

• Rat
This partnership is destined for happiness. There is
plenty of understanding and passion between the two.
• Ox
Although attracted to each other at first, both the Dragon
and the Ox are two stubborn to make this relationship
work. The essential give and take is lacking.

• Tiger
A relationship full of guts, arguing, and serious
lovemaking. Sparks are bound to light their passionate
fuses.

• Rabbit
Unless they can learn to give and take, the differences
between Dragons and Rabbits with bring them together
or tear them apart.

• Dragon
Dragons with Dragons can make for powerful, strong
relationships -- if they can learn to share the spotlight.

• Snake
Both the Snake and the Dragons are clever, crafty, quick-
witted flirts, and make a perfect fit together.

• Horse
Horses and Dragons have great sexual relationships. A
chemical in their brain binds their libidos together. If they
can reach an understanding, they’re looking at a great
partnership.

• Sheep
They're sexually attracted to each other, but in the end
Sheep and Dragons will realize they have different
destinies, and were never meant to be. Sniff.

• Monkey
An exciting, vibrant relationship -- Monkeys and Dragons
think alike and understand each other. Their relationships
are destined for happiness and success.

• Rooster
Interesting, exquisite pair in an interesting, ego-centered
relationship. They manage to look really good together
until their megalomania gets in the way.

• Dog
Just keep on walking. Don't look back. Do say a word.
Just walk. Dragon and Dog relationships are tumultuous
-- after all is said and done the relationship ends with
both parties in an unhealthy mental state.

• Pig
Pigs and Dragons share a love so deep, cute and cuddly
it will irritate those that co-inhabit the environment they
love in. Even flowers cringe in their presence. Seriously
-- it's a caring, sharing partnership.

The Snake's best L EGEND


friends are Oxen, or
Roosters. Their mortal -- Not good together.
enemies are Pigs. To
find out how other
animal signs relate to -- Needs work.
the Snake, consult the
list below. -- Sexual attraction.

-- Bliss!

• Rat
The Snake and the Rat seem fascinated with each other.
One can learn a great deal from the other, if they worked
on their difference of characters.

• Ox
A great partnership -- sympathetic, loving, and
understanding, both parties are on the same wavelength.

• Tiger
Two many big differences for this relationship to work.
Different outlook, different lifestyle and different
objectives. Survey says: "Not going to happen!"

• Rabbit
This relationship is all about sex. Really. Great. Sex.

• Dragon
Both the Snake and the Dragon are clever, crafty, quick-
witted flirts, and make a perfect fit together.

• Snake
Snakes can match wits and play Mensa games with each
other till there is no tomorrow -- they are intellectual
equals. But emotionally, jealousy rears its ugly head.
Snakes are best when they maintain separate identities.

• Horse
Different perspectives and different agendas equal an
insignificant relationship. But there is a chance to sort
things out through a little communication.

• Sheep
They make terrific friends and even sexier lovers. They
like each other’s company where Snake always make
the rules. A relation between cool and passionate
creature.

• Monkey
Snakes and Monkeys spend most of their time watching
their own backs. Their suspicions of each other can be
overcome with a little cooperation.

• Rooster
Snakes and Roosters make an excellent team.

• Dog
These two are attracted to each other on sight. After
exploring a physical relationship, they come to realize
they get along mentally as well.

• Pig
Snakes eat pigs. They have little to nothing in common.
The Horse's best L EGEND
friends are Tigers or
Dogs. Their mortal -- Not good together.
enemies are Rats. To
find out how other
animal signs relate to -- Needs work.
the Pig, consult the list
below. -- Sexual attraction.

-- Bliss!

• Rat
Unsuitable for one another, the Rat and the Horse are an
unstable union, and better enemies than friends.

• Ox
Oxen and Horses are too confrontational. They are much
better together in business than in bed.

• Tiger
A Rip-Roaring Action Thrill Ride! In all seriousness, the
adventures the Horse and Tiger insure an exciting life
together.

• Rabbit
The Horse and Rabbit relationship is difficult but possible
to achieve -- they can put up with each other despite
conflicts.

• Dragon
Dragons with Dragons can make for powerful, strong
relationships -- if they can learn to share the spotlight.

• Snake
Different perspectives and different agendas equal an
insignificant relationship. But there is a chance to sort
things out through a little communication.
• Horse
Horses are strong minded individuals who need their
independence. There may be an initial passion and
attraction between two Horses, but it will only be short
term.

• Sheep
They are attracted to each other at first sight, and their
union grows stronger when they realize they share the
same passions and desires. Horse and Sheep
relationships stand the test of time.

• Monkey
It's true. Sometimes friends should just stay friends.
Although Horses and Monkeys get along great socially,
they don't mesh in a serious relationship.

• Rooster
Horses and Roosters make a great team. They just have
to make sure their quarrels and power struggles don't
undermine their love for each other.

• Dog
Dogs and Horses come together to form long lasting,
happy and successful relationships.

• Pig
Horses and Pigs may have fun indulging in fine dining,
croquet matches and disco karaoke bars, but when all is
said and done, there's no one to pay the bills, do the
laundry, or sustain this crazy thing called life. Fun, but
unrealistic.
The Sheep's or Goat‘s L EGEND
best friends are Rabbits
or Pigs. Their mortal
-- Not good together.
enemies are Oxen. To
find out how other
animal signs relate to -- Needs work.
the Sheep, consult the
list below. -- Sexual attraction.

-- Bliss!

• Rat
The relationship between the Sheep and Rat is at times
an upwards struggle, although given goodwill on both
sides it can be made to work.

• Ox
A relationship best left dreamt about. Although oxen and
sheep may be attracted to each other, their hearts and
minds will never find common ground.

• Tiger
A relationship were both parties have TOO much
respected each other. The two animals exert so much
effort not to offend each other that they are never really
comfortable. An excellent working relationship but a
crummy marital one.

• Rabbit
Love as true and blue as the day God made it. Their
shared interests, mutual respect and understanding
make the Rabbit/Sheep relationship all the better.

• Dragon
They're sexually attracted to each other, but in the end
Sheep and Dragons will realize they have different
destinies, and were never meant to be. Sniff.

• Snake
They have an unusual bond between them. Snake
always cool off the fiery situations because of the
unpredictable sheep and in other hand Sheep never
complains even snake bites.

• Horse
Strong attraction at first sight and then followed by
intense passion and desire. This one is for keeps.
• Sheep
Put two Sheep together and you get a couple of giddy
hedonists (or pleasure-seekers, to you and me) who
have a perfect understanding of each other.

• Monkey
Two very different people, but Sheep and Monkeys can
combine their best attributes and create an interesting
relationship. If they're willing, of course.

• Rooster
This relationship seems to run into problems every other
day, and is the compatibility equivalent to open heart
surgery -- every mistake just makes things worse.

• Dog
Dogs and sheep will spend time with each other, but they
won't necessarily enjoy it. They have nothing in common,
so they have no reason to be attracted to each other.

• Pig
Imagine long, fun nights of champagne, caviar and
breaking dishes in a fireplace. Sound pretentious? It is!
But Sheep and Pigs love it, and their mutual love and
understanding make this a rewarding relationship.

The Monkey's best L EGEND


friends are Dragons or
Rats. Their mortal -- Not good together.
enemies are Tigers. To
find out how other
animal signs relate to -- Needs work.
the Monkey, consult the
list below. -- Sexual attraction.

-- Bliss!
• Rat
The Monkey and Rat share the same outlook and a
common understanding, resulting in an irresistible
attractive between the two of them.

• Ox
The Monkey and the Ox complement each other well,
and when it works, the relationship can be fun on both
sides.

• Tiger
No. Under no circumstances should a Tiger and Monkey
date. This relationship is deeply frustrating and will have
the two partners climbing up walls and clawing at each
other's throats.

• Rabbit
When a Rabbit and Monkey get together, someone is
going to be left drowning in their own tears (and it isn’t
the Monkey).

• Dragon
An exciting, vibrant relationship -- Monkeys and Dragons
think alike and understand each other. Their relationships
are destined for happiness and success.

• Snake
Snakes and Monkeys spend most of their time watching
their own backs. Their suspicions of each other can be
overcome with a little cooperation.

• Horse
It's true. Sometimes friends should just stay friends.
Although Horses and Monkeys get along great socially,
they don't mesh in a serious relationship.

• Sheep
Two very different people, but Sheep and Monkeys can
combine their best attributes and create an interesting
relationship. If they're willing, of course.

• Monkey
Monkeys have a great time being immature together in
public.
• Rooster
There's barely any romance shared between this two,
and if there is, it won't be much fun.

• Dog
The strong desire of the Dog and Monkey to be together
will make this relationship work, and in the end they
complement each other.

• Pig
The occasional mishap, dilemma or confrontation only
seems to fuel the sexual tension between the Monkey
and the Pig.

The Rooster's best L EGEND


friends are Oxen or
Snakes. Their mortal -- Not good together.
enemies are Rabbits.
To find out how other
animal signs relate to -- Needs work.
the Rooster, consult
the list below. -- Sexual attraction.

-- Bliss!

• Rat
There is more conflict than love in this relationship. Too
many differences need to be resolved for this relationship
to go anywhere.

• Ox
A great match that is blessed by the gods. The sex,
passion and excitement can lead to a happy and
successful relationship.

• Tiger
The misunderstandings between Roosters and Tigers
can create problems in their relationship. Both have to be
ready to communicate to make it work.

• Rabbit
Polar opposites in every way, the Rooster and Rabbit
have absolutely no common ground or interest to
develop a relationship.

• Dragon
Interesting, exquisite pair in an interesting, ego-centered
relationship. They manage to look really good together
until their megalomania gets in the way.

• Snake
Snakes and Roosters make an excellent team.

• Horse
Horses and Roosters can make an excellent team. They
just have to make sure their quarrels and power
struggles don't undermine their love for each other.

• Sheep
This relationship seems to run into problems every other
day, and is the compatibility equivalent to open heart
surgery -- every mistake just makes things worse.

Monkey
There's barely any romance shared between this two,
and if there is, it won't be much fun.

• Rooster
Most households can only handle ONE self-righteous
person, let alone two. A disastrous relationship.

• Dog
Lack of common ground make the Rooster/Dog
relationship an uphill struggle.

• Pig
Despite the differences in personality and opinion, the
Rooster and Pig can, with a lot of work and patience,
form an excellent relationship.
B

The Dog's best friends L EGEND


are Tigers or Horses.
Their mortal enemies -- Not good together.
are Dragons. To find
out how other animal
signs relate to the Dog, -- Needs work.
consult the list below.
-- Sexual attraction.

-- Bliss!

• Rat
Even though Rats finds Dogs a little boring, this match
can achieve a stable union. Both share a mutual respect
for the other.

• Ox
Although there is a small chance a relationship can
develop, Oxen and Dogs have little in common, and
neither is truly comfortable with the other. The odds are
against this one happening.

• Tiger
Mutual admiration and respect make this relationship a
winning team and solid union.

• Rabbit
A rock steady relationship with a lot of potential.

• Dragon
Just keep on walking. Don't look back. Don't say a word.
Just walk. Dragon and Dog relationships are tumultuous
-- after all is said and done the relationship ends with
both parties in an unhealthy mental state.

• Snake
These two are attracted to each other on sight. After
exploring a physical relationship, they come to realize
they get along mentally as well.
• Horse
Dogs and Horses come together to form long lasting,
happy and successful relationships.

• Sheep
Dogs and sheep will spend time with each other, but they
won't necessarily enjoy it. They have nothing in common,
so they have no reason to be attracted to each other.

• Monkey
The strong desire of the Dog and Monkey to be together
will make this relationship work, and in the end they
complement each other.

• Rooster
Lack of common ground make the Rooster/Dog
relationship an uphill struggle.

• Dog
Dogs are compassionate, understanding and dedicated
to each other. They usually form long-lasting
relationships.

• Pig
Although this relationship can get a bit on the boring
side, it is honest, amicable and sincere.

The Pig's best friends L EGEND


are Rabbits or Sheep.
Their mortal enemies -- Not good together.
are Snakes. To find out
how other animal signs
relate to the Pig, -- Needs work.
consult the list below.
-- Sexual attraction.

--Bliss!
• Rat
This relationship is a rollercoaster. The terrific
companionship and attraction between each other can
lead to expensive fun, good friendship and great
happiness.

• Ox
An abundance of sexual attraction and some shared
attitudes make the Pig/Ox relationship worth persisting
with. With any luck it will result in harmony.

• Tiger
A good humored relationship that keeps both parties
smiling. A union bound by friendship and common
interests.

• Rabbit
Pigs and Rabbits are warm, happy, close and all around
comfy with each other. They can have an enduring love
for one another.

• Dragon
Pigs and Dragons share a love so deep, cute and cuddly
it will irritate those that co-inhabit the environment they
love in. Even flowers cringe in their presence. Seriously
-- it's a caring, sharing partnership.

• Snake
Snakes eat pigs. They have little to nothing in common.

• Horse
Horses and Pigs may have fun indulging in fine dining,
croquet matches and disco karaoke bars, but when all is
said and done, there's no one to pay the bills, do the
laundry, or sustain this crazy thing called life. Fun, but
unrealistic.

• Sheep
Imagine long, fun nights of champagne, caviar and
breaking dishes in a fireplace. Sound pretentious? It is!
But Sheep and Pigs love it, and their mutual love and
understanding make this a rewarding relationship.
• Monkey
The occasional mishap, dilemma or confrontation only
seems to fuel the sexual tension between the Monkey
and the Pig.

• Rooster
Despite the differences in personality and opinion, the
Rooster and Pig can, with a lot of work and patience,
form an excellent relationship.

• Dog
Although this relationship can get a bit on the boring
side, it is honest, amicable and sincere.

• Pig
The mutual understanding between Pigs usually fades
once they realize how superficial the two of them really
are.