Rat people are born under the sign of charm and aggressiveness. They are expressive and can be talkative sometimes. They like to go to parties and usually spend quite some time chatting with their friends. Although the Rat can be quiet sometime, it is rare to catch a Rat sitting quietly. Rat people usually have more acquaintances than real friends and they revere and cherish those close to them. Once you become their real friends, they will treat you as their family. Rats are self-contained and keep problems to themselves. And even though they can be talkative sometimes, they never confide in anyone. Sometimes mean, narrow-minded and suburban in outlook, Rat people are nevertheless honest.
They are known for his charm and attraction for the opposite sex. They work very hard to achieve their goals in life and are likely to be real perfectionists. They are thrifty with matters of money. They are easily angered but love to gossip. Their ambitions are high and they are usually very successful in what they do. While in the Western World the Rat is looked upon with disgust and revulsion, he is admired and honored in much of the East for his cleverness and aptitude for acquiring things of value. In China and Japan Rats are signs of good luck and prosperity.
The Rat is a charming creature capable of captivating almost anyone. Rats are connoisseurs who take pleasure in flaunting their style. They also possess a great sense of humor. Rats can be very protective and generous to those who are loyal to them. Rats are also quite self-serving. They have their own goals and ambitions and will not hesitate to advance them. Those outside a Rat’s social circle may find them easily riled and verbally abusive. Rats do not often pass up the opportunity to debate.
People born in the year of the mouse are easily attracted by people born in the year of the ox, thinking they are strong and can be relied on, and those born in the year of the ox appreciate the spirit of dedication of those born in the year of the mouse. The relationship between those born in the year of the dragon and those born in the year of the mouse is usually harmonious. Persons born in the year of the mouse are also attracted to those sharp-witted persons born in the year of the snake, and tend to form coalitions with them. They like the power exhibited by people born in the year of the monkey and appreciate their way of dealing with matters. They also keep good relationships with those born in the year of the tiger, dog or pig.
Rat Love Compatibility
Rat and RAT: No conflicts. Congenial and cooperative relationship. Compatible to a good extent. Will work as a team.
Rat and OX: Excellent match for marriage or business. Mutual love and understanding. Very sympathetic to each other.
Rat and TIGER: Will just tolerate. No conflicts but no special attraction either. Will maintain a moderate relationship at best.
Rat and RABBIT: Amicable relations. No difficulties in getting along to a certain degree. No strong clashes of will.
Rat and DRAGON: Very good match. Excellent for marriage or partnerships. Will achieve success, happiness and prosperity together.
Rat and SNAKE: Will cooperate to a good extent. Special bond possible if there is mutual admiration and understanding. Successful to a good degree.
Rat and HORSE: Unhappiness. Strong conflicts in in love and business relations. Personality clashes and bitter rivalry.
Rat and GOAT: Some animosity and unsympathetic feelings. Have nothing much in common. Do not relate well to each other.
Rat and MONKEY: Highly compatible. Very successful union. Have deep understanding of each other. Will find love and contentment.
Rat and ROOSTER: Nothing lasting or special will result from this relationship. Difficulties in communications. Will avoid each other’s company.
Rat and DOG: Mutual respect for each other. No large differences or struggle for dominance. Will cooperate for good.
Rat and PIG: Moderately happy relations. No personality clashes. Compatible to a good extent. Share common aims.