Thank goodness someone thought to publish an online list of all the astrological signs represented as cat breeds. In case you’re curious: Geminis are most like ragdolls, Libras may feel an affinity with the American shorthair and Scorpios are likely to identify with the brawny Maine coon. For many people under 40, these comparisons will need little explanation. Like with so many age-old cultural phenomena, the internet has given new form to the venerable practice of astrology, a system that claims human events and personal characteristics can be explained and predicted by observing the movements of celestial bodies. A historic feature of practically every culture from China to Latin America, it had an almost scholarly status in the ancient world and continues to be referenced as This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty-Four Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 47 Chani Nicholas and Sonya Passi Inside the astrology company on a mission to prove workplace well-being is more than a corporate tagline. Arts & Culture Issue 43 One and a Million Why we all fall for personalized prophecies. Arts & Culture Issue 51 Emily Gernild The Danish painter breathing new life into an old medium. Arts & Culture Food Issue 51 Imogen Kwok The artist takes food styling quite literally, creating accessories out of fruits and vegetables. Arts & Culture Design Issue 51 How to Make a Chair And do it on a tiny budget. Arts & Culture Issue 51 Odd Jobs The comedian with strong opinions about your home décor.