The Tiger's best friends are Horses or Dogs. Their mortal enemies are Monkeys (dang dirty apes).
To find out how other animal signs relate to the Tiger, consult the list below.
L E G E N D
-- Not good together.
-- Needs work.
-- Sexual attraction.
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 temperments
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 abound
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 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.