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What's in store for you this winter?

Year of The Rabbit: Winter Edition

What's the Rabbit year got in store for you?

Your Winter Horoscope

Here's what each Chinese Zodiac sign can expect this autumn in terms of your parenting, activism, community relationships, and initiatives:

100% bullshit semi-randomly generated by ChatGPT.

(And spiced up a little by Ashia.)

How could you make an impact this year?

Determine where to focus your energy based on your Chinese zodiac sign (or whichever seems most fun.)

Don't take it too seriously, this is all entirely made-up.


1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023


1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024


1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013, 2025


1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026


1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015, 2027


1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016, 2028


1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029


1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030


1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019, 2031


1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020, 2032


1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021, 2033


1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022, 2034

rabbit zodiac


(born in 2023, 2011, 1999, 1987, 1975, 1963)

As winter approaches, Rabbits may find themselves embracing a more contemplative and focused mindset. This season brings an opportunity for introspection and determination, as well as indulging in some quality binge-watching. Use this period to set clear goals for your activism and community engagement, as you strive to make a lasting impact and catch up on Only Murders in the Building.

In comparison to autumn, Rabbit activists in winter exhibit a deepened commitment to their causes. The reflective nature of the season encourages you to delve into the core of your activism, reevaluating your strategies and refining your goals. You may find yourself taking on leadership roles and seeking out opportunities for personal growth within the activist community.

Sure, you could do try to figure it all out on your own, but it’d be way more fun and efficient if you join the Caregiver Winter Incubator to figure your shit out.

Ignite Reflective Leaders

During the winter months, Rabbit parents can nurture their children’s natural curiosity and encourage them to explore social and environmental issues. Whether you engage in meaningful conversations or endless infodumps about Minecraft, you’ll find ways to discuss activism, social justice, and the ethics of cramming 20 Minecraft villagers into a small hole with no food and water and then filling it with lava.

Empower your kids to voice their opinions, but maybe shift it up an octive because all that whining is grating your nerves. By fostering their passion for change, you are raising the next generation of activists who know not to dump lava on people in real life. Hopefully.

Your focus: Environmental Relationships

This winter, Rabbits are called to focus on environmental issues and become advocates for sustainable practices. Raise awareness about climate change, promote renewable energy sources, and encourage your community to take small but impactful steps towards a greener future – knowing full well your individual contributions are almost moot compared to the impact of global corporations. Your passion for protecting the planet will inspire others to join the cause, occupy offices, arrange boycotts, and sabotage CEO stock buy-backs.

Your skills: Collaborative Advocacy

Harness your natural empathy and sensitivity to build strong community relationships. Focus on fostering inclusivity and breaking down barriers within your community, without engaging in property destruction.

Organize events that celebrate diversity and encourage open dialogue between neighbors. Your ability to bring people together over a shared hate of leaf-blowers and the local golf course will create a sense of unity and drive positive change.


Amidst your passion for activism and community work, it’s important to take care of yourself. Have you had a glass of water yet today? Go do it.

No, don’t be like ‘ok sure, I’ll go drink some water when I’m done reading this.‘ Do it now. We can tell.

Everyone will tell you to prioritize self-care and find balance in your responsibilities, but we all know that’s bullshit when you have a toddler climbing into your seasonally-appropriate chunky sweater.

Instead, engage in activities that replenish your energy and distract the kids. Like taking a nap while the kids jump on the bed, only to wake up sporadically to steamroll across the mattress while making BEEP BEEP BEEP noises.

These are the brief moments of relaxation you’ll have to settle for. This way, you can continue to pretend you aren’t bored out of your mind caring for young children while maintaining your well-being.

dragon zodiac


(born in 2024, 2012, 2000, 1988, 1976, 1964)

As the winter season unfolds, Dragons will experience a transformation in their activism personality. Unlike most folks who feel an urge to hibernate and cozy up this winter, you’re a freaking weirdo.

You may feel a surge of renewed energy and enthusiasm, propelling you to take on new challenges and expand your horizons. This winter, embrace your inner fire and use it to ignite positive change in your parenting, activism issues, and community relationships. A metaphorical inner fire, since you learned the hard way that fire-eating is not within your skillset at the moment.

Compared to autumn, Dragon activists in winter embody a heightened sense of assertiveness and empowerment. The cold season fuels your determination to effect change, and you fearlessly advocate for racial equity. Embrace your voice, speak up against injustice, and set fire to your enemies.*

Your unwavering commitment inspires others to join the fight for a more inclusive society. Stay courageous and you’ll inspire others to join your cause.

*Metaphorical fire. Unless real fire fits the situation. I trust your judgement.

Igniting Culturally Responsive Leaders

Winter provides an opportunity for Dragon parents to cultivate cultural awareness in their children. Encourage your kids to appreciate and celebrate marginalized and targeted cultures. Explore literature, music, and art from different backgrounds together, but avoid Blackface, hula ‘costumes’ and the other trappings of cultural appropriation.

Foster an environment that values inclusivity by learning about your shared frustrations and passions. By raising culturally aware children, you contribute to a future generation that embraces diversity, mayhem, and ripping down institutional racism from the inside.

Your focus: Racial Equity

Dragons are called to focus on racial equity this winter. Channel your passion and influence to address systemic racism. Advocate for policies that dismantle racial barriers, support organizations working towards racial justice, and engage in conversations that foster understanding, empathy, and light sabotage. Your fierce determination will help create a more equitable and just society, leaving thoroughly singed embers of bigotry in your wake.

Your skills: Intersectional Collaboration

Harness your natural leadership skills and passion for community building to initiate intersectional collaborations. Partner with organizations and individuals who share your commitment to racial equity and social justice, or share your energy with sleepier parents who could use a boost of energy during our Winter Incubator. Organize community workshops, forums, and initiatives that amplify marginalized voices. Consider staging a coo in your local performative white women’s ‘diversity’ book club. Your ability to bridge (or upend) communities will create lasting impact.


Setting fires without securing a fire extinguisher that hasn’t expired yet. While your passion drives you forward, it’s essential to find a balance between activism and aggressive napping. Winter can be a demanding season, both physically and emotionally. Take time to recharge, practice self-care rituals, and engage in activities that bring you joy and replenish your energy. By nurturing yourself, you’ll continue to be a powerful force for positive change and the occasional controlled burn.

snake zodiac


(born in 2025, 2013, 2001, 1989, 1977, 1965)

As the winter season arrives, Snakes will experience a unique shift in their activism personality. You may find yourself embracing a more introspective and strategic approach to your parenting, activism issues, and community relationships. This winter, tap into your natural wisdom and resourcefulness to effect positive change.

In comparison to autumn, Snake activists in winter exhibit a heightened sense of strategic planning and analysis. The introspective nature of the season allows you to delve deep into the core of your activism.

You may find yourself analyzing the root causes of gender inequality and developing comprehensive strategies to effect systemic change, in the form of hypercolor daydreaming. Your meticulous planning and ability to transform these mild hallucinations into a bigger picture make you an influential advocate.

Ignite Empowered Leaders

During the winter months, Snake parents have an opportunity to foster empowerment in their children. Encourage your kids to pursue their passions and break free from societal expectations. Teach them about consent, healthy relationships, and not just breaking the gender binary, but crushing it into a fine goo. By empowering your children, you nurture a generation that challenges gender norms and strives for equality.

Your Focus: Gender Equality

Snakes are called to focus on promoting gender equality this winter. Advocate for equal opportunities and rights for all genders. Raise awareness about gender-based discrimination and empower marginalized communities to flaunt what they got.

Engage in initiatives that challenge gender stereotypes and promote unapologetic queer flamboyance anywhere folks damn well please. Your astute insights and dedication will contribute to a more equitable, super rainbow sparkly future.

Your skills: Strategic Planning and Analysis

Harness your natural charm and ability to build connections to initiate collaborative advocacy efforts in your community. Join forces with like-minded individuals and organizations to address gender inequality.

Organize workshops, events, and awareness campaigns that promote gender equity and that ‘gay agenda’ great-aunt Terese has been clutching her pearls about. Your strategic approach and persuasive communication skills will inspire positive change and sporadic dance parties.


Too many recreational drugs. While your dedication to activism is admirable, it’s crucial to remember self-care during the winter season. Take time to rest, recharge, and moderate your consumption of edibles while hosting family for the holidays.

Engage in activities that nourish your mind, body, and spirit. By prioritizing self-care and joining the Winter Incubator, you can sustain your energy and continue making a meaningful impact in the fight for gender equality.

horse zodiac


 (born in 2026, 2014, 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966)

As the winter season settles in, Horses will experience a shift in their activism personality. You may find yourself embodying a sense of adventure and determination, fueled by the chilly air. This winter, embrace your natural resilience and inspire positive change in your parenting, activism issues, and community relationships.

Compared to autumn, Horse activists in winter exhibit a heightened sense of courageous advocacy. The season’s adventurous spirit amplifies your determination to stand up for animal rights. But don’t take it too far, otherwise the feds will catch on.

Ignite Empathetic Leaders

During the winter months, Horse parents have an opportunity to cultivate empathy and compassion in their children. Teach your kids to respect and care for animals, emphasizing the importance of their well-being. Engage in educational activities about wildlife conservation and responsible pet ownership, even if you’re allergic to everything and that pet has to be a shitty pet like a crab or something. By nurturing empathy, you raise children who are kind stewards of the Earth and even the uncuddliest of Earth’s creatures.

Your Focus: Animal Welfare

Horses are called to focus on animal welfare this winter. Advocate for the rights and well-being of animals, both domestic and wild, ugly and adorable. Raise awareness about animal cruelty, support organizations working towards animal protection, and strive for ethical treatment and conservation efforts. Your compassionate nature and determination will make a significant impact on the lives of our furry and feathered friends.

Your skills:

Harness your natural enthusiasm and ability to connect with others to initiate collaborative initiatives within your community. Join forces with animal welfare organizations, veterinarians, and fellow activists to address animal rights issues and stage the occasional disruptive event. Organize fundraisers, awareness campaigns, and pack board meetings with goats. Your volunteer opportunities to make a positive impact. Your charisma and determination will inspire others to take action.


Wearing anything that can’t be cleaned with a quick hosing. You’re gonna get covered in goat poo, so you might as well dress for the part.

goat zodiac


(born in 2027, 2015, 2003, 1991, 1979, 1967)

As the winter season arrives, Goats will experience a shift in their activism personality. You may feel a deeper sense of compassion and a strong desire to foster inclusivity and equality. This winter, embrace your nurturing nature and inspire positive change in your parenting, activism issues, and community relationships.

Compared to autumn, Goat activists in winter exhibit an even deeper sense of empathy and sensitivity towards LGBTQ+ issues. The introspective nature of the season allows you to connect on a profound level with the experiences and struggles faced by the LGBTQ+ community. Your nurturing and compassionate nature drive you to be a vocal advocate, fostering empathy and understanding among cishet allies. Your dedication to inclusivity and acceptance, along with your fantastic taste in playlists, will inspire positive change.

Ignite Compassionate Leaders:

During the winter months, Goat parents have an opportunity to cultivate respect and understanding in their children. Teach your kids about different sexual orientations and gender identities, emphasizing the importance of respect, empathy, and creating the perfect playlist for a cozy winter pride event.

Encourage open dialogue and create a safe space for them to ask questions and learn. By nurturing respect and understanding, you raise children who embrace diversity, fight for equality, and know how to put on a devastating drag show.

Your Focus:

Goats are called to focus on LGBTQ+ rights and acceptance this winter. Support organizations working towards LGBTQ+ rights through the intersection of anti-ableism, anti-racism, and decolonization. Educate allies on inclusivity, and work towards creating safe and affirming affinity spaces.

Your compassionate nature and dedication will contribute to a more inclusive and fabulously queer society, but you may face barriers in shifting potential allies into an anti-supremacist mindset. To bolster your patience and endurance, join the Winter Incubator for a brave space to vent, reticulate your splines, and head back into the fray re-energized and ready to advocate.

Your skills: Building LGBTQ+ Allies

Harness your natural ability to build connections and initiate community initiatives focused on LGBTQ+ rights and acceptance. Collaborate with organizations and schools with an overabundance of cishet leadership to promote inclusivity and understanding of LBGTQ+ issues. Organize workshops, support groups, and awareness campaigns that foster empathy and allyship. Your nurturing and compassionate approach will inspire others to become allies and advocate for LGBTQ+ rights.


Unpasturized egg nog. You want to give it another try, but beware having too open a mind. Remember that not everyone you hang out with has the same dedication to food safety as you. Heed this warning, lest you end up tethered to the restroom for 36 hours straight.

monkey zodiac


(born in 2028, 2016, 2004, 1992, 1980, 1968)

As the winter season blankets us with its chilly embrace, Monkeys find themselves swinging into a new realm of parental advocacy. Your innate cleverness and resourcefulness shine brightly, making you the perfect advocate for the pressing issue of decolonization. This winter, channel your playful nature and inspire change in your parenting, activism, and community relationships.

Compared to the autumn season, Monkeys in winter exude an even sharper wit and an unyielding commitment to the cause of decolonization. The contemplative atmosphere of the season enables you to dive deep into the historical injustices and struggles faced by marginalized communities.

Your clever and resourceful approach to activism will make you a formidable force in dismantling colonial structures.

Ignite Investigative Leaders:

During the winter months, Monkey parents have a unique opportunity to educate their children about the importance of decolonization. Teach your kids about the untold stories of Indigenous peoples and the impacts of colonization, emphasizing the need to be respectful and resourceful in amplifying Indigenous voices.

Encourage them to ask questions, learn about different cultures, and understand the significance of decolonization in smashing the kyriarchy. Your resourcefulness in exploring these topics will empower your children to become clever advocates for justice.

Your Focus:

Monkeys are called to center their activism on decolonization this winter. Support organizations that work to decolonize education, media, and cultural institutions. Educate settler colonists on the importance of acknowledging and rectifying the effects of colonization.

Your clever and resourceful nature will drive the movement forward, but you may encounter resistance from those reluctant to confront the past. To maintain sanity, join the Winter Incubator, where you can rant, bounce round ideas, and emerge well-rested and ready to swing back into action.

Your skills: Clever Sabotage

Harness your humor, cleverness, and resourcefulness to sabotage land-grabs, the construction of new oil pipelines, and cop cities. Collaborate with local organizations, schools, and libraries to raise awareness and take practical steps toward decolonizing education and institutions. Organize seminars, disruptive events, and clever awareness campaigns that will inspire others to join the fight for justice.


The stale candy your kids left behind from Halloween. Just like decolonization, it’s time to let go of what’s outdated and no longer serves you. Your late-night pantry raids are better served with something warm and unexpired, so toss that candy and go microwave a chocolate lava mug cake instead.


rooster zodiac


(born in 2029, 2017, 2005, 1993, 1981, 1969)

As the winter season swoops down with its frosty wings, Roosters awaken to a new calling. Your innate sense of organization and deep empathy takes center stage, making you the perfect advocate for supporting other parent activists. This winter, let your helpful nature and humorous approach be the guiding light for change in your parenting, activism, and relationships.

Compared to the autumn season, Roosters in winter exude an even stronger desire to offer support and a commitment to the cause of nurturing fellow parent activists. The reflective ambiance of the season allows you to dive into the shared struggles and triumphs of parents navigating the challenges of advocacy. A great place to do this is in the Activist Caregiver Winter Incubator – but no pressure.

Ignite Supportive Leaders:

During the winter months, Rooster parents have an opportunity to raise kids who support peers and conspirators. Share your wisdom on juggling activism, parenthood, and a somewhat chaotic life with your kids, and model strong leadership with even stronger boundaries as they experiment with their own peer support projects.

Encourage your kids to ask for help when needed, seek advice, and brace themselves for the conflict that comes with community collaboration. Your ability to listen to your kids and give them space to figure out their own problems will model how to become a spectacular accomplice as your child grows.

Your Focus:

Roosters are called to support other parent activists this winter. Extend your helping wing to organizations and initiatives that champion the well-being of parents engaged in various causes. Educate your fellow advocates on the importance of sharing the load and resisting the siren call of hyper-individualism, boostraps, and attempting to fix it all on your own.

Your whimsical humor will propel the movement forward, but you may encounter a few stubborn martyrs. To preserve your sanity, join the Winter Incubator, where you can share stories, exchange chicken-themed puns, and emerge with a brighter outlook to continue your mission.

Your Skills: Cheerful Encouragement

Harness your natural ability to offer cheerful support, organization, and optimism to fellow parent activists. Collaborate with local parent advocacy groups and mutual-aid centers to connect a nurturing network of support. Organize research, get-togethers, and online spaces that inspire parents to keep their spirits high while advocating for causes dear to them.


The temptation to fix everyone else’s problems for them. Just like resisting the urge to fix your kid’s inside-out-shirt, remember that while you can offer guidance and support, everyone needs the freedom to find their own solutions.

Your cheerful presence and wisdom are more valuable when you let others flap their wings and find their own way. So, toss that temptation aside and embrace the chaos of being a sounding board, not a parasitic brain monster.

dog zodiac


 (born in 2030, 2018, 2006, 1994, 1982, 1970)

As the winter season descends with its frosty charm, Dogs embark on a new mission in the world of advocacy. This winter, let your caring nature and your penchant for mischief be the guiding light for change in your parenting, activism, and relationships.

Compared to the autumn season, Dogs in winter exude an even greater desire to offer a helping paw and a steadfast commitment to the cause of challenging ableism. The contemplative atmosphere of the season invites you to dive super deep into the shared joys and struggles of parenthood during the Winter incubator, just like that time your cousin stole your car, sunk it super deep into a lake, and set it on fire (but we’re trying to let go of resentment, so let’s move on).

Ignite Paw-sitive Change Makers

In the winter months, Dog parents have a golden opportunity to raise children who stand up against ableism and offer unwavering support to the disability community. Share your wisdom on balancing accessibility with efficiency, and model slowing down and prioritizing access in your community initiatives.

Encourage your children to embrace interdependence. Your ability to ask for help and model reciprocating and relying on others will pay off when they’re deciding whether to put your ancient ass in a nursing home. Just like when you refused to bail your cousin out of jail for sinking your car and THEN setting it on fire (how?!) it’s okay to model showing up for others, but setting boundaries.

Your Focus:

Dogs, your mission this winter is to dismantle ableism. Extend your helping paw to organizations and initiatives that champion the well-being of individuals with disabilities and their families. Educate your fellow advocates on the importance of de-centering abled bodyminds, and resisting the lazy attitudes of bigots.

Your Skills: Mischief with a Cause

Harness your innate ability to infuse creativity and boundless energy into challenging ableism. Collaborate with local businesses, schools, and online groups to create a more inclusive and accessible world. Organize gatherings, awareness campaigns, and offbeat workshops that inspire others to dismantle ableism the same way you had to dismantle your car in order to drag it out of that lake.


The temptation to slap ableist jerks. Just because it felt amazingly cathartic to slap the shit out of your asshole cousin, this doesn’t mean violence solves everything. Get it under control!

pig zodiac


(born in 2019, 2007, 1995, 1983, 1971)

As winter descends upon us like a cozy blanket, this basically makes you a Pig-in-a-blanket. So it’s time to take your juicy talents and keep others safe and cozy.

Recall that time when you single-handedly saved that family of six from a house fire? Let that experience inspire you to use your courageous spirit to make a positive impact in countering Islamophobia and ending genocide.

Ignite Compassionate Leaders:

Parenting is all about supporting your kids in taking risks and occasionally making gloriously foolish choices. Encourage them to step out of their comfort zones, pursue their passions, and yes, even embrace moments of embarrassing realizations.

However, amidst all the glorious chaos, remember to take care of yourself and prioritize your own well-being. Set aside time for self-care and reflection to recharge your batteries without making excuses with help from the Winter Incubator.

And, of course, test those fire alarms again, because you never know when a late-night hankering for microwave popcorn may result in accidentally engulfing a four-bedroom home in flames.

Your Focus: Countering Islamophobia

This winter, channel your energies into countering Islamophobia and advocating for understanding and compassion. Be a voice against stereotypes, promote cultural awareness, and support initiatives that work towards a society that respects human rights regardless of race and faith. Encourage open dialogue, celebrate diversity, and block zionists dogpiling you on social media for suggesting that Palestinians are human.

Your Skills: Shout Loud Like a Fire Alarm

As a Pig, your loyalty and supportiveness are well-known, even if your tasty flesh is forbidden to many.

But it’s time to step out of the shadows and shine – not as a snack, but as an accomplice and conspirator.

Just like the time you saved that family after accidentally setting fire to their house (no one needs to know, it will always be our Pop-Secret) – but this time, take action from a sense of shared human struggle, rather guilt and saviorism over displacing an entire family because you can’t properly read the instructions on a bag of Orville Redenbacker’s.

rat zodiac


(born in 2020. 2008, 1996, 1984, 1972, 1960)

As the winter season unfolds, Rats, it’s time to embrace your distinct qualities of wit and intelligence.

While Rats may have had a less-than-flattering reputation, your ability to spread creative change is unparalleled, kind of like the way you introduced your last round of dinner party guests to a truly… different type of meal.

Raise Creative Leaders:

In this season, encourage your children to embrace their individuality and pursue their passions, even if it means supporting them when their dreams are a bit far-fetched.

Don’t shy away from taking risks as a family, like that time you ventured into the culinary realm with unconventional food pairings, such as cheeto and maple syrup soup.

Your Focus: Countering Voter Disenfranchisement

This winter, put your keen insight and ability to identify unusual solutions to good use by speaking out against voter disenfranchisement. Advocate for fair elections, accessible polling places, and voter rights. Your wisdom will be appreciated in ensuring that every voice is heard, even if the snacks you bring to fundraising bake sales are not.

Your Skills: Community Building

For Rats, now is a great time to strengthen your ties within the community, whether this community be local or in the upcoming Winter Incubator. Get involved in local organizations or campaigns that work to counter voter disenfranchisement. Your natural charm and wit will help engage others and create a positive impact.

Take some time to reflect on your own personal growth and consider attending workshops or classes to expand your knowledge and skills. Just like in your cooking skills, there’s always room for some experience and improvement.


It’s time to come clean about your secret cookbook writing sessions. You’ve been so pre-occupied, your family is starting to believe you’re having an affair. Instead, courageously share your dreams of creating a cookbook centering unusual and occasionally disgusting snacks. Will your loved ones be surprised? Maybe. Will they be revolted? Almost certainly.

But rest assured that everyone will be impressed by your creative gumption and ability to follow through on something that seems unnecessary but will definitely become an ironic best-seller at Urban Outfitters.

ox zodiac


(born in 2021, 2009, 1997, 1985, 1973, 1961)

As winter arrives, Ox parent activists, it’s time to shift your focus to countering housing inequality and making a difference in your community. This is a particularly pressing issue for you as new allegations are coming out that you are harboring several more secret families, and it’s getting hard to find housing for all of them.

Raise Collaborative Leaders:

Oxen are known for their strength and dependability, but this winter, prioritize creating a healthy work-life balance for yourself and your families.

Since you can’t fit them all in a single room without renting a dining hall, enjoy outdoor activities with your children. Consider how you’ll model fighting for housing security during the premiere of this December’s Lifetime TV mini-series airing about you and your multiple secret families. The ones we know about, so far, at least. (Thursdays at 7 pm Eastern / 5 pm Central).

Your Focus: Housing Equality

This winter, use your diligence and hardworking nature to champion causes that aim to ensure everyone has access to safe and affordable housing. Advocate for initiatives that promote housing equality, support marginalized communities, and work toward ending homelessness. Your strong work ethic can drive positive change and set an example for your many, many children.

Your Skills: Building Partnerships

Oxen are known for their independence, but it’s time to collaborate. Seek out like-minded groups and organizations, affinity groups such as the Winter Incubator, and join forces to tackle housing inequality together. Be open about your existing commitments, workload, and marital status (or statuses) to ensure transparent partnerships with domestic abuse shelter organizations.

It’s also important to make time for self-care. While you’re juggling many responsibilities, remember to rest and recharge, perhaps by revisiting your Chumbawamba albums for some nostalgic inspiration.


While it may be tempting to get back into the dentistry industry to fund your initiatives and feed and the small village of people who’ve inherited your DNA, do remember that you are still not technically a dentist, do not have any medical training in dentristry, and any attempt to start a new dentistry practice would violate the terms of at least three settlements stemming from your history of falsely impersonating a dentist. I’ll say it clearly – Stop pretending to be a dentist.

tiger zodiac


(born in 2022, 2010, 1998, 1986, 1974, 1962)

This winter, Tigers, it’s time to change your stripes and adapt your activism approach. While your autumn advocacy work had its own unique tone, now it’s time to shift your focus towards countering climate injustice in the food industry, all while navigating the challenges of suburban human living.

Unleash Environmental Leaders:

You may have been raised as an apex predator, but in this suburban neighborhood, it’s time to encourage your children to embrace their unique qualities and interests and downplay the blood lust.

Help them build their self-confidence, and support them in pursuing their dreams, even when you know their dreams are as far-fetched as trying to catch squirrels in the backyard. Embrace risks and new experiences as a family, whether it’s embarking on a daring home improvement project or attempting to coexist peacefully with the neighbor’s cat.

Your Focus: Climate Justice in the Food Industry

As a Tiger, you’re no stranger to the food chain, but it’s crucial to use your predatory nature for good. Advocate for sustainable practices and climate justice in the food industry.

Support initiatives that promote eco-friendly farming, reduce food waste, and champion fair treatment of workers. Your innate ability to see through the jungle of issues in this industry will be invaluable.

Your Skills: Roaring for Change

Tigers are known for their powerful roars, and it’s time to use that strength to engage others and make a positive impact.

Collaborate with local organizations, schools, and communities to raise awareness about the environmental impact of the food industry. Organize events, initiatives, and clowders that inspire change and encourage sustainable choices, while trying not to pounce on the mail lady.


While your predatory nature may come in handy in the wild, it’s time to dial it down a notch this winter. Avoid leaping over the fence to chase after the neighborhood wildlife or startling your unsuspecting human neighbors.

We know you’re bullshitting your way through life, pretending to be the perfect PTO parent when you’re really a ferocious Tiger in a human suit – and that’s okay. Embrace your true self and work toward making a real impact in countering climate injustice in the food industry, tackling your prey with merciful, swift kills, and tidying up your messes by meticulously burying them in the sandbox at your local playground.


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