Rat Love compatibility horoscope with the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig
Years of the Rat:
10/02/1948 to 28/01/1949
28/01/1960 to 14/02/1961
15/02/1972 to 02/02/1973
02/02/1984 to 19/02/1985
19/02/1996 to 06/02/1997
07/02/2008 to 25/01/2009
25/01/2020 to 11/02/2021
The Rat, the Dragon and the Monkey are part of the first compatibility triangle of Chinese astrology. Indeed, the Rat, first sign-animal of the zodiac in the Chinese calendar, gets along naturally with the Dragon and the Monkey.
All 12 signs of the Chinese horoscope also have a secret friend: the Ox is the secret friend of the Rat.
The Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rat is incompatible with the Horse.
By Karma Weather - January 7, 2017
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People born in the Chinese Zodiac Year of the Rat tend to have frank and undiplomatic relationships together.
In a personal or professional relationship, two Rats have the advantage of knowing how to carefully safe-keep their money.
However, two Rats in a couple also tend to be prone to regular disputes. In the long run, this permanent tension can potentially jeopardize the safety of their household.
The Rat and the Ox aspire to develop strong relationships, further deepened by mutual consideration and respect.
The Rat and the Ox also share an ability to make savings in anticipation of hard times.
As a couple, the Rat and the Ox can expect fidelity from each other, both being an ideal Love Match. A marriage between the Rat and the Ox is usually a sign of lasting joy and happiness for the family, parents and children alike.
Concerning business relationships, either as partners or colleagues, the natives of the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rat can expect lasting financial gains in developing strong ties with people born in the Year of the Ox.
People born in the Year of the Rat and those born in the Year of the Tiger have the unfortunate tendency to indulge themselves in laziness and frivolity.
One could say that the Rat and the Tiger are unproductively compatible. When they spend time together, they actually prefer to enjoy the present moment rather than considering long term projects.
A marriage (or a business partnership) is not the best idea to consider by the first and the third signs of the Chinese Zodiac. A friendship between these two companions should suffice, however costly it could become when the Rat and the Tiger decide to go partying together.
People born in the Year of the Rat and those born in the Year of the Rabbit (Cat) are not the ideal candidates for love and friendship.
Rats and Rabbits are both gifted with great intelligence and ambition, but they have an opposite vision on the means to achieve their goals.
Usually, the Rat's attitude towards the Rabbit is made out of calculations rather than real feelings, while the Rabbit in turn can quickly get tired of the Rat, and break away without warning.
The Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rat and the sign of the Dragon have a natural understanding of one another, and a mutual fascination.
People born in the Year of the Rat and those born in the Year of the Dragon make great life partners, in love and business alike.
A wedding between a Rat and a Dragon is usually the start of a successful and fruitful union that can last for a lifetime.
People born in the Year of the Rat and those born in the Year of the Snake are possible partners in love or in business.
However, when in in a relationship, Rats and Snakes should better keep up the consideration they have for one another, as well as their great capacity for dialogue.
Otherwise, they could easily fall into the depths of infidelity or betrayals.
People born in the Year of the Rat and those born in the Year of the Horse sadly have antagonistic characters.
As a couple or as friends, they can sometimes get into endless struggles, and suffer bitter disappointment as a result.
The Rat and the Goat (Sheep) are not an ideal match.
The Rat and the Goat have different points of view on the most important matters of life. They have radically different personal lifestyles, which prevents them from feeling totally at peace in a shared environment. For instance, finances being a very important matter to Rats, they will always take great care in order to earn and save money for harder times. Goats, on the other hand, are very generous when they have the opportunity, and they also have an unfortunate tendency to spend at will if nobody stops them. The Rat generally finds the Goat too whimsical and immature for his taste, while the Goat doesn't like the stinginess of the Rat. In summary, between the Rat and the Goat, this is more of a mutual misunderstanding than a true and irreducible incompatibility.
People born in the Year of the Rat and those born in the Year of the Monkey can be perfectly fine as friends or as a couple, as long as they manage to maintain a balance in their relationship.
The Rat and the Monkey seem to have a natural understanding together, and the know perfectly how to cooperate, in business or sentimental matters alike.
Even after a heated debate, they always end up reaching an agreement.
People born in the Year of the Rat and those born in the Year of the Rooster sometimes have irreconcilable differences.
This is especially noticeable whenever it concerns morality issues, which prevents most of the time a Rat and a Rooster to seriously consider getting together as a couple.
People born in the Year of the Rat and those born in the Year of the Dog are greatly compatible. Together, they have the ability to become great friends or to live a balanced and happy love life.
The Rat and the Dog share a mutual respect for each other, and their mutual trust is unbreakable. The strength of their relationship would make jealous most of the other Chinese zodiac signs.
As a couple, they're an ideal combination, as they manage perfectly well to combine their love and their care for each other. Their children are in good hands and can be assured of a serene and productive education at the side of such parents.
People born in the Year of the Rat and those born in the Year of the Pig (Boar) get along fine, as long as they keep a shared common interest in their life.
In a relationship, the life of the Rat and the Dog might well be quite bland, some would even say boring.
However, this lack of fun in the household is greatly compensated by their ability to feel secure together. Their house, their common bank account or the education of their children are important issues for them, as they will definitly help cement their relationship in the long run.
January and February 2018’s Monthly and Daily Horoscope for the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac. The Month of the Water Ox begins on January 17, 2017 and ends on February 15, 2018. The 2018 Chinese New Year is fast approaching. It is always time to remember the resolutions of the new year to consolidate one's achievements and to foresee new perspectives.