Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Rat and Tiger Zodiac Signs.
Rat Years of Birth: 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020
Tiger Years of Birth: 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022
Relationships can be stressful. One common problem is that people often attempt to have long term relationships, including marriage and a family, with others with whom they are just not that compatible. Thinking about how you and your mate's personalities clash and complement each other is the key to a successful relationship. People have used their Chinese horoscopes to learn these things for years. Your Chinese zodiac sign can tell you a lot about how likely your romance is to flourish with someone of the same or another sign.
As a Rat, you are bright and gregarious. You enjoy yourself at parties without needing to be in the spotlight, and you easily win friends. People love your charming nature, and are not afraid to share confidences with you. But you have a wily and calculating side - you do not hesitate to spill secrets when it benefits you and your family. Climbing social ladders comes easily to you, but you are not very ambitious to be at the top. You merely want to take care of your family well and enjoy your life.
You can be a little anxious and stressed, because you have a keen sense for danger. You are good at sensing when another person is not dealing with you honestly, and you always have back up plans to make sure you don't suffer when disaster strikes. Your keen mind sees what others miss.
You are great with finances, although you have a hard time resisting a great bargain. Others often come to you for advice.
You prefer your home to be comfortable, cozy, and filled with family.
A Tiger is on a different wavelength than you are. While you find it easy to make friends, the Tiger doesn't always have that talent. She is intense and magnetic, and has her fair share of admirers, but doesn't always impress the right people. She is more concerned with doing what she feels is right, even if it angers people in high places. Her passion knows no bounds and she will fight to the end even if she loses everything.
You have a hard time understanding the Tiger's personality. To you, family is the most important thing, not some obscure humanitarian cause. Tiger's are simply too intense for you. You prefer comfort and stability, whereas Tigers are never happy unless they are wavering between extremes and dragging their admirers with them.
A Tiger will sometimes be fiercely independent and push you away, and at other times will require your sympathy and support. When a Tiger has been hurt, all reason leaves her, and she needs you to take her side no matter what. You may not be able to do this, because sometimes she is at fault and you can't just ignore the facts. If you fail to take her side she may become angry and lash out.
This relationship would require an extreme amount of compromise and change that would be uncomfortable for both parties. As easy as it is to fall in love with a Tiger, it's best for you to leave this one alone.