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Cat superstition around the worlds

Cats all over the world appear in superstition and folklore, every country has their own cat superstitions, here is a few from around the globe.

  • When a cat washes behind his ears you may expect visitors. -Dutch Cat superstition.
  • A strange Black cat on your porch brings prosperity - Scottish Cat superstition.
  • A cat sneezing is a good omen for everyone who hears it. Italian Cat superstition.
  • It is bad luck to see a white cat at night. American cat superstition.
  • A Black cat crossing one's path by moonlight means death in an epidemic. - Irish Cat superstition.
  • It is bad luck to cross a stream carrying a cat. - French Cat superstition.
  • In Britain and many parts of Europe, a black cat crossing the road, or entering your house is considered very good fortune. - Europe Cat superstition.
  • In parts of Yorkshire the wives of fishermen keep black cats at home to ensure their husbands safety at sea. - English Cat superstition.
  • Dreaming of a white cat means good luck. American cat superstition.
  • English schoolchildren believe seeing a white cat on the way to school is sure to bring trouble. To avert bad luck, they must either spit, or turn around completely and make the sign of the cross. English Cat superstition.
  • In Southern England a black cat crossing the path of the bride as she leaves the church is said grant a fortuneate marriage.- English Cat superstition.
  • A cat has nine lives.
  • On every black cat there is a single hair that is white. If you remove it without the cat scratching, this white hair will bring you wealth or luck in love.
  • If a cat deserts a house, illness will always reign there. - English Cat superstition.
  • When you see a one eyed cat, spit on your thumb, stamp it in the palm of your hand, and make a wish. The wish will come true. - American Cat superstition.
  • If a cat washes behind it's ears, it will rain. - English Cat superstition.
  • A cat sleeping with all four paws tucked under means cold weather ahead. -English Cat superstition.


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