2017-03-27
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In ancient Rome, cats were seen as a symbol of:

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According to a legend, the ‘M’ on the head of tabby cats represents the name 'Mary' or 'Madonna' because:

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In traditional Buddhism, cats are "cursed" and not allowed to ascend to nirvana because:

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When the church began accusing women of being witches, black cats became known as "familiars" because:

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Which goddess had a team of cats drawing her chariot?

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A Hindu legend reveals that a religious king once had all the cats in his kingdom tied up during an important feast because:

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The ancient Egyptians placed cat statues outside their homes for:

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When Prophet Muhammad found his favorite cat, Muezza, sleeping on the sleeve of his prayer robe, what did he do?

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In Celtic mythology, a fairy cat was known as a "cat sith" and said to look like:

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Legend says that the reason the cat is not included in the Chinese Zodiac is because:

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St. Gertrude of Nivelles is generally believed to be the Patron Saint of Cats, but she is really the Patron Saint of Travelers and is usually depicted with the following animals:

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"Maneki Neko" is the name of the white "beckoning cat" that's considered a good luck charm in Japanese culture. Japanese Buddhists also believe:

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