Hey, how did Dotty get in these pictures?
And when it's all over hope you don't end up like this poor kitty!
Still can't get enough?? Check this out.....
|Cocoa in the garden (1991-2009)|
I read that in Australia and Britain and other parts of the world where black is a protective color, black cats are considered lucky. In Ancient Egypt, cats were sacred and a home that kept a black cat was even more blessed. The ancient Celts believed that black cats were reincarnated beings who could foretell the future. Cats have always been associated with motherhood, protection, love and fertility. In Scotland, it was believed that if a black cat crossed your path that good fortune would come your way. Maybe my Scottish heritage has something to do with my love of black cats!
"The purity of a person's heart can be quicklymeasured by how they regard cats."
|My adopted kitten .... Guy Noir, curious, playful and happy!|
|'A Holiday Book -- Halloween' 1963 by Lillie Patterson|
|Me, many years ago!|