Category: Cat History

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Let’s dismiss superstitions & folklore giving black cats a bad rap

Let’s dismiss the superstitions & folklore giving black cats a bad rap. On Black Cat Appreciation Day (Aug. 17) we want to debunk the myths and celebrate how absolutely stunning they are. They make wonderful pets, but superstitions still prevail. Black cats tend...

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Cat tourism on the rise and that’s why we are writing about it

Why write about cat tourism? The answer is simple: felines are front and center at hotels, museums, theme parks, coastal resorts, cat café’s, temples, islands, train-stations, cat shows, and more. People flock to these places to get their cat fix (big dose of...

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Black Cats – The Story of the Myth

How did a simple superstition of Black Cats – The story of the Myth – result in millions and millions of deaths? Chances are you are familiar with the belief that a black cat crossing your path means you are going to have...

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Jackson Galaxy’s Total Cat Mojo

Jackson Galaxy’s ‘Total Cat Mojo’ is The Ultimate Guide to Life with your Cat.  The 300-plus page book is the best explanation Paws for Reflection has seen to why cats behave the way they do. With the recent release of ‘Total Cat Mojo’...

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President’s Day – Presidential Cats

Presidential Cats at the White House Even though President Clinton’s cat, Socks, is probably the most famous cat that lived in the White House, being nicknamed Chief Executive Cat. President Abraham Lincoln was the first President to bring cats to the White House,...

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