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Date Listed 31-May-17
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Address Regina, SK S4P3C8
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Offered By Shelter
Pet's Date of Birth 01-Jan-14  (3 years old)

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People of Scotland consider the black cat as a sign of prosperity.

If you live in the United Kingdom or Japan, black cats crossing your path will make you smile and think that good fortune is on its way.

Latvian farmers who find black kitties near their grain bins dance with joy and look forward to an abundant harvest.

In China, the older, uglier and blacker a cat is the luckier it is for those who have it.

In Britain a black cat is considered a symbol of good luck,King Charles l of England owned a black cat. He treasured the cat so much he had his guards watch over it 24 hours a day. The day after the cat died from an illness, the King was arrested.

Black cats have a stronger immune system because their lineage has not been diluted by other breeds.

There's no such thing as a plain black cat. There's the deep auburn-shaded black,the blue black, the black with tiny shaded white highlights, the black with bunny-soft fur, the sleek black,the fluffy black, the grey-tipped black with soft brown undercoat,and numerous other varieties. Look at any black cat closely in pure sunlight and you will see the loveliest shade of rich sable brown.

Black cats are distantly related to the black panther. Regal.Majestic.Mysterious. Incredibly loving and loyal. Intelligent, A little piece of the wild for your home and your heart.

"A black cat crossing your path signifies that the animal is going somewhere. "
- Groucho Marx

Adopt a black cat or kitten from your local rescue group or animal shelter today.

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