Luck O’ the Kitties to You!
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, this month’s edition of Cats in History was about the Celtic mythological cat – Cait Sidhe. There are a number of stories that paint a Cait Sidhe as a fearsome, mystical, witch in disguise. To name a few, Irusan, King of the cats put an end to a critical poet, a farmer realized that his cat was a cait sidhe after seeing a funeral procession of cats, and an evil cait sidhe named Big Ears caused a horrible tradition of burning cats alive. On the other side of things, there was also a 9th century Irish Monk who loved his pet cat named Pangur Bàn.
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