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Tracy
Tracy2008

Posted on June 14, 2010

Just recently adopted two tuxedo kittens from the shelter I volunteer at every Friday. Zeus (black nose) was adopted on May 19th out of a litter of 6. Weeks went by and all the other kittens were adopted except this one guy. We decided that we need t… more ›
HOOTe
HOOTeCAT

Posted on January 23, 2010 | 1

was just trying to restart conversation in this group. didn't mean to change the "discription". couldn't figure out how to change it back...guess i'm not so smart. loved the original discription, since i AM a tuxedo cat. can anyone change it back???
The Funny Farm
collpall

Posted on May 27, 2009

I am not sure if it ok to post, I apologize if not. I run a sanctuary in GA called The Funny Farm and am currently having a fundraiser to fence in 2 acres of the farm to create a bigger area for our 43 rescue cats. We are trying to protect them from … more ›
Allygirl47
allygirl47

Posted on January 31, 2009 | 1

i am a cat rescuer who has lost her home. these great/loving tuxedos need new homes NOW! doogie- 6 year old fixed male. super sweet and loving. grabs you when you walk by. he retrieves paper like a dog! sassy- 7 year old fixed female. she love… more ›
Suzanne E.
tigerous

Posted on December 26, 2008 | 1

I just thought I would show everyone this fundraiser for some orphaned kittens. www.fundable.com/groupactions/groupaction.2008-12-26.3779328833/groupaction_view
Sarah  W.
Roxymimi

Posted on October 13, 2008 | 4

I Love Cats, I may not have a Tuxedo but I do love that coloration in cats. There are many Tuxedos at the shelter I volunteer at and they are just so cute!
Kate H.
dixiepets

Posted on October 10, 2008 | 1

Another new group I just joined, I'm way to addicted to this site. LOL. I have a foster momma who is a tuxedo and she had 4 kittens. Two were tuxedo's a male & female a all gray male, and a all black female. I have always had a spot in my heart for … more ›
Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on October 9, 2008

The Demon: When the black cat appeared as an embodiment of the Devil, all known aspects of evil were presumably focused in it. Sometimes the powers of darkness were split up and the cat would appear in a variety of demonic guises. In some of the ear… more ›
Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on October 9, 2008

Then the ferocious beast sprang at Arthur's throat, but he used his shield so expertly that it fell to the ground. After Arthur had struck the cat on its head so that the skin was cut by his sword, the animal seized him by the shoulders and its claws… more ›
Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on October 9, 2008

Wild cats are notoriously fierce and will attack a man without provocation. The cat-a-mountain haunts heraldic devices, and the Mackintosh family's motto: Touch not a cat but [without] a glove, is an indication of this animal's reputation. The French… more ›
Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on October 9, 2008

In the sixth century, the Chinese believed in cat spectres. An ancient story is told of a man called T'o, whose mother was said to serve a cat spectre. When cat spectres killed anybody, the possessions of the victim were secretly drawn to the house w… more ›
Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on October 9, 2008

There are European tales of cat goblins. In some parts of Provence, people say that it is unwise for travellers to answer anyone who speaks to them after sundown. The danger is that they might be accosted by one of those earth spirits which are neith… more ›
Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on October 8, 2008

The Devil: Sabbats were held in the depth of the night and were presided over by the Devil in the form of a black cat or sometimes of a goat or black man. According to evidence obtained at witch trials, Satan took the form of a black cat on a thousan… more ›
Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on October 8, 2008

It is interesting to note that the Languedoc form of the Christian St. Agatha's name was Santo Gato - St. Cat. She was closely associated with thunderstorms. On her feast day peasants rang church bells in all the villages to ward off hail which was b… more ›
Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on October 8, 2008

It was explained that the Devil seduced male and female witches because both were addicted to carnal pleasures. He bound them to his allegiance by such agreeable provocations. During witch trials, the women all denied finding intercourse with the Dev… more ›

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