Are cats evil

A frequently asked question by prospective pet owners, old and young alike, is. do cats make good pets?

The answer, of course, is that they make excellent pets. Why?

Well, I’m sure that every cat owner has their own opinion. But I’m happy to tell you that not only do my cats make good pets, they make the best pets!

Many reasons, both big and small, come to mind, but here are some of my favorites:

Why do cats make good pets?

Note: adopting a pet is a wonderful, but demanding experience. The answer to the direct question “why do cats make good pets” is probably going to be somewhat different for every cat lover. There is no right or wrong answer.

A better question for a prospective pet owner might be “do cats make good pets for me?” or “is a cat the right pet for me at this time?” That is a question that every person must answer for themselves before adopting a pet.

If you’re thinking of adopting, or you’ve recently adopted a cat, here are some tips for new cat owners.

1. Cats Are Low maintenance

Not only do cats make good pets, but they are are low maintenance pets! As I’m sure you know, they are independent, free thinking creatures who take care of much of their own needs.

Although most domestic cats enjoy companionship with their humans, they can typically be left to their own devices for many hours at a time without issue. Although some cats and cat breeds are more “needy” in this area, overall they are no where as needy as dogs.

Cats sleep on and off throughout the day and night, taking varying degrees of cat naps – where do you think the name came from?! Their total sleep time takes up many hours of the day, sometimes 18 or more!

Since they use a litter box, there is no getting up at 6:00 AM, and no rushing home to “walk the cat” after work.

Feeding time is at your convenience! Many cat owners feed their cats “free choice” dry food. Cats can “graze” throughout the day and night on what’s in the bowl. Or, you can use one of the many automatic feeders on the market. This is especially convenient if you are going to be out of the house for more than a day.

Unlike dogs and some other animals, cats rarely need to be bathed, if at all. As the refrigerator magnet at my house says “the cat may be self cleaning, but the kitchen isn’t!”

2. Cats Have Personality!

One of the things that makes cats good pets is that they are packed with personality. Even a less active cat has a certain spunk “under the hood” that you just don’t find in other pets. Perhaps it’s.


I have found that most cats show a lot of love, but always with their own unique personal style stamped on it. And, of course, they are rarely at a loss to find something to play with. Combine this with their individuality, and you have one great pet!

A cat is the only animal I’ve seen that can be friendly and aloof at the same time. If you’ve ever experienced this, you know what I’m talking about. One minute, you’re in the middle of a love session with your furry friend, and the next, she’s off on her own adventure. It’s as if she could do completely without you. Uh oh, maybe she can?

What do you think so far. do cat’s make good pets? Read on.

3. Cats are Fascinating!

Why else do cats make good pets? Because they are fascinating and fun! A little bit of the wild in your own living room. They are beautiful to look at, and fun to play with.

One of my favorite things to do is just sit back and observe their hunting behavior. And it’s also way too much fun to play chase with them!

I know, other pets can show a great measure of love to their owners, but I believe that cats are unique. Both the quantity and quality of their capacity to love is astounding. They don’t really need you, you know. or so it seems, but they love you anyway.

The outpouring of love that I’ve seen from all three of my cats is amazing. For an animal that is supposedly a loner by nature, they show an incredible amount of genuine desire to be with you. And yes, cats do experience separation anxiety, contrary to what you may have heard. They miss you when you are gone, and they know when you’ve been gone too long.

So, what’s your answer. do cats make good pets? Have I convinced you?

With the convenience of low maintenance, and the charm of great personality, here comes the house cat. With fascinating, wild traits, and an enormous capacity to love, does all that add up to a yes to the question – do cats make good pets?

I think so. Even if you are a dog lover, you have to admit it. You may not believe, as I do, that cats make the best pets, but you cannot deny that cats do make good pets.

As any cat-lover will testify, felines can make the most loving and adorable pets. But, taking a look at this collection of evil-looking images, we think someone forgot to tell these creatures that fact! It’s true that cats like to be their own bosses and that people say you can never truly own a cat. However, some of these kitties look like they’re intent on world domination! If you’ve ever questioned what your cute little Tiddles does when you’re not around, he could secretly be enjoying being the embodiment of evil like these cats below. Take a look!

“The whole world will be mine!”

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What a pretty kitty in her new pink collar.

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Sitting at the gateway to hell…or maybe it’s just a garden uplight.

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My, what a beautiful smile.

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He just wants a hug.

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We wonder if this cat is as terrified of his shadow as we are.

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“Go to sleep.”

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Staring into the pits of hell.

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“I’m always watching you.”

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The aptly named Smeowg.

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This guy could star in a remake of Pet Sematary!

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Warming his paws or summoning Satan? You decide.

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He may look harmless but his reflection says otherwise.

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Opening the portal.

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Okay, so we’ve figured out that cats only have one master, themselves! You might think your little pet is all sweetness and light, without an evil bone in his body. What’s worrying us though is that these guys look set on rising up and creating a new world order of fantastic and terrifying felines. Being the dominant species on earth, perhaps we humans have had it too good for too long. If you’re worried about your cat’s propensity to evil, it’s time to take action. A few slices of fish and a saucer of milk should hopefully placate him…for a while.

You will obey.

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Gathering strength from the flames.

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“We’re not letting you leave without a fight (for your soul.)”

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Evil photobombing feline.

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“I will haunt your dreams.”

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“You’re not having any of MY food, human!”

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Quick! Call the exorcist!

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Just casually walking away from the carnage.

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He’s deep in a trance summoning a demon.

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An evil cat or a kitty covered in flour?

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He’s very into his candle magic.

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A face only a mother could love.

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Surely this should be impossible!

Surprisingly while the Bible does give references to dogs, you will not find anything about cats in the Bible. I’m sorry cat lovers. However, God showed me something amazing the other day. All cats belong to the same feline family.

Are cats evil

There are 36 or 37 species of cats. Lions and cats are in the same family. We must learn to see the gospel or Jesus everywhere in life.

Compared to dogs we usually think of cats as inferior in terms of strength, intelligence, usefulness, etc.

Sadly, there are some people who don’t see the great value in a cat. In a sense, cats can be unwanted and rejected by some in society. Don’t you see Christ? Cats are seen as timid small animals.

Who would think that these animals would be in the same family as a lion? Lions are called the “King of Beasts” or the “King of the Jungle.”

They are at the top of the food chain. They are known for their boldness, majestic appearance, power, and strength. Cats are in the same family as the “King of Beasts.”

Rahab is a great-grandmother of Jesus. Before Rahab was saved she was a prostitute. On top of being a harlot she was a Canaanite. Canaanites were enemies of Israel. Harlots are rejected by society.

They are treated as inferior to others. Don’t you see the loving humility of God? Only God in His humility would present the Savior of the world through a harlot. Who would think that Jesus the King of the world would be in the same family as Rahab? Who would think that a lion the “King of Beasts” would be in the same family as a cat?

I find that incredible. Although there is not much we can say about cats, allow this to inspire you. Look for a picture of Christ everywhere in the world and everywhere in your life.


  • “Time spent with cats is never wasted.”
  • “Never trust a man who doesn’t like cats.”
  • “You’ve cat to be kitten me right meow.”
  • “As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat.”
  • “Cats are like music. It’s foolish to try to explain their worth to those who don’t appreciate them.”

Psalm 73 in the NLT is the only place where you will find the word cat in the Bible.

1. Psalm 73:6-8 They wear pride like a jeweled necklace and clothe themselves with cruelty. These fat cats have everything their hearts could ever wish for ! They scoff and speak only evil; in their pride they seek to crush others.


2. Isaiah 34:14 Wildcats shall meet with hyenas , goat-demons shall call to each other; there too Lilith shall repose, and find a place to rest.

3. Job 4:10 The lion roars and the wildcat snarls , but the teeth of strong lions will be broken.

Lions in the Bible.

4. Judges 14:18 So the men of the city said to him on the seventh day before the sun went down, “What is sweeter than honey? And what is stronger than a lion ?” And he said to them, “If you had not plowed with my heifer, You would not have found out my riddle.”

5. Proverbs 30:29-30 There be three things which go well, yea, four are comely in going: A lion which is strongest among beasts , and turneth not away for any.

6. Zechariah 11:3 Listen to the wail of the shepherds; their rich pastures are destroyed! Listen to the roar of the lions ; the lush thicket of the Jordan is ruined!

7. Jeremiah 2:15 Lions have roared ; they have growled at him. They have laid waste his land; his towns are burned and deserted.

8. Hebrews 11:33-34 By faith these people overthrew kingdoms, ruled with justice, and received what God had promised them. They shut the mouths of lions , quenched the fury of the flames, and escaped the edge of the sword; whose weakness was turned to strength; and who became powerful in battle and routed foreign armies.


9. Habakkuk 1:8 Their horses are swifter than leopards , fiercer than wolves at dusk. Their cavalry gallops headlong; their horsemen come from afar. They fly like an eagle swooping to devour.

10. Song of Solomon 4:8 Come with me from Lebanon, my bride, come with me from Lebanon. Descend from the crest of Amana, from the top of Senir, the summit of Hermon, from the lions’ dens and the mountain haunts of leopards .

11. Isaiah 11:6 The wolf will live with the lamb, the leopard will lie down with the goat , the calf and the lion and the yearling together; and a little child will lead them.

God cares about all animals. He loves house pets and provides for them often through us.

13. Psalm 104:20-24 You bring darkness, and it becomes night, when all the forest animals stir. The young lions roar for their prey and seek their food from God . The sun rises; they go back and lie down in their dens. Man goes out to his work and to his labor until evening. How countless are Your works, Lord! In wisdom You have made them all; the earth is full of Your creatures.

14. Psalm 145:14-18 The Lord holds up all who fall. He raises up all who are brought down. The eyes of all look to You. And You give them their food at the right time . You open Your hand and fill the desire of every living thing. The Lord is right and good in all His ways, and kind in all His works. The Lord is near to all who call on Him, to all who call on Him in truth.

15. Psalm 50:10-12 Indeed, every animal of the forest is mine , even the cattle on a thousand hills. I know all the birds in the mountains; indeed, everything that moves in the field is mine. “If I were hungry, I would not tell you; for the world is mine along with everything in it.”

Orange cats typically appear to have the devil in them and are frequently provoking or getting into mischief. Celtic names: Because orange hair is associated with Celts, particularly the Irish, Flynn or Rory are excellent names for an orange cat.

The color orange is a symbol of warning. If you see an orange cat he or she is telling you that they are not willing to be ignored if they see someone approaching. However, this does not mean that all orange cats are dangerous. Some cats use their color as a form of camouflage by looking like an object in their environment – in this case, they are not evil.

There are two main types of cats: domestic and wild. Domestic cats live inside homes with people, and they usually enjoy some type of food and water daily. They may also get attention from their owners or be allowed to roam free at times. Wildcats are animals that live in the outdoors and don’t belong to anyone. They make their own decisions about how to live their lives, and people sometimes take advantage of this by hunting them for their fur or meat.

Although both domestic and wildcats can be orange, this doesn’t mean that they are necessarily evil. It’s just one of many possible colors a cat can come in. There are also white, black, brown, and tabby cats.

Table of Contents

  1. Are orange cats evil?
  2. Do ginger cats have more health problems?
  3. Are orange cats more talkative?
  4. Why are orange male cats so friendly?

Do ginger cats have more health problems?

Orange cats (also known as ginger or marmalade) are not a particular breed, but rather a color that may be seen in a variety of purebreds and mixed breeds. They have greater health problems than those of other hues, including allergies, dental illness, and heart disease. Ginger cats are also more likely to die before age 5. The reason for this is still unknown. Maybe it’s related to the amount of orange pigment they produce under the skin or in their hair and eyes. Maybe it has something to do with the activity level of these cats.

The most common form of cancer in cats is also one of the most treatable if found early: feline leukemia. This disease usually does not affect cats’ lives expectancy, but it can be fatal if left untreated. It’s important to have your cat checked by a veterinarian at least once per year, and especially if he shows any signs of being ill or injured. Cats with leukemia often have trouble keeping weight on due to low immune systems so they may appear thin even though they’re actually gaining weight. Other cancers that may be diagnosed using blood tests or x-rays include lymphoma, sarcoma, and carcinomas. While many types of cancer are based on how a cat’s body reacts to the growth of tumors, some forms of cancer are due to mutations from exposure to chemicals or other substances.

Are orange cats more talkative?

Orange tabbies are known to be quite talkative. According to National Geographic, a cat’s personality might be linked to the color of its fur. The most gregarious cats were discovered to be orange cats. They both purr and meow a lot and are always looking for their favorite person. Perhaps that is why they have been nicknamed “cat people.”

The next time you’re at the pet store look at the various colors of cats. You may find that some are not as affectionate as others. However, all cats need love and attention, especially the more active ones such as blue cats, black cats, and white cats.

Why are orange male cats so friendly?

Orange-tabby cats are loving because they are more sociable than other cats. As a result, the orange cat’s reputation for being cuddly, sociable, and loving is almost entirely self-fulfilling. People are drawn to orangey-colored clothing, therefore their hues give them away. Even though these cats would like nothing more than to be left alone, it isn’t because they are antisocial; it’s just that they are not aloof like some other cats. They want friends, but they will also accept being by themselves.


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I’ve heard it said several times that Siamese cats are mean. To be absolutely honest, I’ve never encountered a “mean” Siamese, but too many people have said this to me for it to be an urban legend. My boss once dated a lady who owned a Siamese cat, apparently, every time he went go get close to this lady, the cat would attack him. LOL.

I have two Siamese a Modern Siamese & a Traditional Siamese. The Modern Siamese is definitely very uptight. He (Obee) is an absolute mummy’s boy, and in the old days, when he used to sleep in our bedroom with me (we have had the bedroom taken over by a Burmese), when my husband would come into bed (which was always after me), my boy would growl & hiss at him. I must say though, not once in his life has he ever bitten a human. he’s bitten the other cats plenty of times though.

I have another cat who is very special to me called Nicholas. If I want my Siamese to come, I call out Nicholas’s name, Obee is absolutely convinced that if I’m calling out Nicholas’s name he’s about to get something really special, so Obee had better come in his place. LOL.

My Traditional Siamese doesn’t have any particularly Siamesey traits. She doesn’t talk much, and when she does, it’s quite a sweet meow, not like Obee, who has that typical deep Meezer meow. She’s not jealous either.

Without pidgeon holeing a breed too much because I realise that you can’t say all cats of a certain breed are alike, but this is speaking from my own personal experience & from those I know who also have Meezers. I think one thing with Siamese cats is that they tend to bond with one person. Our Burmese cats love EVERYBODY. They would go off & live with the first person who picked them up, and not take a backward glance at us. They adore my husband, but they adore everybody else too. Obee will tolerate other people, but I’m his number one human, and I honestly don’t think anybody else could replace me. He just took to me from day one, and it’s been like that ever since. This frustrates my husband no end. He tries so hard to win Obee over, but never has any luck. Obee tolerates my husband at best.

When I got Obee, I was really shocked by just how different he was to other cats. Two friends who owned & bred Siamese found it incredibly amusing to witness my learning curve. I’d say “I think there’s something wrong with Obee, I caught him doing such & such today”. they’d just laugh & say “oh, did we forget to tell you that Siamese cats like to do that?” My friend who has a Siamese thought he was the most insane cat on the planet, until she met Obee. and he has a lot of similar traits to her cat. I think she was relieved to see that it wasn’t just her cat who acted this way.

That’s why I love Siamese, they’re unique. Don’t get me wrong, I love my moggies & my Burmese too, but my Siamese boy is just that little bit different to the rest. I had a friend stay with me for a couple of weeks, she’d never seen a Siamese cat before. One day she turned to me & said “it’s like living with a child being around Obee”. I’m not sure if she meant that in a good way or not. LOL. There are times when I have to put him outside in the enclosure because he winds me up so much that I actually worry about losing control with him. He is my most annoying cat, that’s for sure. but he’s also my special boy. The other cats don’t seem to push my buttons the way he does.

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As early as the 13th century, the Catholic Church linked cats to Satan.

Among superstitions, one of the oldest and most enduring is that crossing paths with a black cat will bring on bad luck. The dark-colored felines have also been folded into modern Halloween symbols, giving them the (unearned) reputation of being spooky.

But how and where did the association between black cats and bad luck begin? Here’s what is known about the connection between Halloween and black cats, including the lasting impact of this superstition that remains today.

Origins of Black Cat Superstitions

The connections between humans and cats can be traced back to some of the world’s earliest civilizations, most notably, ancient Egypt, where cats were considered divine symbols. Cats also made an appearance in Greek mythology, specifically Hecate, goddess of magic, sorcery, the moon and witchcraft, was described as having a cat as both a pet and a familiar (a supernatural creature that assists a witch, according to European folklore).

Written records link black cats to the occult as far back as the 13th century when an official church document called “Vox in Rama” was issued by Pope Gregory IX on June 13, 1233. “In it, black cats were declared an incarnation of Satan,” says Layla Morgan Wilde, author of Black Cats Tell: True Tales And Inspiring Images. “The decree marked the beginning of the inquisition and church-sanctioned heretic and/or witch hunts. Initially it was designed to squash the growing cult of Luciferians in Germany, but quickly spread across Europe.”

Cats and Witches Seen as Threats to Early Christian Church

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A Halloween postcard from the early 1900s featuring a witch, a black cat and spirits.

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In addition to their early association with Satan, cats also became inextricably linked to witches in medieval Europe. According to Cerridwen Fallingstar, Wiccan priestess and author of Broth from the Cauldron: A Wisdom Journey through Everyday Magic, witches were the pre-Christian pagan practitioners of Europe.

Although the early Christian church in Europe coexisted with witches, as the church gained power, she says that they saw witches as their direct competition in gaining the hearts and minds of the people. That’s when the church began hunting, persecuting, torturing and killing witches in vast numbers, she explains.

“Witches honored the natural world, having deep respect for plants and animals,” says Fallingstar. “Affection between human and animal therefore began to be seen as ‘diabolical’, or devilish, and the old lady with her cats became seen as suspect.”

But it wasn’t only the connection they fabricated between witches, cats, and the devil that the early Christians feared: they also saw them both as threats. “Cats, like the women accused of witchcraft, tend to exhibit a healthy disrespect of authority,” she notes. “They don’t fawn, like dogs, upon even the unworthy. In the church, neither independent women, nor independent animals, were to be tolerated.”

Cats…they’re always up to something. Whether it’s sneaking around at weird times of the night or climbing in strange corners of the house, we are almost always confused by our kitties’ agendas. Sometimes, our cats even manage to fully disappear and then pop up out of nowhere when they’re hungry. It’s got us asking – why are our cats so sneaky?

Well, our felines are still fierce little predators. And, their history and evolution can tell us a little bit about what makes them so sly…

Let’s get down to it – why are cats so sneaky?

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They’re natural-born hunters

Our cats were once wild animals (if you couldn’t tell already.) They used to hunt for their meals and do everything to survive. This makes our cats innate predators, something you can see in our cat’s physical nature.

Cats are built for hunting, with powerful senses, impressive jumping capabilities, and unreal reflexes. Of course, the nature of each cat depends on its breed. But, every cat has a wild cat lineage.

Cats also have most of the instincts still of their wild ancestors. They have an innate drive to be on the prowl, sneaking around so that their prey doesn’t see them. This goes for whether your cat is chasing a mouse or trying to steal its toy back.

If you notice your cat sneaking around, it may be trying to spot and catch something. Cats have pretty remarkable hearing capabilities, using them to discover what they can catch just around the corner.

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But, they’re also prey…

Cats may be hunters at heart, but that doesn’t make them at the top of the food chain. Domesticated cats are small animals (or else, they wouldn’t be as easily domesticated!) This means there are others who lurk above them in the food chain, who might just find them an appetizing snack…

There are several types of animals that hunt cats. Larger animals like wolves and coyotes are known to hunt cats. Predatory birds, like owls, eagles, and hawks, also prey on cats. If you live in an environment with these animals, you should take your cat’s sneaky behavior as a sign and make sure your cat stays protected.

Cats know this through their hunting genes. So, whenever a cat may feel threatened, it may begin to behave more sneakily. As we know, cats are wickedly intelligent and love to outsmart others in any situation. To make sure they’re safe, many cats may act very sneaky in order to assure that they won’t get attacked even if no real danger is present.

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Adapting to domestication

Cats, as you can imagine, changed a little bit as they adapted to domesticated life. Although the domestication of cats began thousands of years ago, cats still respond to that domestication in a lot of fascinating ways. One way you may notice it is by just how sly your cat is.

When cats became domesticated, they still felt all their inclinations as hunters. But, what changed is that they no longer needed to hunt for survival. Mamma cats stopped teaching their young to find food to nourish themselves. But, this left cats with inherent traits of chasing prey, without any use for it.

Have you ever wondered why your cat may love to chase anything, even mice, but not eat it? Or maybe, they bring it back to you, dropping it off at your doorstep? Well, this is the way your cat is showing you that she can support her family, despite them being humans who don’t usually eat mice.

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Cats are protective of their alone time

If you notice your cat acting sneaky, it may also be a way of self-preservation. Cats are very independent animals. They love their alone time and will do anything to protect it.

If there’s one thing for sure, cats like to be aware of their surroundings. Your cat’s sneaky behavior may not be sneaky at all. It may just be a way for your cat to take time to itself, but cautiously. They want to be alone, while not losing awareness of what’s going on around them. This goes back to their wild ancestors. Cats are survivors – they’re actively predators and prey!

No matter how sneaky your cat is, don’t take it as an offense – it all has to do with a cat’s nature! They aren’t trying to hide things from you. Cats just march at the beat of their own drum, one that is one part hunter and one part domesticated kitty.

Felines are very intuitive animals. This all has to do with their incredible senses. It is crazy how cats can be aware of everything around them, even in complete darkness. It’s no wonder that cats have long been associated with things of a spiritual nature. Sometimes, our cats can freak us out with their odd behavior, like staring at nothing for minutes. It begs us to wonder, are they really staring at nothing? Or, maybe, cats sense evil spirits?

It’s a question that crosses a lot of cat owners’ minds. Whether it’s from watching too many scary movies or not, it is pretty insane how our cats seem to observe things we can’t see ourselves (especially in the middle of the night…) So, let’s cut to the chase… can cats sense evil spirits?

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The Spiritual History of Cats

For centuries, cats have been tied to supernatural things. These go beyond just black cats and All Hallows Eve.

Several cultures and religions considered cats as symbols of fascinating otherworldly meanings. As we know, Egyptians loved cats. They saw them as living representations of gods, particularly the almighty Sun god, Atum-Ra. Egypt is also where the belief that cats have 9 lives started. It was said that Atum-Ra birthed 8 gods. Then, he would reveal himself as the ninth God in the form of a cat when visiting the underworld.

Meanwhile, further North, the Celtics regarded cats as esteemed spiritual beings. They saw cats as guardians of the Otherworld. They believed that cats safeguarded all the Otherworld’s secrets, an intriguing way to explain the independence and mysterious nature of cats.

In the Americas, cats were associated with witchcraft. Some Native American tribes believed cats were powerful creatures who could place curses on humans. But, other tribes thought a little differently. The Zuni people saw cats are healing animals who were also very good luck. Either way, Native Americans viewed cats as animals with supernatural powers.

So Can Cats See Ghosts or Spirits?

So, we know that there was a lot of myth, folklore, and tales about cats and their mystical power in the past. But, can cats really see ghosts or evil spirits?

If you’re asking yourself this, you’re not alone. In fact, many people observe their cats doing some bizarre things that make them wonder – is there a ghost in my house? These bizarre things could be hissing aggressively at thin air, or staring at something intently with their inquisitive eyes, although there doesn’t seem to be anything there.

About 25% of cat owners reported such occurrences, leaving them puzzled and wondering if their cats are seeing ghosts. It is a very real sentiment, especially if you do believe in some sort of afterlife. Many owners report odd behavior from their cats, especially after a loved one passes away. Suddenly, cats seem to stare at areas where this deceased person used to hang out. This could be because cats are confused about the absence of a person or, maybe, they are sensing a spirit. If you agree with the Celtics, you would probably go with the latter.

But, in this case, we aren’t talking about an evil spirit. A loved one who passed wouldn’t be a threat – they would be a welcomed presence. But, what happens if your cat senses something more of threatening nature?

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How Cats Could Sense Evil Spirits

As we know, our cats have killer senses and instincts. They don’t use these just to survive, they also use them to protect us. No matter how independent our cats are, they feel deeply connected to us.

Our cats use their incredible hearing and sense of smell to detect everything around them. This includes what’s going on with us. A shift in our energy and the entire household’s energy affects our cat’s behavior. Of course, a shift in energy could potentially come from evil spirits, which a cat would most likely pick up on instantly.

Cats can respond in a variety of ways. They can be focused on seemingly invisible things, their neck fur may flair, or they could react with jumpy behavior and verbalizations. These reactions are our cat’s ways of controlling the situation. Remember, they are hunters by nature – if they sense a threat, for themselves or their families, they will do what they can to do one thing – protect!

All you need to remember is – have no fear. Whether or not you believe your cat is sensing an evil spirit, know that your cat has your back. Our felines are fierce and ready to defend their homes. So, the next time your cat seems to be engaging with a ghost or spirit, know that your cat is doing its best to keep the balance in your home.

Cats are truly marvelous creatures. They are much more magical than most people are aware of.

Not only do cats protect our homes from mice and anything in the form of a laser pointer, they also ward off evil spirits and block out negative energies. Cats are known for being able to sense negative energies and being able to correct them. Most people seem to feel a sense of peace when a happy kitty in is their presence.

Cats are aware of our auras and can sense when our energies are shifting. They can enter our auras and correct them. Cats, as strange as it may sound, are able to provide us with a healing therapy. Spiritually having a feline friend will help keep you at the top of your game. Even in Buddhist teachings a cat often acts as a temporary resting place for the soul of a highly spiritual person.

Cats are able to make us aware that there is a spirit or something of that sort in our homes. If you ever notice your cat hissing at nothing it is because they are sensing something you are unable to. They are also able to share their vibrations with us when they show affection. Have you ever been loving on a cat and noticed an instant feeling of relaxation come over you? That cat was sharing its vibrations.

While some people think all cats are lazy, they are lazy for good reason. When your cat is sleeping it is releasing all of the negative energies it has absorbed from you. If your cat sleeps more than anything else it is because he or she is doing you a lot more favors than you think. To be completely honest it is good to have more than one cat so that they can share the burden.

Some people even go so far as to believe that angels appear as cats. Peter Kreeft wrote in his book “Angels and (Demons): What Do We Really Know About Them?” that he thought his guardian angel inhabited the body of his pet cat when he was feeling down. He said there was something special about his cat and that it influenced him in many ways.

That being said, you don’t have to be looking at a cat in its spirit form to know it is special. You can gain inspiration from being around any cat. Now I know there are some anti-cat people out there who will claim that there is nothing magical about felines but I beg to differ. There is definitely something there. Also, before you start thinking I am a crazy cat person, I actually still prefer dogs either way.

By Matt Morrison

October 27, 2018 / 7:00 AM / CBS News

Watch the CBSN Originals documentary, “Burmese Python Invasion: Fighting Invasive Species,” in the video player above.

Invasive species can be ruthless. Surprisingly, they can also be adorable.

When non-native plants, animals, and pathogens are introduced into a favorable new environment, they can sweep through the ecosystem and threaten the survival of the native flora and fauna. They also wreak havoc on the economy. From Burmese python to Asian carp, efforts to eradicate or control invasive species cost U.S. taxpayers an estimated $138 billion per year.

But in one notable case, humans have been happy to make an invasive species feel at home. We’re talking about cats: one of the most prolific invasive species in history.

The National Wildlife Federation defines invasive species as any kind of living organism — an animal, plant, seeds, even bacteria or fungus — that is not native to an ecosystem and causes harm. It turns out that domesticated cats have no native range. Originally bred from wild cats and introduced to North America by European colonists, domesticated cats are now listed as one of the top 100 invasive species worldwide by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.

Are cats evilCats are responsible for the extinction of a number of animal species around the world, including 33 bird species. Wassilios Aswestopoulos/ NurPhoto via Getty Images

Domestic cats are directly responsible for the extinction of a number of animal species around the world, including 33 bird species. In the U.S., the popular pet is estimated to kill over 1 billion birds and over 6 billion other small animals every year. While the biggest threat are currently posed by feral cats — domesticated breeds that don’t have an owner and aren’t socialized to humans — even common house cats that are well cared for and fed will hunt and kill if let outside.

Cats also transmit diseases. In 2014, of the domestic animals that contracted rabies, which can then be spread to the local wildlife and humans, roughly 60 percent of them were cats.

Like nearly all invasive species, cats also have rapid rates of reproduction. Females can start breeding at just 6 months old and can breed every 4 months, producing up to 12 kittens every year. In just the last 40 years, the number of domestic cats across America has tripled. While it’s difficult to get an accurate count of feral cats, estimates suggest that today there are at least 30 million of them roaming our streets and neighborhoods. An additional 40 million pet cats have regular access to the outdoors.

There are some simple and effective solutions to help minimize the harm domesticated cats pose to local wildlife. Spaying or neutering the pets helps keep the cat population under control. Keeping cats indoors will prevent them from preying on birds and other small animals in the area.

Ironically, one of the hazards some cats face in the wild comes from another invasive species. In Florida, non-native Burmese pythons, bred as exotic pets, got loose and multiplied in the Everglades; their population grew rapidly in the wake of Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Today, they number in the tens or even hundreds of thousands, and Burmese pythons are encroaching into suburban areas — where domesticated cats make easy prey.

Are cats evil

Generally, humans live and view life from the following three standpoints. Black and white, Right and Wrong and Good and Evil. We also extend this same view to animals. For the purpose of this write-up, cats in particular.

Whenever we hold discussions on evil, cats are among the animals we mostly talk about. But why? Because cats by nature are nocturnal, elusive and independent. We have always associated them with dark and mysterious things. The question is – are cats evil?

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Behaviors In The Cat That Could Suggest Evil

The following are some of the behaviors that are commonplace in our feline friends that could suggest they have an evil nature.

Getting Rid Of Human ‘Stench’

Have you observed that your cat constantly licks and grooms herself after you touch her?
It is not probably because she loves to lick and groom herself. It is plainly to get rid of your supposed human stench.

A cat, when she tugs on her furs, stimulates glands that ooze its own scent. So anytime you touch her, and she starts licking and grooming her furs, she is just getting rid of your stench to smell more like itself. Humans consider this as being evil.

Imitating Snakes To Intimidate You

You may have noticed that your cat purrs and rolls its ears down. She may also bare her fangs, squint her slivered eyes and hiss. This is only mimicking a naturally feared animal, which most predators significantly avoided – THE SNAKE.

So, it is purely intentional when a cat imitates the snake to defend itself from predators or larger cats. This they do when attacked. When a cat purrs at you because you annoyed her, it is not just showing disapproval. It is actually telling you she can kill you by pretending to be a snake.

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Rubbing Against You To Declare Ownership

The mood of a cat by nature is usually hard to read. Generally, we believe cats purr and rub against their owners to show affection. But sometimes, it has nothing to do with friendships.

This is because when it rubs against you, it leaves a unique scent on you. The smell is a mark telling other animals that she has taken over you. So rubbing against you is just a way of claiming you as her property.

Meowing To Imitate A Human Baby

Studies have shown that the meowing of a cat is closely similar to the cry of a human baby. This is not considered to be a coincidence, but evil on the part of a cat.

Some Myths About Cats Dark Nature

Cats Are Likely To Give You Schizophrenia Or Cause A Miscarriage

Toxoplasma Gondii is a parasite sometimes found in the feces of a cat. According to research, an infection of the parasite in humans most commonly results in flu-like symptoms in healthy people. It could also result in schizophrenia. Now if pregnant women contract this parasite, they can pass it on to their fetus, and this could potentially cause a miscarriage.

Since cats like hunting, they can contract this parasite by eating contaminated raw meat or consuming an infected rodent. It is advised you keep your cat indoors and keep its paws away from raw meat. The parasite has a gestation period of about 1-5 days in the cat’s feces. So, changing the litter box daily reduces the risk of infection. However, note that cats are not the only source of infection. People can contract Toxoplasma Gondii infection if they eat undercooked meat.

Contaminated soil is another source of infection. This is why people are advised to wash their fruits and vegetables before consuming them. Also, experts strongly recommend that you wash your hands thoroughly after changing your cat’s litter box. At the very least, you should always use gloves when handling some suspect substances.

Cat Can’t Be Trained

There is a general belief that you cannot train your cats. This implies that their behavior is set in stone and that we cannot change it. This belief has prompted some cat owners to euthanize their feline friends.

As a result, we leave them to live outdoors or in shelters. Contrary to that myth, you can actually train your cats. It only requires more patience from the owners.

Some Myths And Perceptions Of Cats In Ancient Mythology

  • Cats were seen and perceived to be evil. For instance; in Greek mythology and folklore, people associate black cats with the devil, as well as witches, witchcraft, and evil. We are all familiar with the story of the wife of Zeus. As punishment for interfering with her plan to delay the birth of Heracles, she transformed Galinthias, one of her servants, to a black cat. Galinthias later became an attendant of Hecate, the goddess of witchcraft, magic, and death.
  • Also, cats were associated with witches in the middle of the 14th century, during the time of the Black Death. As a result, they were killed en masse.
  • In Europe and the United States, many still consider black cats as bearers of misfortune. But this is not the case in the United Kingdom, where the same is seen as good luck.
  • It is also considered bad luck when a black cat passes in front of a person. But ironically, it is a sign of good tidings when it enters a house or a ship in the United Kingdom.
  • In Africa, Ghana to be precise, people associate black cats with witchcraft.
  • It is also considered bad when you sleep in the same room with a cat. Some people claim that the cat will steal the person’s soul and shorten his life.

Cats In Religious Books

The Israelites were said to be very suspicious of cats, thereby calling them the ‘demon of the desert.’ The Christian era further buttresses the links between demons and cats.

With the coming of Christ, people became weary of the influence of demons. But the said demons did not just disappear, they merely moved into a more receptive host they could find in animals; the Cat. Because cats are nocturnal, elusive and independent by nature, they are linked with dark and mysterious things. Cats are associated with the Moon, Death, and Magic. And as a result, many find it quite easy to link them to demonism and evil powers.

Cats in Movies

Most movies portray cats as a villain. Filmmakers present the cat to the viewing public as either possessed with weird eyes, which is always sometimes depicted by a black or white cat. Even worse, some other movie makers describe the cat as being cruel to rodents.

Generally, movies depict cats as either host of evil or bearers of bad luck. They are often elusive and aloof and when confronted, always deal unprecedented blows on their assailants.


In conclusion, is it the fault of the cat if the owners do not observe hygiene rules when handling them? Is it the fault of the cat, if trainers cannot exercise a little more patience when training them?

Or is it their fault they are naturally nocturnal in nature? Considering the above, should the cat be labeled evil? I guess this will remain an open debate for now.

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  • The animal complaint thread.

    Yesterday began with Bun and the neighbor cat killing one of the baby wild turkeys. Poor mom was running around squawking while the kitties had their evil way with the by then defunct fowl.

    Now she has decided to make a bed of my new computer bag. Presently she is pulling out burrs and spitting about every other one into the bag. And my customers are really impressed with the gray hair stuck to the outside. :uhh:

    Once upon a time, we caught two of our dogs playing tug-of-war with our beloved kitty Einstein. I got there just in time; just before they ripped him in two. :surprised

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  • Hey, at least I don’t eat dead things in the livingroom.

    Well, actually I do. Okay, my fault; bad example.

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  • We have two cats and one dog (a Yorkie), and we keep them inside. We live on a busy street and have seen two many dead animals on the road – including at cat who was killed last year. I heard the car break and the thud, before the car drove off leaving the cat on the road. I went outside to retrieve it.

    The few times our female cat (Misty) got outside, she had to be retrieved from a tree – about 25+ feet up. The first time, I was out of town and my wife had to call a tree service ($120) to get the cat out of the tree. The other two times, I was in town, and I have to climb the tree – a 30 ft spruce tree with lots of branches. Fortunately, Misty came to me and I put her in my shirt while I climbed down.

    Besides the traffic, we have to deal with ticks and the potential for Lyme disease.

    Our cats are good mousers, and occasionally we find a present in the kitchen, living room, dining room or bedroom. The last time, I was awoken by a strange meowing and I thought a cat was going to throw up. Instead, I saw the cat sitting there on the bedroom floor looking at what I thought was a large hairball. Well it was an almost dead mouse – so I removed it to the back yard for the owls or crows to finish off.

    The dog would occasionally catch a chipmunk, but lately they have been much smarter and get out of the way. She never quite gets to the squirrels. We have the dog tethered so she has a diameter of about 24 feet in which she can run around the backyard.

    Ivan – it helps to have cats the same size as the dog(s). It’s a bit more sporting when they are equal size.

    Are cats evil

    In describing evil animals especially in Africa, religion, cultures and traditions are part of the factors that must be considered. Animals that are considered evil by one group of people or a part of a country might be considered quite innocent by another. The driving factor in branding certain animals as evil is pure superstition, myths and legends that had been told from generations to generations. Weird looking animals usually tagged as evil animals are usually considered to have some diabolic or superpowers and anyone associated with it is looked unto as evil or should be expecting evil in no distant time.

    Evil Animals in Africa

    Africa is a continent where you find most people becoming superstitious in their belief system. Africans, in general, believe everything in nature has a spirit and a power. To them, many animals are associated with spirits either good or bad. Thus how they relate to them differ. Snakes (serpents) are believed to be associated with evil especially among the Christian community – probably because of the deception of Adam and Eve in the Holy Bible.

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    In countries like Nigeria, typical examples of evil animals that are associated with evil include the likes of owls and bats and in some cases seeing a pussycat in the night may also be associated with evil. The owl is regarded as evil and is associated with witchcraft following the fact that it only operates in the night. Other animals like the pussycat especially the black ones are also regarded as evil most especially in the coastal countries of West Africa.

    Vultures are another set of birds that that is universally considered as evil. Vultures are scavenging birds of prey. They Specialize in feeding on the carcass of dead animals and humans and are thus considered as a bad omen. In some religion, seeing a vulture in your dream is highly regarded as a nightmare and might lead to a spiritual deliverance session.

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    In ancient Egypt, some animals were said to be evil because they were understood to be followers of the god Seth. In those times, if the animal was unnaturally vicious, they were said to be followers of Seth. Such animals included wild boars, alligators, giraffes, storks and other kinds of birds. Dogs were also branded evil, but only for a certain period of time, after which they then became man’s best friend or they became domesticated. Other animals like the ram or the goat with its horns curling all the way around behind it, was also said to be related somehow to the devil and that the devil bred evil like goats.

    The concept of evil animals also had its strong grip on people’s beliefs especially in the more medieval times when black cats and Panthers were said to be evil due to the numerous accounts of these animals seen with so-called “witches”, when witches were referred to as evil, their pets or “familiars” (guardians through the craft) were then regarded as to be possessed by the devil himself.

    In some part of South Africa, buffaloes are considered both as good and evil. For instance, when you dream of being chased by buffaloes, it means that you will be attacked and destroyed by a strong enemy. That is why the Zulus have a saying; – “He who has dreamt of an angry buffalo that has lost (a battle), wake up and run away”. On the other hand, seeing a buffalo chewing grass in your dream means you are about to meet a powerful friend who will help you out of trouble. Others creatures like bats and spiders are also being regarded as evil especially as seen in some modern books, movies, stories, urban myths and legends, etc.

    Wall geckos also fall into this category. In most West African countries and in the Middle East, People believe that this kind of lizard has some psychic abilities and that it was a reincarnation of an evil spirit that made its victims die from laughter. They are also among the animals that some Christians believe are being used by witches perhaps because most of the geckos are nocturnal, hiding during the day and foraging for insects at night.

    The list of their atrocities is endless.

    CATS ARE, QUITE literally, a strange breed.

    One minute they’re all up in your grill, the next they want nothing to do with you.

    Yep. No middle-ground whatsoever with these guys.

    It’s for that reason that cats have managed to establish themselves as … Well, complete assholes.

    At least with dogs, the love is unconditional. Cats? Nah. Cross them and you’re screwed.

    1. If they can’t eat, nobody can

    Source: Twitter, barstoolsports

    2. They have no regard for your education

    Cats have no care for literacy.

    3. These lads just went straight for each other, proving that cats engage in obscene violence regularly

    Fighting cats pounce at each other in China and fall straight into a DUSTBIN together

    4. This one is literally just lying on a baby

    5. What about when they straight up ruin your food?

    Zero f*cks given.

    6. How is that cats are stronger than man?

    Especially when it comes to a closed door.

    7. This guy got what he deserved


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    8. Look at this waffle-ruiner

    9. And this spaghetti thief


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    10. Cats have no concept of personal space


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    11. Seriously. Even your post isn’t safe.

    12. Cats start being evil the minute they stop being kittens

    13. What is with with their vengeful nature towards toilet paper?

    — ThirstyCat Fountains (@catfountains) July 28, 2017

    14. Not to mention the Mission Impossible shit they get up to

    How’d you get up there?

    15. Deadlines? Good luck making them!

    16. Also, what’s with those judgemental-ass looks they give you?

    Actually, maybe that’s just hunger. Jury’s still out.

    17. And their hatred of shoelaces

    18. They always end up in the most inappropriate places

    19. And show nothing but contempt towards designer handbags

    20. They will impede every effort to clean your gaff

    And half the time, to add insult to injury, it’s them you’re cleaning up after.

    Cats must be stopped, whatever the cost.

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    By Megan Bianco

    Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs is the filmmaker’s return to stop-motion animation since Fantastic Mr. Fox (2008), and it has been getting all kinds of feedback. Feedback about how impressive the animation effects are, feedback over the clever dialogue written for the dogs, feedback on the big names Anderson once again got for his voices, as well as feedback that the indie hitmaker’s portrayal of Japan is possibly problematic.

    There have already been multiple commentaries over the divisive culture choice for the film, so I’m going to probe a completely different theme that comes and goes every so often in cinema: why are cats usually portrayed as evil as opposed to dogs?

    For every Rin-Tin-Tin there is a Lucifer from Cinderella (1950), for every Lassie there’s a Shere Khan, and for every Air Bud a Mr. Bigglesworth from Austin Powers (a direct reference to Ernst Blofeld’s cat in You Only Live Twice (1967)). I remember when I was a kid, there was that silly family comedy Cats & Dogs (2001) in which of course the dogs—voiced by Tobey Maguire and Alec Baldwin—were the good guys and the cats—Sean Hayes and Jon Lovitz—were the villains.

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    The cats in Isle of Dogs aren’t really villainous, but the real antagonists of the film appear to have a bias towards them and own a house cat. But where did this cliché come from? I’ve lived with both cats and dogs throughout my life and have gone through phases where I prefer one species over the other.

    Well, to amusingly quote Harry Plinkett from Red Letter Media: “Cats are f***ing creepy. Dogs can be trained. Cats won’t give you the time of day. In fact the only sort of video you can make with them is something like Jingle Cats. And even then, they just sit there bored and looking at you like you’re an idiot for putting them in a video like this.”

    Plinkett has a point there. I remember reading that the Coen brothers vowed to never work with a cat as a lead animal again after Inside Llewyn Davis (2013) because it was such a hassle. So while I do wish there were more feline protagonists a la Oliver & Company (1988), maybe I’ll just have to sit back and enjoy the companionship of my own, real cat. And let the fictional ones continue supplying the menace.

    Megan Bianco is a Southern California-based movie reviewer and content writer with a degree from California State University Northridge.

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    Are cats evil

    40 Prayer Points Against Evil Cats

    “ Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places. Therefore take up the whole armour of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand”. Ephesians 6:10-13.

    “ As soon as they hear of me, they shall obey me: the strangers shall submit themselves unto me. The strangers shall fade away, and be afraid out of their close places” Psalm 18:44-45.

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    Today, we are looking at the operations of evil cats and the kind of prayer points that will ensure our victory over them. Evil cats are satanic animals used to afflict the children of God. Evil cats are deadly and they thrive more in manipulations. The devil is the master trickster and he knows how to use evil cats to perpetrate evil in the life of unsuspecting believers and unbelievers alike.

    Evil cats can torment both in real life and in the dream, it’s afflictions can be both physical and spiritual. The devil sends the spirit of Manipulation into the normal cats we have in our homes and environments and they begin to carry out devilish works for the devil. Witches can also manifest as evil cats, this is because most witches turn to cats in the dead of the night and either go to the coven for their meetings or go to people’s houses to afflict them with all manner of evil. These evil cats can also spit on someone and the person’s life turns upside down. Their attack can cause depression, insomnia and all kinds of afflictions to the point of death. The devil is very good at this and it’s the main reason why every child of God must be on guard against his gimmicks.

    God is the creator of all things, including man and animals. When He created the world, He gave dominion to man to rule and dominate all the animals on the earth. God also gave man power over every serpent and scorpions and to overcome all the power of the enemies and nothing will by any means hurt us. Jesus said, we should not be afraid of the devil and His works for He has overcome them and in 1john 4:4, we are told that, “ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them(the evil cats): because greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world.” So the believers have been empowered to scatter and destroy the work of evil cats in our lives. By virtue of the power and authority delegated to us by Christ Jesus, we are not permitted to suffer any incursion from the devil and his evil cats because we are overcomers and more than a conqueror. Jesus said, in all these things, ye are more than a conqueror, why? Because the siege of evil cats over our lives is over and we have obtained victory through that which Christ obtained for us and also by our consciousness of it and walking on it.

    Defeating evil cats requires us to walk in righteousness and to be prayerful. The word says, Howbeit this kind goes not away but by prayer and fasting fused with immovable faith in God and His mighty power to save and deliver. Below are the required prayer points to engage with in fasting to dislodge the devil and all his evil cats from their evil activities in our lives. As you begin, that siege will be broken, you shall overcome and walk in the realm of more than a conqueror, in the mighty name of Jesus.

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    Could your cat be evil? Some cats have been known to do extremely terrifying things such as latching on to people’s heads with their claws. Some cats can be very sweet though. rubbing against people`s legs and knitting them. The reason some cats are evil is because of their kitten-hood before you got them something bad might of happen to them. For instance, the owner that had your cat before you might have had 3 year old kids that hung her by the legs or threw her across the room. This quiz is dedicated to Chloe the meanest cat in the world.

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    It’s just “resting cat face.”

    Are cats evil

    When Becky Evans started studying cat-human relationships, she kept hearing, over and over again, about how cats are psychopaths.

    On one hand, anyone who has looked into the curiously blank face of a catloaf knows exactly what that means. But also, exactly what does it mean to apply a human mental diagnosis to felines? We let these clawed creatures into our homes and our beds, but we still have trouble understanding them on anything but our own human terms.

    Evans, a psychology graduate student at the University of Liverpool, recently devised a survey for owners who think that their cats are psychopaths. The survey asks owners to describe the allegedly psychopathic behaviors, and so far they have included bullying other pets, taking over the dog’s bed, and waiting on the kitchen counter to pounce on unsuspecting family members. In short, pretty typical cat behavior.

    These answers get at the tricky semantics of calling a cat a “psychopath” when it is just … a cat. There’s always an implicit comparison when we talk about cats as aloof little jerks, says Mikel Maria Delgado, a postdoctoral researcher on cat behavior at the University of California at Davis. And that comparison is with dogs, which humans have spent thousands more years domesticating and molding in our image.

    “We like things that remind us of us,” Delgado told me. “We like smiling. We like dogs doing what we tell them. We like that they attend to us very quickly. They make a lot of eye contact.”

    Cats, she pointed out, simply don’t have the facial muscles to make the variety of expressions a dog (or human) can. So when we look at a cat staring at us impassively, it looks like a psychopath who cannot feel or show emotion. But that’s just its face. Cats communicate not with facial expressions but through the positions of their ears and tails. Their emotional lives can seem inscrutable—and even nonexistent—until you spend a lot of time getting to know one.

    Dogs, on the other hand, have learned to mimic humans. They do that thing where they pull their mouths back into something resembling a smile. They hang their heads in a way that looks super guilty. Just as humans have shaped the physical appearance of dogs, we’ve bred them to be extremely attuned to human social cues. Dogs that repeatedly raise their brows to make cute puppy faces are more likely to be adopted out of shelters.

    A common charge against cats is that they do not care about their owners as anything more than a source of wet food. In studies of pet-owner relationships, scientists have found that dogs are more “attached” to owners. These studies frequently rely on protocol called the Ainsworth Strange Situation, in which the pet explores an unfamiliar environment alone, with its owner, or with a stranger. Dogs are more at ease with their owners rather than with strangers. Cats can’t seem to care less about the human there.

    Maybe this says something about pet-owner attachment, but Delgado noted that dogs are used to their owners taking them to new places. Cats are territorial, and they might only leave the house to go to the vet, so what looks like indifference to their owners might just be overwhelming anxiety about a new, strange environment. Plus, the Ainsworth Strange Situation was developed by Mary Ainsworth to study parents and infants—another example of us judging cats on human rather than cat terms.

    Also, not all cats. There are terrifying cats, but there are also cats who just want to snuggle all day. Delgado was taking her cat on a walk when I called her. Evans has a lovely ginger tomcat, who definitely is not a psychopath and who definitely was not the inspiration for her latest research.

    The survey, Evans hopes, is just the first step in devising a way to measure psychopathy in cats. She’d like to eventually study cats in their natural habitat—their house—so as not to rely on the word of their owners. The ultimate goal of the research is to devise a test for shelters so they can better match cats with owners. Whether it’s fair to call a cat a psychopath, we naturally do it, and it affects how well new owners and their cats will get along.

    The importance of cats in a home goes way beyond your imagination. Cats are special creatures that can protect your home with their aura. Do you have a cat?


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    Are cats evil

    Cats are magnificent pets that can protect your home with their aura. When your cat rubs against your leg, it not only asks for food but tries to cleanse you from negative energy and give you some of its positive energy.

    These animals can also cleanse the house from any negative energy that resides there even before the cat was in the house. This is especially beneficial if someone left in your house before you or something terrible happened in your home.

    Cats offer protection from evil eyes and curses
    If a curse or evil eyes is what’s plaguing you or your home, your cat can also protect you. Your cat acts much like donning a protective amulet or talisman. Your cat can shield you for the malevolence others throw at you.

    You must hold your cat correctly with full contact for the full power of protection. Pick him/her up. Use your left hand to gently stroke the cat’s neck and your right hand to gently stroke the length of the cat’s tail.

    Are cats evil

    Your cat and your home
    Cats control healing powers, especially when it comes to emotional stressors. Simply lay down with your cat and stroke him/her from head to tail to unload the stress burden you’re carrying around with you.

    Cats as healers
    A cat can also be used as healers. Just stroking a cat can help you get rid of emotional and mental stress. It is believed that stroking a white cat’s tail can help you with vision problems.

    The color of your cat

    The color of the cat is also important when using a cat for some cleansing, healing or other properties.

    Black: Magic-wise, solid black cats are the most versatile. They’re excellent protection against curses and occult powers. They can quickly nullify negative energy that may be living in or around your home and boost positive energy. Owners will find their power of discernment increased.

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    Red (red) cats and cats: The classic witches moon, full of male power, the power of the sun, Yang energy. No matter of the cat s.e.x, the representatives of this color are the magic of wealth, money, focus.

    Blue (gray, smoky gray): Cats of this color bring love, happiness, good luck, as well as emotional stability and sensual peace!

    White: cat-and-sorcerers create lunar magic, have powerful healing powers! Give people a sense of beauty and admiration, relieve stress, give out healing and recharging energy! In America, considered a good omen.

    Are cats evil

    Colorpoint (Siamese), the royal color! Aside from being visually stunning and having eyes that hypnotically calm their owners, these cats are one of the most playful and mischievous breeds. They bring success, longevity, and personal promotion to their owners.

    Calico (Three-colored) – Cat supreme goddess. These are three-colored, usually burnt orange or red, black, and white, cats. They’re adept at protecting your home from all sorts of negative energy as they boost your prosperity and good fortune.

    Two-tone (black-and-white, orange-white, gray and white): According to legend, two-colored cats best Mouser and very friendly. Allow the energy of wisdom, understanding and common sense!

    Are cats evil

    Tortoiseshell: Many have green eyes with burnt orange and black fur. They’re majestic to behold, and most are pure energy since the majority of this breed is born female. Their healing and clairvoyant powers are off the charts.

    Golden, golden brown (like the Abyssinian): Revered temple cat, playful, wise, regal, which bestows grace, helps to master the age-old wisdom, solar magic.

    Tabby (striped): Smiling Cheshire cat, which bestows good luck, light, cheerful attitude to the situation, even the most critical, energizing humor and fun!

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    Wednesday, July 11, 2007

    Cats Are Evil!

    Anyone who has listened to our radio show over a period of time knows how I feel about cats. They’re evil – little pieces of evil – plotting to overthrow mankind. I have worked long and hard trying to convince the general population of this but no one is listening. When the invasion starts and the felines all rise up against us you will remember my warning, but alas, it will be too late.

    Seriously, you cat owners out there (and nobody really ever “owns” a cat), do you know what your so-called pet is doing when you’re not home? Perhaps you’re one of those people who leave their computer on when they go out. How do you know your cat isn’t sending out emails, mobilizing the forces, and taking further instructions from the Grand Poobah of cats? The signs are all there as to what the cats are doing – you’re just not paying attention. You’re more focused on the Taliban and Al-Qaeda, as if they were a match for the Tonkinese and Abyssinians.

    I was reminded of this yet again last Thursday. On the radio program we had on a good friend of the show by the name of Ben Patrick Johnson. Before I get to the cat story, let me tell you a little bit about Ben.

    Ben Patrick Johnson is a very gifted guy. He is a major voice over talent in the United States, plus he hosts a daily online show called Life On The Left Coast. He’s written several novels, his latest being his third entitled One Size Fits All. He lives in the Hollywood Hills, his next door neighbour is Paris Hilton and he’s a gadget freak (for the love of God, don’t ask him about his iPhone!) As if that weren’t enough he’s a fitness enthusiast with model good looks. If he weren’t such a freakin’ likeable guy you’d just want to hate him.

    You’d think a guy like this would not fall prey to the nefarious spell of a little hair-ball producing, furniture scratching, lint inducing creature, but he has a cat named “Annie.” ANNIE! Like that sweet little orphan who doesn’t have eyeballs!

    Well on the show Ben and I were having a civilized conversation when all of a sudden the sound of a cat could be heard in the background (one of the gadgets Ben has is the ability to use ISDN broadcast lines from his home – a job requirement – so you can hear a pin drop, or in this case a cat purr). The cat didn’t speak just once but twice.

    Ben thought it was cute, but I really knew what was going on. CJAD is the number one English AM radio station in Montreal, reaching the Ottawa Valley and parts of three U.S. states, plus we can be heard across the country on Bell Expressvu satellite and around the world on the web. I’m sure Annie was quite aware of this and was taking the opportunity to give commands to felines everywhere at the expense of our powerful broadcast signal and like so many “owners” Ben was totally oblivious to this. CJAD was unwittingly duped into being a sort of feline al jazeera.

    Now, I’m not a pet person at all. I guess this comes from my Caribbean background. Although I was born in Canada my entire immersion through my family and siblings, who were all born in the West Indies, is Caribbean and back in Barbados nobody had any pets. Sure they all had cats and dogs, but they served a purpose. Dogs guarded the house, cats killed the mice. They weren’t part of the family.

    However, I know North American culture is different and people love their pets, but at least a dog will be loving, loyal and obedient. What has a cat ever done for you? Oh, they might let you think you’re in charge, but for the most part they will do what they want, they will disregard your existence and with their disagreeable temperament they will snarl at you just for looking at them the wrong way. They have almost the same personality traits as Dick Cheney and are probably plotting just as much.

    I fear for my friend Ben who does not know that he, like so many who have cats, are merely hostages in their so-called pets’ world. It’s like they’re suffering from Stockholm Syndrome.

    But since these poor souls can’t or won’t watch out for themselves, it’s up to people like me to keep vigilant – to keep an eye out for what lies “apaw.” Like the Minutemen at the Mexican border watching for illegal aliens, I will be focused on the comings and goings of cats – because I am deeply worried for the safety of Ben Patrick Johnson and many others like him. I have to find a way to break the spell.

    Is there any other animal on Earth so surrounded by myth and superstition than one of our most popular pets — the housecat? Simultaneously revered, considered bad luck, considered good luck, feared and beloved, cats are the subject of folklore and stories that go back centuries and continue even today. Why do we harbor so many beliefs about cats? After all, who’s ever heard of a black dog bringing bad luck?

    Cats have always held a mysterious spot in world culture. In ancient Egypt, cats were worshipped as gods. India and China both had cat fertility goddesses — Sastht and Li Chou, respectively. Irish folklore features a big black cat named Iruscan. And the Vikings worshipped Freya, the cat goddess of love and beauty.

    Not all cultures, however, viewed cats quite so lovingly. The Hebrew story of the vampire Lilith tells how she would take the form of a black cat and prey on newborn babies. In the Middle Ages, many believed that cats associated with witches, as many lonely old women fed and cared for strays. Another belief was that witches actually took the form of cats so they could roam the streets incognito.

    The most popular cat superstition is that you’ll have bad luck if a black cat crosses your path. We found an interesting explanation for this one. When Egyptians began worshipping the black cat goddess Bast, Christians became convinced that black cats were demons in disguise, and burned many felines. They believed that if a demon crossed your path, it created a barrier of evil, severing you from God and heaven.

    Other cat superstitions include:

    • One white hair on a black cat is good luck.
    • Kittens born in May have special powers.
    • Black cats protect fishermen at sea.
    • Put a cat in the empty cradle of newlyweds, and a baby will arrive soon.
    • If a cat sneezes three times, someone will catch a cold.
    • Cats have nine lives.
    • Rubbing a cat’s tail on the eyelid will cure a sty.
    • When a cat washes its ears a lot, it will rain.
    • Having a cat in a theater is good luck.
    • If you kill a black cat, you sacrifice your soul to the devil.
    • Cats can suck the breath from sleeping children.

    It stands to reason that these superstitions originated through a combination of so many ancient rituals, worshipping and demonizing of cats. But why do we believe and carry on these superstitions in the first place? Cornell University psychology professor Tom Gilovich says it’s just the way our brains work; that we look for cause and effect where none exists [source: Spencer].

    For example, take the legend that cats can steal the breath of children. This superstition likely came from a cat snuggling up with a baby for warmth, or sniffing the baby’s mouth because of the smell of milk. Or, more tragically, perhaps a baby died from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and the family cat happened to be in the room.

    Whether or not these superstitions have any truth to them, we bet your stomach still flutters a bit when a black cat crosses your path.

    A Sooper Crazy girl writes it. Don’t believe it.

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    How often do we associate ‘satyanash‘, ‘oh-my-god’, ‘bad luck’ with a black cat? Let me tell you, even if we belong to the 21st century and are quite up-to-date, still we’ll halt when we see a black cat. Are we not being racist here to that little kitty, shooing it away wherever possible, ignoring it. Well, even I used to do that (aping my elders to be honest).

    Good or Evil? Let’s find out!

    1. Wikipedia says its okay!

    So what’s the story behind the black cats, ever wondered? Are they really evil or they are just plain black in color (ever heard DNA)? I did what I do best in such dilemmas; I Google-d. Yes, I know that sounds nerdy, but when you have the entire source of knowledge in front of you, you just cannot ignore it (at least I can’t). Wikipedia says that, “A black cat is a feline with black fur . It is not a particular breed of cat and may be mixed or a specific breed. The Bombay, known for its sleek black fur, is an example of a black cat. The all-black pigmentation is slightly more prevalent in male cats than female cats. Their high melanin pigment content causes black cats to have yellow (golden) eyes“.

    2. Egyptians’ kitties

    They had a grand history. In Egypt, back to somewhere around 3000 BC, they were so loved and respected, in fact held at an esteemed position, that killing them was a capital crime (actually this was applicable to all the cats; try to harm them, and you’ll regret it forever!). Family cats were often mummified after their death (till death do us part, eh?). And Egyptians even worshiped a cat-headed goddess called Bast or Pasht. A black cat crossing the path of an ancient Egyptian was considered good luck. So how they ended up being so mistreated?

    3. Tales of Lincolnshire

    …Or rather Tails of Lincolnshire. Well, it was during Middle Ages, when people had no other better job to do than to call people witches, that’s when the cats’ status began to drop majorly. They thought that black cats were associated to black magic (what are we playing here? matching-matching?) This belief was taken up a notch when a folklore involving a father and son in Lincolnshire in the 1560′s started making the rounds. The pair were said to have been traveling one moonless night when a black cat crossed their path. Naturally, they threw rocks at the poor creature until the helpless injured creature went into a woman’s house, which at the time was suspected of being a witch. The next day, the father and son came across the same woman and noticed she was limping and bruised and believed that to be more than just a coincidence. From that day on in Lincolnshire, it was thought that witches could turn into black cats at night.

    4. Norse Mythology

    According to Norse mythology, Freya, the goddess of beauty and love, was believed to drive a chariot drawn by a pair of black cats which were also capable of changing into black horses. After loyally serving Freya for 7 years, her cats were rewarded by being turned into witches. After the change, the witches retained their ability to disguise themselves as black cats (people surely take their folklore seriously). And we all know how these stories travel fast! Sure it did.

    5. Bad Luck

    We still associate all the possible horror shows and Halloween with the black cat. Some of the superstitions we all might have come across are: If a black cat crosses your path, bad luck is sure to follow. But the bad luck can be avoided if you spit as soon as you see it; Walking under a ladder after a black cat has walked under it brings double the bad luck; Never turn your back on a black cat, or you will be cursed; To meet a black cat at midnight is to meet the Devil himself. WOAAAH!

    6. Good Luck

    However in some cultures, Black cat is considered a good luck (now I wonder if they had any Egyptians relatives in the past). The Scottish believe that a strange black cat’s arrival to the home signifies prosperity, while Pirates of the 19th century believed if a black cat walks towards you, it’s a sign of bad luck, but it’s good luck if it walks away from you. In the English Midlands, a black cat as a wedding present is thought to bring good luck to the bride! There will always be so many stories for these superstitious beliefs which have been coming down the generations; it’s just up to us, what we choose to believe.

    What I think?

    For me, I had a small incident, it was the first working day of the job just taken (yes, my heartbeat was twice the rate) and boom! I saw this black cat (see the photo) staring straight into my eye. I can’t deny how cute it was, but still I had second thoughts of how my day will end. And let me assure you, it was among the good days. The cat had nothing to do with that day. And I still come across that cat often, though we still don’t have anything between us, we just stare into each other’s eye and meow at each other and that’s all.

    After reading these various black cat superstitions you can decide for yourself (I have decided for myself, I am still gonna meow at them). Do black cats bring good fortune or evil? Well, that might also depend on whether or not you’re allergic to them.

    Are cats evil

    The UK’s 10 million cats have had it rough of late, drawing harsh criticism because of their bloodlust and habit of viewing the nation’s gardens as their own personal toilets.

    Though the animals are the UK’s favourite pets, British gardeners have struck back by crowning the cat as one of the most unwelcome visitors to their plots – voting them only slightly more popular than rats in a new poll.

    The Mammal Society – which conducted the survey – says cats cut a swathe through the nation’s wildlife, estimating that some 300 million animals meet their maker under a cat’s paw every year.

    Predatory instincts

    Out on the prowl, the feline taste for blood appears insatiable, with few British animals off the menu, as cat owner John Etherington testifies.

    “Our cuddly, domesticated Siamese tom used to bring home wood pigeons, small birds, adult squirrels, rats, mice, voles, shrews, slow-worms and young rabbits. We watched him chase off foxes. He demolished birds’ nests, killed butterflies and many other invertebrates. All these creatures were tortured to death.”

    Are cats evil

    “Cats are solitary predatory hunters. People ask why they kill when they are clearly well-fed – but a cat’s motivation to hunt is quite separate from its desire to satisfy hunger.”

    Even with a full stomach, a cat cannot resist the stimuli of prey passing nearby, says Ms Heath.

    “It doesn’t make sense for a cat to wait until it’s hungry to catch food – there may be none around then. Better to hunt when there’s the opportunity and hide the food away.”

    Saved by the bell?

    Owners who have resorted to collar bells to warn prey may have underestimated feline guile.

    “Some cats have learned to hold their heads to minimise noise coming from the bells around their necks. Perhaps we need to admire this skill, rather than get paranoid about it.”

    We haven’t always been so upset by such killing instincts. Simon, ship’s cat of HMS Amethyst, became the only moggy to win the Dickin Medal – the animal Victoria Cross – for his war on rats.

    Are cats evil

    Today, our cities have their own rat problem, with an estimated 70 million of the vermin roaming the sewers and streets.

    Even Buckingham Palace has suffered a rodent invasion, and there’s not much a corgi can do about that.

    Cats have often suffered in comparison to man’s best friend, the dog. Labour grandee Roy Hattersley denounced cats as “evil” when the Mammal Society first released figures about the number of wild animals killed by cats.

    Mr Hattersley’s own dog, Buster – who himself famously killed a goose in a royal park – is “an avenging angel” for attacking these “sleek assassins”.

    Dogs value the company of humans, cats merely take advantage of our good nature, goes the argument.

    The cat’s solitary nature is at the root of this, says Ms Heath. “Cats can enjoy social interaction, but don’t have a need for it, as dogs do. This makes them look selfish.”

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    “Dogs learn to attack rather than retreat. Because flight is their first defence strategy, cats tend to run away rather than attack humans,” says Ms Heath.

    Though the ancient Egyptians revered the cat, it has suffered at the hands of humans ever since.

    The animal’s supposed links to witchcraft and the occult led several medieval popes to order bloody retribution against the “familiars”.

    Even the English language is stacked against the moggy. The spiteful are dubbed “catty”. A raucous cry is a “caterwaul”. At work, a greedy, lazy boss is a “fat cat”.

    But, to be fair, we can’t hate cats that much. A recent report found our generosity has caused one in four of the creatures to become clinically obese.

    By Higher Perspective — Written on Jan 10, 2022

    Are cats evil

    Cats may be famous on the internet for being funny and adorable, but there may be a deeper reason why we feel an inordinate fondness for felines.

    What if cats serve not only as objects of our affection but also as protectors of our home?

    Guard dogs may be effective at keeping away unwanted intruders, but cats fulfill a far more important purpose of protecting the home from a different kind of uninvited house guest.

    Cats and Negative Energy

    Recall a time when you noticed your cat staring tensely towards a seemingly empty space or spending a suspicious amount of time around one particular spot in the house.

    It’s likely that your cat is sensitive to a concentrated amount of negative energy and is attempting to protect you and your home from possible infiltration by evil spirits and ghosts.

    This is because cats bear a uniquely powerful aura, also known as an astral force, that works to repel negative energy.

    It is possible that this negative energy remains left over from some traumatic experience in the past before you came to live in the home, or the entity could come from outside the home and try to force its way in.

    The cat serves as a valuable line of defense for you and your loved ones by attempting to trap the evil spirit in its powerful energy field and lead it out of the house.

    Be sure not to disturb your cat if you notice that it is purposefully wandering around your house.

    Cats are skilled at discerning the intentions of astral entities and could be following some source of negative energy in the attempt to ambush it and remove it from your immediate environment if it senses a threatening aura.

    Russians used to allow a cat to enter a house first before they moved in due to its extraordinarily strong aura.

    In that way, the cat could take immediate action in warding away any excess negative energy left behind from previous inhabitants while also providing powerful positive energy if the house was new or had merely neutral energy.

    Ways to Remove Heavy Negative Energy

    There are ways that you can assist your cat in removing evil spirits and ghosts from your home.

    In the case that your cat takes interest in a certain spot in the house, you can read a prayer and perform a cleansing ritual of your choice.

    Alternatively, you can burn some white sage at the spot to eliminate any unwanted energy, as the smoke will attach itself to heavy negative energy and convert it back into light energy.

    You can also simply rub fresh white sage leaves between your thumbs and forefingers, as this can also be an effective way to release the plant’s cleansing energy.

    You can notice later if your cat continues to return to that spot with any regularity or if the cleansing ritual succeeded in burning away the negative energy.

    Cat Protection from Curses and Evil Eyes

    Cats also work to protect you and the house from any curses or evil eyes.

    Like talismans and necklaces worn in many cultures around the world to protect the wearer from evil eyes, you must be holding your cat for it to be effective in shielding you from the malevolent thoughts of others.

    The correct way to hold your cat to enjoy the full power of its force field is to use your left hand to gently stroke its neck while simultaneously using your right hand to stroke across its tail.

    This enables you to keep in full contact with the cat and harness the maximum amount of available protective energy.

    Cats can also fulfill an important function for their masters through their healing powers. If you are suffering from serious emotional stress, simply lying down and stroking your cat can go a long way in releasing you from the burden of the stress.

    The Specialties of Cats of Different Colors

    All cats provide the protective healing energies described above, although there is some variation between the benefits they may bestow upon their owners. Read the following description of the specialties of each type of cat and, if in the need of a particular kind of benefit or healing energy, choose the one most suitable for your situation.

    Black Cats

    They provide the most comprehensive magical protection against occult powers and curses.

    These cats are most adept at nullifying powerful negative energy that may be dwelling inside a home.

    Calico Cats

    They combine the benefits of black, white and red cats and provides your home with significant protection from harm.

    These three-colored cats are often associated with good luck and prosperity.

    Blue-Gray Cats

    They exert calming influences of emotional stability and bring joy and love to the lives of their owners.

    The tranquil energy embodied in such cats is often associated with happiness and good luck.

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    Cats aren’t evil, but sometimes they can act rather villainous! If your cat is on the naughty side and you feel like they need a name to reflect this nature, you’ve come to the right place.

    We listed all manner of villainous names that will work well for a cat, whether they’re male or female.

    So, please read on but keep in mind that with great power comes great responsibility, so be sure your cat deserves their new and nefarious name.

    How to Name Your Cat

    Before we begin, let’s go over a few tips on how you can think up a new name for your cat.

    You can begin with your cat’s appearance — their color, patterns, even eye color can all be inspirations for a name. You can also use your cat’s shape and size for a fun name — a chubby cat could be named Slenderman ironically or The Blob not ironically.

    Also, look to your favorite actors, authors, and musicians and characters from movies, books, and TV shows. Movies, in particular, are full of villains!

    Finally, look at your cat’s personality and any quirks for ideas or even consider names from drinks, food, or video games.

    Villainous Female Cat Names

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    Image Credit: TheCats, Shutterstock

    All these women are historically notorious for being criminals. We have pirates, outlaws, and bank robbers here. Maybe your naughty female cat will end up sharing her name with one of these villainesses.

    It’s well known that cats are clever, perhaps even devious creatures, but just how smart are cats?

    According to scientists, it’s not your imagination: Cats are far more intelligent than you may realize and far more stubborn.

    What’s Going on in Her Brain?

    You only have to observe cats for a short time to recognize that they’re highly intelligent beings. Cats have smaller brains compared to dogs, but Dr. Lorie Huston for PetMD explains, “relative brain size isn’t always the best indicator of intelligence. And the cat brain shares some amazing similarities with our own brains.” For example, Huston elaborates, each part of a cat’s brain is compartmentalized, specialized and connected to the others, allowing cats to understand, respond to and even manipulate their surroundings.

    And as noted in Psychology Today by Dr. Berit Brogaard, “cats have more nerve cells in the visual areas of their brain, a part of the cerebral cortex [the area of the brain responsible for decision-making, problem-solving, planning, memory, and language-processing], than humans and most other mammals.” That’s why, for instance, your cat races from one end of the house to the other chasing a speck of dust that you don’t even see. She’s on a mission.

    Are cats evil

    In addition to having top-notch vision, a cat’s memory, both long-term and short-term, is impeccable, which you know if your fur baby gives you the evil-eye when you pack your suitcase. She remembers the last time you left the house with that suitcase you were gone for ages and she isn’t happy about it.

    What Does Science Say?

    Another sign of cat smarts: refusing to participate in research studies in the first place.

    David Grimm writes in Slate that two leading animal researchers with whom he has spoken with about cat intelligence have had great difficulty working with their subjects because cats simply wouldn’t participate in the experiments or didn’t follow instructions. Leading animal researcher Dr. Ádám Miklósi even had to go to cats’ homes to work because the kitties were so uncooperative in his lab. However, the more they learn about cats, the more scientists will be willing to give it a try. It’s just a matter of getting the cats to follow commands, which clearly is very complicated.

    Who’s Smarter? Cats or Dogs?

    So, the age-old question remains: Which animal is smarter, a cat or a dog?

    It depends on who you ask. Dogs have been domesticated far longer than cats, are more “trainable” and are more social creatures, but this doesn’t mean cats aren’t as intelligent as dogs. It’s impossible to know for sure because cats are so tricky to study in the first place.

    Are cats evil

    Dr. Miklósi, who typically studies dogs, discovered that like their canine counterparts, cats have the ability to understand what other animals, including humans, are communicating to them. Dr. Miklósi also determined that cats don’t ask their pet parents for help as much as dogs do, mainly because cats aren’t as “tuned in” to humans as pups are. “They’re surfing other channels on the dial,” says Grimm, “and that’s ultimately what makes them so hard to study. Cats, as any owner knows, are highly intelligent beings. But to science, their minds may forever be a black box.” Isn’t it exactly this mysterious nature of cats that makes the animals so compelling?

    It may take some time before scientists can more specifically answer the question, how smart are cats? What is known is that cats are impatient, they have strong cognitive decision-making skills, and they will walk away from you if they find you boring. In fact, they’re pretty good at taking your ego down a few notches.

    But if a cat loves you, she loves you forever. With a good understanding of your cat’s intelligence, the two of you can form a strong bond for many years to come.

    Want to test your feline friend’s smarts? Take Petcha’s Cat Intelligence Quiz!

    Contributor Bio

    Are cats evil

    Christine O’Brien

    Christine O’Brien is a writer and long-time cat mom. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @brovelliobrien.

    Before you accuse me of clickbait, hear me out. The Black Plague did happen. It’s believed by some that the plague spread, at least in part, via rats. Another belief is that the plague was airborne. It’s also true that there was a pope at the time who was not a fan of cats, who banned them. Let’s see if the math adds up…

    Are cats evil

    This is a cautionary tale to all you cat haters out there. Kitty cats are not everyone’s flavor of pudding, but they serve an important role in many urban areas, especially in the developing nations outside the western world.

    Without them, pests would run wild, and not just rats. Cats are natural hunters. They catch cockroaches, snakes, and scorpions too. You wouldn’t hate that, would you?

    Did Pope Gregory’s comfort with the law cause him to overstep his station as the pope? His condemnation of cats may not be responsible for the spread of black death, but it’s definitely connected to the decline in cat populations at the time, and the proliferation of rat populations.

    Pope Gregory IX

    Are cats evil

    Gregory lived from 1145 to 1241, AD. He was born Ugolino di Conti but took the name Gregory when he became the pope. That was when Ugolino was over 80 years old. Even for modern times, that is not a young age to take on the papal role.

    The cat thing is a footnote in his story. He is mostly known for issuing the Decretales and starting the Papal Inquisition. The Decretals reorganized the whole library of Catholic laws.

    The papal inquisition rained down justice on heretics, the people who spoke out against church canon.

    It was Gregory’s past as an astute lawyer that connected him to his acts of justice within the church. It was his distaste for cats that penned the Vox in Rama.

    That was the first church document condemning black cats as instruments of satan. By Gregory’s decree, there was a target on the head of every black cat.

    Black Death

    Are cats evil

    The Black Death or Black Plague was the original zombie apocalypse. People living during this time lived in constant fear of death.

    Many believed this was the end of the human race, and who could blame them? It was one of the most deadly pandemics in history. By rough estimates, as many as 200 million people died. If you survived, you lost many people you loved.

    This timeline stretched from 1346 to 1353, a little more than a century after Gregory. How then could he have impacted the good people of the 1300’s?

    There are many variables to navigate to make this assertion, but it doesn’t look good for Gregory. For years there was a debate if the Black Death and the Bubonic Plague were the same, adding speculation to the rat spreading theory.

    If the Black Death was airborne, then rats had nothing to do with it, exonerating Gregory. Unfortunately, modern DNA testing allowed us to dig into the causes of death from aging corpses.

    We’ve discovered that the two diseases were one and the same, spread by contact, not the air. But, was it because of cats and rats?

    Black Cats

    Are cats evil

    Some historians have forgiven the rats. Others are less sure. The truth is a little messy.

    There were probably several strains of plague spreading through Europe. It came from was Asia, but it is still believed by many to have traveled on the backs of fleas living on rats. They spread via trade boats.

    The cats play into the picture as they would have normally been instrumental in cutting down the rat populations. Since the reign of Gregory, folks at the time had taken a disliking for cats, especially the black ones.

    We know there was a massive reduction in cat populations at the time because of this, so it’s plausible to make the connection. Fewer cats, more rats, more fleas, and more plague.

    Are cats evil

    Like most diseases, we’re hard pressed to find the bad guy. The truth of the plague variations that wiped out Europe is, they were the results of a perfect storm.

    The people of the time may have felt that this was the end of days, but the wake of the plague was nothing but an opportunity for survivors. Wages rose fast in the absence of labor. Costs of living dropped.

    Eventually, the Italian Renaissance would put this so far in the rearview, all we could think about was frilly collars.

    Are cats evil

    Siamese cats are famous for their excellent behavior, amiable nature, and kind heart. It is one of the primary reasons for their world-renowned fame.

    If you ask a Siamese cat owner about their cat’s temperament, nine out of ten would only praise it for the excellent behavior.

    In hindsight, it looks like a fair statistic. However, if you compare these statistics with the other purebred cats, you will realize that Siamese cats are more aggressive than others.

    It does not mean that Siamese cats are not suitable for your house, or it endangers others in your home.

    If we look at the reasons behind this temperament, you will realize that they aren’t inherently aggressive.

    In this article, we will look at the nature of the Siamese cats and explore the possible reasons behind their aggressive nature.

    Are Siamese Cats Aggressive?

    No, Siamese cats are not inherently aggressive, like many other cats. If you are giving the cat as much attention as it needs, it will not turn aggressive.

    So, it should give you an idea about the primary reasons for their aggressive nature. Jealousy, lack of interaction and playtime, and misunderstanding probably give them an aggressive side along with their loving traits.

    If you are adopting a Siamese cat and taking good care of it, the chances are that you will never get to see this side.

    According to statistics, only one out of ten Siamese cat owners has experienced the attacking side. Whereas, only one out of sixty Persian cat owners have deemed their cats to be aggressive.

    So, Siamese cats are more aggressive in comparison to the other purebred cats. However, it does not mean that they are inherently aggressive.

    Why Are Siamese Cats Aggressive?

    Despite their loving nature, Siamese cats can turn aggressive to their caretakers if they do not take proper care of the cats.

    Before condemning the Siamese cats to be mean or aggressive, we have to understand the reasons for their rare show of aggressive nature.


    Jealousy is one of the most significant reasons behind their aggressive nature. Siamese cats crave for their owner’s attention.

    If they sense that you are not playing with them or taking care of them, they will turn aggressive. Siamese cats want to get your attention at all times, and the loud nature only pertains to that fact.

    Siamese cats are remarkably intelligent breeds, and they know how to demand what they want. The demanding nature of these cats can force them to become aggressive.

    Sometimes, cat owners do not like their overly affectionate nature towards them. If you observe that your little furball is becoming hostile, you have to check whether they demand something.

    Most of the time, the Siamese cat is demanding your love. So, if your attention is all that it wants, you should spend as much time as possible with the cat.

    Presence of Other Cats:

    Siamese cats can be notably possessive of their owner and living areas. They are significantly more dominating than other domesticated cats.

    Siamese cats do not like to tolerate the presence of other cats or dogs in their vicinity most of the time. We can look at this scenario as an extension of the previous reasoning. But they can get along with dogs if introduced properly.

    Aggression towards other pets in the house is natural for them. Siamese cats have a dominating effect on the other cats.

    They love to claim their territory and prey on the fear of the cats that surround them. We can often see that as an aggressive trait.

    However, if we provide pets with equal amounts of love and care, it should not bother the Siamese cat. You can try to maintain a single cat household if you are thinking of adopting a Siamese cat.

    Scratching Need:

    Siamese cats have an indomitable scratching need. If you are not attentive enough to give them opportunities to fulfill this behavior, they can scratch walls or furniture.

    We often look at this behavior as aggression, but we should not. We observe this scratching need in Siamese cats more than most other cats.

    Hence, you have to consider buying a scratching post or a cat tree for your Siamese cats.

    Many cat owners even go to the extent of declawing their cats to remove this problem. However, you cannot declaw your Siamese cats as it makes your cat defenseless.


    Siamese cats are a notably intelligent breed. They know how they can get your attention by being greatly vocal.

    The vocal trait of these cats is different from most other cats. Siamese cats love to be vociferous at all times.

    They will let you know at the slightest of inconvenience. The pitch of the voice also sets them apart from the other cats.

    So, we can often consider this voice as pain or aggression. However, it is a natural trait for Siamese cats.


    Many cat owners deem Siamese cats to be more aggressive than other cats. But now, you should have an idea about the traits of this breed that gives us the view.

    It should be clear that there are several misunderstanding traits of Siamese cats, and we combine them to arrive at a general conclusion.

    Siamese cats are one of the most loving cat breeds that you can have.

    If you are attentive to your cat and make them feel loved, you should not worry about their aggressive nature. Taking away the possible causes of aggression could result in a happy companionship with your Siamese cat.

    Hi There, AJ Oren here. I am the founder of this amazing pet blog & a passionate writer who loves helping pet owners to learn more about their pets through my articles. I am also the content manager of this blog. I have experience in pet training and behavior, sheltering, and currently working for a veterinary clinic.