The Ultimate Playground For Cats and Kittens
1. "In a cat's eye, all things belong to cats."
2. A cat has nine lives. For three he plays, for three he strays, and for the last three he stays.
3. "The dog for the man, the cat for the woman"
4. Beware of the cat that licks from the front but claws from behind. (Old English)
5. A trapped cat becomes a lion. (Old English)
6. "A cat may look at a king."
7. A cat with a straw tail keeps away from fire.
8. Curiosity killed the cat, Satisfaction brought it back!
9. The cat sees through shut lids
10. Dogs remember faces, cats remember places.
11. An old cat laps as much milk as a young.
12. Cats hide their claws.
13. All cats are grey in the dark.
14. He's as honest as the cat when the meat is out of reach.
1. Happy owner, happy cat. Indifferent owner, reclusive cat.
2. "I gave an order to a cat, and the cat gave it to its tail"
3. "When rats infest the Palace a lame cat is better than the swiftest horse."
4. Settling a dispute through the law is like losing a cow for the sake of a cat.
5. A rat who gnaws at a cat's tail invites destruction.
6. My soul feels as disturbed as if a cat were treading my heart.
1. "Beware of people who dislike cats."
2. It's for her own good that the cat purrs.
3. Nature breaks through the eyes of the cat.
4. The three merriest things in the world are a cat's kitten, a goat's kid, and a young widow.
5. Whatever is born of a cat will cat mice.
1. "Happy is the home with at least one cat"
2. Old cats mean young mice.
3. The cat loves fish, but hates wet feet.
1. "Cats, flies and women are ever at their toilets"
2. "Books and cats and fair-haired little girls make the best furnishing for a room"
3. "The cat is nature's Beauty."
4. The dog may be wonderful prose, but only the cat is poetry.
5. All cats are bad in May.
6. Handsome cats and fat dung heaps are the sign of a good farmer.
7. Who cares well for cats will marry as happily as he or she could ever wish.
8. Let sleeping cats lie.
9. Wake not a sleeping cat.
10. A scalded cat dreads even cold water.
11. A bon chat bon rat. (A good cat deserves a good rat.)
1. "The cat who frightens the mice away is as good as the cat who eats them"
2. To live long, eat like a cat, drink like a dog.
3. No one likes to bell the cat.
4. Let the female cat run; the tomcat will catch her.
1. A cat is a lion in a jungle of small bushes.
1. Those that dislike cats will be carried to the cemetery in the rain.
2. Don't buy a cat in a sack.
1. "An old cat will not learn how to dance."
1. "The cat was created when the lion sneezed"
2. "A cat bitten once by a snake dreads even rope"
1. If men were now to turn their hostility towards the cat, it would not be long before the domestic cat became a wild animal.
1. When the cat and mouse agree, the grocer is ruined.
1. The dream of cats is all mice.
1. "A cat may go to a monastery, but she still remains a cat"
1. A house without either a cat or a dog is the house of a scoundrel.
2. Wherever the mice laugh at the cat, there you will find a hole.
3. The cat is a good friend, only she scratches.
1. When the mouse laughs at the cat there's a hole nearby.
Native American/Zuni Proverb
1. "After dark all cats are leopards."
1. If stretching were wealth, the cat would be rich.
1. The cat's a saint when there are no mice about.
1. If you play with a cat, you must not mind her scratch.
2. One should not send a cat to deliver cream
1. The kind man feeds his beast before sitting down to dinner.
Colonial Proverb1. "You will always be lucky if you know how to make friends with strange cats."