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Gold-plated Copper Cat Necklace

Gold-plated Copper Cat Necklace

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The cat: an ancient charm and a rich symbolism

The cat, with its magnetic gaze, its feline elegance and its aura of mystery, has conquered a special place in the hearts of man since ancient times. But in addition to being an affectionate companion and a skilled hunter, the cat is also an animal rich in symbolism and meanings that are intertwined with the history and cultures of different civilizations.

In ancient Egypt the cat was revered as a deity. Bastet, the goddess with the body of a woman and the head of a cat, was considered the protector of the home, family and fertility. Killing a cat was considered a serious crime and punished severely.

In Greek mythology the cat was associated with Artemis, goddess of the hunt and the moon. Cats were considered his sacred animals and were believed to have the gift of seeing in the dark and possessed magical powers.

In the Middle Ages the symbolism of the cat became more ambiguous. In some cultures it was seen as a devilish animal and associated with witches. In others it was instead considered a symbol of luck and prosperity.

In many oriental cultures the cat is still considered an auspicious animal today. In Japan, for example, the Maneki-neko, a cat with its paw raised, is a very common lucky charm statuette.

In Western culture the cat has taken on a more domestic and affectionate role. He is seen as a life partner capable of giving affection and serenity.

But what are the most common symbolic meanings associated with the cat?

  • Independence and autonomy: the cat is an independent animal that does not like to be controlled.
  • Curiosity and mystery: the cat is a curious animal and attracted by mystery.
  • Magic and supernatural powers: in many cultures the cat is associated with magic and supernatural powers.
  • Femininity and sensuality: the cat is often associated with femininity and sensuality.
  • Luck and prosperity: in many cultures the cat is considered a lucky animal.

The cat is therefore a fascinating animal rich in symbolism that continues to fascinate man. Its independent and mysterious nature, combined with its ability to give affection and companionship, make it a special animal loved by many people.


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