Cat that’s what I do I read books I drink wine and I know things poster
✅ Good price.
✅ Limited edition version & High quality products.
✅ Fast shipping ( follow tracking code in your email ).
Black cats (or ebony cats) have played an important role in folklore and mythology for centuries. In the Middle Ages, they were thought to be companions of witches or ‘incarnations of the devil’, which led to the massacre of many ebony cats in Europe during this muddy period. Similar to the yellow or gray melon, the black cat is not a breed, this is just a common fur in short-haired domestic cats.
Strangely, quite a lot of superstition from the past still exist to this day. On Halloween, the myths and legends surrounding black cats are especially revived and attract children with mysterious stories. However, the image of an ebony cat is not only associated with bad omens, it has more valuable meanings than that.
Depending on the geographical location and different historical periods, ebony cats can be considered to be auspicious or ominous. In Italy in the 16th century, it was believed that if someone were ill, the black cat would not be allowed to come close, because they would die if it lay on the sickbed. In contrast, in the UK and the US today, black cats are a symbol of luck.
In Yorkshire, England believes that having a black cat will bring good luck, but if you are on the road, a black cat cuts the route. In some other localities, beliefs about black cats may be different, it’s not uniform. However there are some of the most common beliefs that.
Cats are good friends with seafarers, who need them on board to protect their luggage and food from rodents. More importantly, European sailors believe that black cats bring good luck to ships and promise a safe itinerary. If before the ship left the port the black cat jumped off the ship it was a bad omen and the sailors had to choose a different date and time for departure.
During the First and Second World Wars, many cats were attached to the navies of the countries, the Russians often bring a black cat to the launch of a newly built ship and it will bring blessings.
What is Cat that’s what I do I read books I drink wine and I know things poster
Printing and shipping Cat that’s what I do I read books I drink wine and I know things poster
We ship from the following countries:
- United States
- United Kingdom
- Czech Republic
- The Netherlands.
The production of an item can take 2-7 working day.
Payment Methods of Cat that’s what I do I read books I drink wine and I know things poster
We have both global and local payment methods available, including:
- Credit/Debit Card (Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Discover, JCB, and Diners)
- Multibanco (Portugal)
- Sofort (Germany)
- iDeal (Netherlands)
- Bancontact (Belgium)
Payment Failed ?
If your payment fails, we’ll send you an email to let you know. Your order will be canceled automatically, and it will NOT be possible to reattempt the payment for that order. Instead, we recommend you try placing a new one!
Tracking code information of the products.