Petite Princess Minou
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All about Petite Princess Minou
You are walking down the street and a black cat crosses your path. What do you do? Whether you dismiss it or not, many people think of it as some kind of a bad omen. Black cats and bad luck is a superstition that has lived on even in modern society. Past events, and present misconceptions of these cats keep this unfortunate stereotype alive.
Black is a colour that often brings an emotional response. What do you think of when you imagine this colour? Night, darkness, boring, no colour, dark, evil, scary are all common (and generally negative) words to describe black. This negative connotation of the colour black also applies to black cats. The portrait of the black cat as an omen of bad luck began with accusations of witchcraft and witch-hunts many years ago. It was believed that black cats had magical powers that allowed them to transform themselves into witches.
- Que Banh
- Province, Country:
- BC, Canada
- Mixed DMH
- Date of Birth:
- Unknown - approx. 3 YO
- Not Provided
- Coat Colour:
- Brown tabby
- Eye Colour:
chair is my throne!!
the Princess and I rule the house, my owners are wrapped around my paws.
My owner Qué has allowed me to take over her dressing chair,
it is now my throne.
trouble sleeping if there are no humans around, I prefer to sleep on
my owner's bed and snuggle up.
I adore the Pounce treats in the green container, I will even interrupt
my nap to have a bit of Pounce.
I like to type and practice my techniques on the keyboard whenever I
get a chance.
friends are my buddy and roomate Sir Arthur Alonzo, the Fluffmeister
will have a page up soon too, please visit him when he's online :)
known to dip my paw into my food and licking for a small taste first
before devouring it.
Also love to fish, I can fish treats from jars and tight corners.
wish treat fishing was an Olympic event I would take gold!
can email Petite Princess
Minou at firstname.lastname@example.org