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Her current rating is 4.39 out of 5 with 18 vote(s).
All about Kariya Banana
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.
- Rica Hansen
- North York
- Province, Country:
- ON, Canada
- Domestic Short Hair
- Date of Birth:
- December 14th, 2001
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- Coat Colour:
- Calico-Orange, Gray and White
- Eye Colour:
Hi! My name is Kariya! I am named after hockey player Paul Kariya because I was adopted from the Toronto Humane Society on the day Canada won gold in the Olympics! Maybe one day I will meet my namesake and he can sign my big white belly!
My mom and dad think I have a switch inside of me with "Sucky" on one end and "Annoying" on the other. Sometimes that switch gets stuck inbetween.
I Am Obsessed With: Q-Tips, Pringles cans, water and mom's toe dividers for when she paints her nails.
My Partner in Crime Is:Gizmo (it's always easier to blame the dog).
My Favourite Lounging Spot is: Mom's pillow with my motor on full blast.