Monday, June 6, 2011

Cat Tattoos for Girls

Cat Tattoos for Girls

Cat Tattoos For Women:As I begin to write I notice a large grey Cat Tattoo outside my window marking its territory. Fine, I think, but this is not my Cat Tattoo, as a matter of fact I don’t own a Cat Tattoo. And that’s when I realise who does own a cat? Here is this sleek, majestic, animal that, by now has noticed me and carries on with total disregard or fear of reprisal, free to wander and do what Cat Tattoo do. Cats have a long history with humans and what I liked to do in this story is to tell you about some of that history, and also to give you some ideas if you are thinking of a Cat Tattoo design.

Cats have been human pets since the time of ancient Egypt. In ancient Egypt the Cat Tattoo was revered and killing a cat was not a good idea as this also resulted in your own death. Cat Tattoo have been associated with mythology and folklore for a long time. There was Freya, the Norse goddess of love and beauty, who had a chariot pulled by 2 large gray Cat Tattoo (there’s that grey cat again!).

There are many early religions that believed Cat Tattoo were magnificent souls, friend and guide for humans, and that they had great wisdom, but were not allowed to share this wisdom and remained silent so they could not sway human decisions.

The 9 lives folklore is attributed to their amazing survival capacity and disregard for self-preservation, and their ability to survive falls from great heights that would otherwise kill other creatures. Big cats, such as lions and tigers, are often seen as symbols of power and war, life and death.

The domestic Cat Tattoo, on the other hand, has often been represented as symbols of warmth and home, fertility, devoted motherhood and promiscuity. They were also seen as guardians of the home, protecting the home from unwanted pests.

A Christian belief was that the “M” marking on the head of Cat Tattoo is where Mary touched and blessed a cat that calmed the baby Jesus, and in Malaysia, the cat was revered as a god who eased their afterlife journey from Hell to paradise.

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