If stretching were wealth, the cat would be rich.
- A cat is a
lion to a mouse.
- A cat bitten
once by a snake dreads even rope.
-The cat was created when the lion
- If you
stared deep into a cat's eyes, you would be able to see into the world of
- All cats
love fish but fear to wet their paws.
- A cat
assures its owner of good luck.
- Happy owner,
happy cat. Indifferent owner, reclusive cat.
- He who rides the tiger finds it
difficult to dismount.
- Those who dislike cats will be carried
to the cemetery in the rain.
overdressed woman is like a cat dressed in saffron.
- In a cat's
eye, all things belong to cats.
- A cat in grass is a tiger in the
remember faces, cats places.
- The cat has
nine lives - three for playing, three for straying, and three for staying.
- For he has
the subtlety and hissing of a serpent, which in goodness he suppresses.
cats and fat dungheapsare the sign of a good farmer
- The dog may be wonderful prose, but
only the cat is poetry.
- If cats had
wings there would be no ducks in the lake.
- That cat
that has its mouth burned by drinking hot milk will not drink even buttermilk
without first blowing upon it.
- A cat is a
lion in a jungle of small bushes.
- The cat is
magical and the bringer of good luck.
- Beware of
people who dislike cats.
breaks through the eyes of the cat.
- To kill a cat brings seventeen years of
- To please
himself only the cat purrs.
- Who would
believe such pleasure from a wee ball o' fur?
- It is better to feed one cat than many
- When the cat and mouse agree, the
grocer is ruined. -
- A house
without a dog or a cat is the house of a scoundrel. -
- It is better
to be a mouse in a cat's mouth than a man in a lawyer's hands. -
- The cat
always leaves a mark on his friend.