Zhi Zulu – ‘Ikati elikwatile’

‘Ikati elikwatile’ is Zulu for what means ‘an angry and inactive cat’. This cat is angry. As ancient Egyptian culture would tell it, cats were once worshipped as they were a representation of the goddess Bast. Glory to Bast. Unfortunately, this cat was left out of this worship. Not to mention the fact that this fat black cat is seen as a superstitious symbol in Zulu culture. Apparently, black cats are bad luck. This cat gets no love. This cat is very upset.

 
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