WHY DO BLACK CATS BRING BAD LUCK?

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Fear of black cats came to Europe with Chris­tian­ity in the early Mid­dle Ages. Un­like other an­i­mals, cats can see and hunt in the dark, and so, Chris­tians be­lieved that cats were in col­lu­sion with witches and dev­ils. Cats came to sym­bol­ise dark pow­ers – and black cats were par­tic­u­larly dreaded.

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