Black Means Good Luck
In many parts of the US and Europe, people think black cats are terrifying bringers of bad luck. They don’t dare cross the path the black cat has crossed. This is very sad and is one reason why many black cats end up in shelters. And shelters do not easily release black cats to people who say they prefer black cats because they fear that they might be used for some evil purpose.
There are many black cats out there who can make use of some love and care and they are stigmatized because of their color and an outdated superstitious belief.
It is heartbreaking, I know. Almost every witch loves a black cat. A black cat means good luck. We would be lucky to be able to touch a black cat when it comes our way and we definitely won’t shoo away a black cat who happens to wander into our homes. Owning a black cat will protect your home and the people in it. And because our black-furred friends are sensitive to the spirit world, they can chase away evil spirits and bad energies plus help us in our magick.
Naming Your Black Cat
Choosing a name for your black cat is a very important process. You need to carefully pick out its name since it will be its name for life. To give you some ideas, your black cat’s name could be something that you take from your cat’s appearance like “Bat” for a cat with large pointy ears or “Panda” for a black with white spots or “Raven” after your cat’s jet black silky fur!
You can also name your cat after a time when you got like Luna for a black cat you had at the coming of the full moon or Zodiac for a cat you received on your birthday. But of course, these are just examples and you should not be afraid to go crazy and creative! As long as the name means a lot to you, your cat familiar will feel and appreciate the gesture.
Trivia: Did You Know That In The 90s, adopting a black cat during Halloween was not allowed?
Anyone who goes to a shelter to adopt a black cat or black cats on or near Halloween will be turned away. This is because pet-adoption agencies are aware of the fact that Satanic cults sacrifice black cats as a part of their ritual, and many black cats are used as props and tortured during Halloween only to be returned afterwards. Even if someone goes to the adoption center without the purpose, the timing is highly suspicious around and the pet agencies refuse to take chances with the lives of the black cats.
How did you choose your black cat’s name? Do you have stories about your cat you would like to share? Please do in the comments section below. 🙂