@lgt41: I don’t have the time to do scientific research. Assuming this is the case, what an appalling reality. In the blog post, black cats are subjected to similar treatment. Awful!
Growing up, however, I remember believing it was a bad omen whenever a black 🐈‍⬛ crosses my path on foot or bike. But I’ve dispensed with the superstition decades ago because it turned out not to be true — according to my empirical knowledge.

In my debut Strangers in Another Country, “Betty and the Black Puppy” is part of the collection of tales. Betty is Scottish and a latter-day Francis of Assisi regarding all God’s creatures. In the story, the dog 🐶 is a symbol of… [I can’t let the cat out of the bag! Please fetch a copy, or read free Kindle Unlimited.)


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