Thou art the Great Cat, the avenger of the Gods, and the judge of words, and the president of the sovereign
chiefs and the governor of the holy Circle; thou art indeed...the Great Cat. - Inscription on the Royal Tombs at Thebes
cat may go to a monastery, but she still remains a cat. - Ethiopian proverb
bitten once by a snake dreads even rope. - Arab Proverb
who frightens the mice away is as good as the cat who eats them. - German proverb
of people who dislike cats. - Irish proverb
Those that dislike cats will be carried to the cemetery in the rain.
- Dutch Proverb
is a lion in a jungle of small bushes. - Indian Proverb
loves fish, but hates wet feet. - Medieval Proverb
man feeds his beast before sitting down to dinner. - Hebrew Proverb
Ye shall not possess any beast, my dear sisters, except only a cat. - The
Ancren Riewle (Nun's Rule)
The dog may be wonderful prose, but only the cat is poetry.
After dark all cats are leopards. - Native American Proverb
Happy is the home with at least one cat. - Italian Proverb
The cat was created when the lion sneezed. - Arabian Proverb
will always be lucky if you know how to make friends with strange cats. - Colonial proverb
cat will not learn how to dance. - Moroccan Proverb
dreams of garbage. - Hindu Proverb
owner, happy cat. Indifferent owner, reclusive cat. - Chinese Proverb
an order to a cat, and the cat gave it to its tail. - Chinese Proverb
rats infest the Palace a lame cat is better than the swiftest horse. - Chinese Proverb
and cats and fair-haired little girls make the best furnishing for a room. - French Proverb
flies and women are ever at their toilets. - French Proverb
is nature's Beauty. - French Proverb
In a cat's eye, all things belong to cats. - English proverb
may look at a king. - English Proverb
has nine lives. For three he plays, for three he strays, and for the last three he stays. - English Proverb
killed the cat, Satisfaction brought it back! - English Proverb
for the man, the cat for the woman. - English Proverb
Curiosity killed the cat. But, satisfaction brought it back.
A scalded cat dreads even cold water.
no more cats than will catch mice.
shuts his eyes while he steals the cream.
of the housewife makes the cat fat.
cat refuses to admit that the face in the looking-glass is her own.
play with a cat, you must not mind her scratch.
Kick the cat out; she'll come back sure enough.
A cat may look on a king.
Wanton kittens make sober cats.
The cat is a good friend but she scratches.
There are many ways of skinning a cat.
Cat mighty dignified till the dog come by.
They agree like cats and dogs.
Don't trust the weak appearance of the wolf or the disappearance of the cat: they'll both make a come-back.
All cats look gray in the dark.
A cat has nine lives.
When the cat is away the mice will play.
The cat is honest when the meat is out of her reach.
It takes a good many mice to kill a cat.
A cornered cat becomes as fierce as a lion.
If you don't feed the cats you must feed the rats.
The widow gave orders to her cat and the cat gave them to its tail.
When the cat sleeps the mice play.
home an elephant, abroad a cat.
cat deserves a good rat.
and biting cat and dog come together.
a bold mouse that makes her nest in the cat's ear.
If you give your milk to the cat you must drink water out of the sink.
What joy fills the mouse when the cat is out of the house.
a weasel and a cat kiss, the future is not very bright.
cats will mouse, young apes will louse.
buy a cat in a bag.
Care killed the cat.
that catches nomice does not earn his keep.
He who plays with a cat must bear its scratches.
When the cat and the calf play the fiddle, you are caught in the middle.
Keep an eye on the cat and another on the frying pan.
cat in gloves catches no mice.
loves fish, but she's loth to wet her feet.
are not terrified of cats.
cat had wings she'd choke all the birds in the air.