Cat Jewelry Traits That Are Uniquely Cat

Cat Jewelry Traits That Are Uniquely Cat by Celtic Mink Jewelry honors behaviors that are only the spirit of the feline who know they rule the world. Worshiped as demi-deities, cats were significant to the ancient Egyptians.  We feature items that express quirks that are only “CAT.”

We use the best unique, custom, traditional, handcrafted designs and exquisitely crafted pewter pendants from select designers.  Cat-themed  necklaces, bracelets, and earrings featuring a variety of behaviors that are just plain “CAT” You can pay homage to all cats by wearing your beautiful jewelry

Characteristics of a curious cat

  • They are friendly.
  • They consider you to be a member of their family.
  • They take a lot of naps
  • When they sleep, they dream
  • They are fantastic hunters
  • It is critical that they are clean.
  • They have very different perspectives.
  • They, too, have emotions.

The cat signifies patience, courage, an adventurous spirit, liberty, a profound and laid back connection with oneself, and healing from the inside out. A cat is an everyday part of our lives, and it is a very inspiring totem animal for many people.

As early as 4400 B.C., the ancestors of today’s domestic cats spread from southwest Asia to Europe. Around 8,000 years ago, the cats most likely began hanging out in farming communities in the Fertile Crescent, where they developed a mutually beneficial relationship as humans’ rodent patrol.  Domesticated cats are all descended from wildcats known as Felis silvestris lybica.

A new study of cat DNA shows cats that lived alongside humans for  thousands of years are relatively unchanged

Indoor-only cats have only become common in the last 60 or 70 years, in the thousands of years that cats have lived alongside people—a negligible amount of time on an evolutionary scale.
Cats have always lived and thrived outside throughout human history. However, we have only recently begun introducing reproduction control measures such as spaying and neutering to bring them indoors. Bring the outdoors to them using canned food and litter boxes to meet biological needs developed over thousands of years of outdoor living.
Although human civilization and domestic cats co-evolved, cats have been living outside for a long time.

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