My last post showcased postcards of children
and their beloved dogs. Read Puppy Dog Tails.
To give equal attention, the postcards in this post feature cats.
Specifically, BLACK CATS, because this week is Halloween.
When the Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth Rock
they demonstrated devout faith and were deeply suspicious
of anything deemed from the devil.
Black cats were considered companions of witches
and anyone caught with a black cat
would be severely punished or even killed.
Images of witches are often depicted
with a black cat as a companion.
This postcard is photographed with a prop
of a witch's handbook of spells.
Thanks to Chickabug blog
for creating this enchanting Halloween book cover.
You can get a free download here.
Is a black cat your friend or foe?
Not certain who is more frightened --
the little boy or the black cat
-- as they encounter each other in the darkness of bedtime.
These not-so-frightening kitties get in formation
to extend greetings of the season.
Until next time, live and love well.
Join me in sharing Halloween greetings this week at:
What's It Wednesday at Ivy and Elephants
Share Your Cup at Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson