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Disambiguation of the term '''Cat'''.
The '''cat''' is a quad-raped mammal of the genus, ''Felis''. They are effective hunters (valued for their ability to reduce vermin although domesticated cats were less common than [[possum]]s during the [[medieval]] period as cats were very often regarded with suspicion. Cats were sometimes contained in wicker effigies and burnt and skinned for their [[testes]].
[[Exeter]] [[cathedral]] had an offical cat.
* [[Cat (Animal)]]. refers to the domestic house cat.
* [[Cat (Maplet)]], refers the entry on cat from [[John Maplet | John Maplet's]] [[A Greene Forest]]
* [[Cat (Siege Engine)]], refers to a medieval shed like siege engine.
Some individuals have an intense dislike of this [[animal]], although must had some affection as the [[15th century]] "''The Book of Curtesy''" reminds us not to pet the cat whilst at the table.
Cats are uncommon as a [[heraldic]] [[charge]].
==See Also==
* [[Cat (Maplet)|Cat according to Maplet's ''A Greene Forest'']]

Latest revision as of 18:08, 4 January 2015

Disambiguation of the term Cat.