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23rd Aug '17 4:08:45 AM Luppercus
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* Kiki's cat Jiji in ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService''. Only she can talk to him and apparently every witch has one. Her inability to understand him is one of the sign that she lost her magick.
5th Jul '17 2:11:08 AM LentilSandEater
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* In the ''Literature/ArciaChronicles'', Gerika keeps pet lynxes before and after she gains powers, but switches to ordinary cats when she pretends to be a swamp witch while healing Alexander in book five (which is lampshaded). She can also [[DemonicPossession possess]] her cats and use them as conduits for her power (which probably explains it).

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* In the ''Literature/ArciaChronicles'', Gerika keeps pet lynxes before and after she gains powers, but switches to ordinary cats when she pretends to be a swamp witch while healing Alexander in book five (which is lampshaded). five. She can also [[DemonicPossession possess]] her cats and use them as conduits for her power (which probably explains it).power.
5th Jul '17 2:09:51 AM LentilSandEater
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** Not to mention caretaker Argus Filch's cat, Mrs. Norris, who patrols Hogwarts looking for troublemakers with her master.

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** Not to mention The caretaker Argus Filch's Filch has a rather intelligent cat, Mrs. Norris, who patrols Hogwarts looking for troublemakers with her master.
12th May '17 10:21:47 AM SpacemanSpoof
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* In the children's story ''Literature/RoomOnTheBroom'', the ginger-haired witch has a ginger-haired cat. She picks up a few other animal friends over the course of the story.
28th Apr '17 1:38:41 AM johnsmithxxi
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17th Mar '17 5:06:04 AM 80sViewer
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* The witch in ''Series/{{SimonAndTheWitch}}'' has a cat called George, known for eating wooden items such as furniture when the witch forgets to feed him. In the first series he runs away from home and goes on a spree of destruction of wooden items across the country. Averted with the witch's sister Tombola, who lives somewhere in Africa, thinks cats are old-fashioned and instead has a gorilla called Banana and several snakes.

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* The witch in ''Series/{{SimonAndTheWitch}}'' ''Series/SimonAndTheWitch'' has a cat called George, known for eating wooden items such as furniture when the witch forgets to feed him. In the first series he runs away from home and goes on a spree of destruction of wooden items across the country. Averted with the witch's sister Tombola, who lives somewhere in Africa, thinks cats are old-fashioned and instead has a gorilla called Banana and several snakes.
17th Mar '17 4:59:07 AM 80sViewer
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* The witch in ''Series/{{SimonAndTheWitch}}'' has a cat called George, known for eating wooden items such as furniture when the witch forgets to feed him. In the first series he runs away from home and goes on a spree of destruction of wooden items across the country. Averted with the witch's sister Tombola, who lives somewhere in Africa, thinks cats are old-fashioned and instead has a gorilla called Banana and several snakes.

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* The witch in ''Series/{{SimonAndTheWitch}}'' has a cat called George, known for eating wooden items such as furniture when the witch forgets to feed him. In the first series he runs away from home and goes on a spree of destruction of wooden items across the country. country. Averted with the witch's sister Tombola, who lives somewhere in Africa, thinks cats are old-fashioned and instead has a gorilla called Banana and several snakes.
17th Mar '17 4:58:10 AM 80sViewer
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* The witch in ''Series/{{SimonAndTheWitch}}'' has a cat called George, known for eating wooden items such as furniture when the witch forgets to feed him. In the first series he runs away from home and goes on a spree of destruction of wooden items across the country. Averted with the witch's sister Tombola, who lives somewhere in Africa, thinks cats are old-fashioned and instead has a gorilla called Banana and several snakes.
16th Feb '17 1:35:12 PM ElSquibbonator
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* Played straight with Myth/NorseMythology: Freyja is the goddess of seidr, a form of magic considered exclusively feminine, and her cart is drawn by two cats. Since Norse religion was often considered tantamount to witchcraft by medieval Christians, this makes Freyja the indirect {{{TropeMaker}}

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* Played straight with Myth/NorseMythology: Freyja is the goddess of seidr, a form of magic considered exclusively feminine, and her cart is drawn by two cats. Since Norse religion was often considered tantamount to witchcraft by medieval Christians, this makes Freyja the indirect {{{TropeMaker}}
{{TropeMaker}}.
16th Feb '17 1:34:38 PM ElSquibbonator
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* Averted in African mythology, where witches rode dogs, or [[DependingOnTheWriter in some cases]], ''[[CoolMount hyenas]]''.
* Played straight with Myth/NorseMythology: Freyja is the goddess of seidr, a form of magic considered exclusively feminine, and her cart is drawn by two cats. This possibly makes her an UrExample.

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* Averted in African mythology, where witches rode dogs, or [[DependingOnTheWriter in some cases]], ''[[CoolMount ''[[CoolPet hyenas]]''.
* Played straight with Myth/NorseMythology: Freyja is the goddess of seidr, a form of magic considered exclusively feminine, and her cart is drawn by two cats. This possibly Since Norse religion was often considered tantamount to witchcraft by medieval Christians, this makes her an UrExample.
Freyja the indirect {{{TropeMaker}}
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