demon cat


more teaserss
more for me than for you tho tbqh

from top to bottom
rin- “Bakeneko” (demon cat)
nozomi-  Majo (witch)
umi - Kyudo (archer)
kotori- Suzume (sparrow, when calm and collected) ,Taka (hawk/only when fighting)
pet bird(one of two)- tweetie

anyone aboard the hype train? :D
will upload everyone else once they’re finished….
As a banner~ 

one week until launch~

From my project based on the W. B. Yeats book ‘Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry’, this illustration is inspired by the story ‘The Demon Cat’.

The story is about a cat who breaks into the fisherman’s house in the night to eat all the finest fish and attacks family members when challenged. It is believed that he is the devil and only holy water can be used to defeat the creature. 



The Demon Cat of Washington DC

The ghost cat or ‘Demon Cat’ is a popular story. This creature haunts the basement of the Capitol building at night, usually spotted around the hall between the Crypt of the Capitol and the Old Supreme Court Chamber. Tourists can even see little paw prints on the floors of this hallway if they look close enough. The story goes that Capitol Hill, then Jenkins Hill, was once the home of a den of black cats, but once construction of the Capitol began (in 1794) the cat’s den was destroyed along with the family of cats. The mother cat now roams the halls of the basement of the Capitol building where presumably the den was located, searching for her young. Even though there are no unattended pets allowed in the Capitol, late night staffers and visitors have noticed an animal making quick dashes around this area of the building. The cat’s paw-prints beneath the Samuel Morse memorial can bee seen in the second picture.

Sightings of the creature have mysteriously been followed by tragic occurrences throughout the United States. One such account tells of a Capitol Police officer who noticed a quick black dash across the floor. As he moved closer to catch a glimpse of the animal, its shadow grew bigger and more menacing. Then, quickly, it disappeared. The next day, 1 November 1918, a story in the newspaper described the worst rapid transit system accident in New York City with over 90 deaths.

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