Fairy Cat of Scot land.
Etymology: Gaelic, "fairy cat."
Variant names: Big ears, Cat sith, Cath paluc.
Physical description: Size of a dog. Black with a whit e spot on it s br east.
Behavior: Arches its back and bristles when angered.
Distribution: Highland, Scot land.
Possible explanation: Folk tradition about the Kellas Cat.
Sources: John Gregorson Campbell, Superstitions of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland (Glasgow, Scotland: J. MacLehose and Sons,
1900), p. 32; James MacKillop, Oxford Dictionary of Celtic Mythology (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998), pp. 78, 81.
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