Even in the modern and civilized technology era today, a part of people still believe that a black cat crossing the road is an unlucky thing. Some even cancel their upcoming appointments and schedules as soon as they step out onto the street and encounter a black cat because they think it is a bad omen and will bring disadvantages to their upcoming plans mine. So why did such a pitiful animal be labeled so unlucky, let’s find out! Black cat from a biological point of view
Before diving into this anecdote, let’s take a biological look at black cats. Black cat, is an ordinary cat with black fur, according to the biological classification, there are about 22 breeds of black fur including purebred breeds and hybrids. According to the Fanciers Fanciers Association of America, the predominantly black breed is a Bombay cat, especially with a jet-black coat that is mainly seen in males rather than females. Besides the pure deep black fur, another notable feature of the Bombay breed is their eyes, bright yellow eye color that adds to the mystique of these cats. Because they possess high levels of melanin, they have such mysterious eye color.