Bred to be mummified

  Seth Haniel 10:15 31 Mar 2011

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The excavation of a labyrinth of tunnels beneath the Egyptian desert has revealed the remains of millions of animals, mostly dogs and jackals. Many appear to have been only hours or days old when they were killed and mummified.

  Forum Editor 10:36 31 Mar 2011

All societies observe them, although some are more extreme than others.

  Seth Haniel 10:51 31 Mar 2011

At Beni Hasan, there were so many cat mummies that at the end of the 19th century, a total of 19 tons of mummified Egyptian cats were shipped to England to be used as fertilizer. In addition, thousands of cat mummies have been found at the catacombs of Saqqara. Cats who were bred to become offerings of this type usually died due to strangulation or the breaking of their necks.

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  wee eddie 10:52 31 Mar 2011

The Sacred Money was used to buy Doves that were then sacrificed in the Temple.

I can see no reason why the Egyptians should not have had a similar system using Puppies instead of Doves.

  ronalddonald 18:32 31 Mar 2011


  ronalddonald 18:33 31 Mar 2011

the plague?????

  Forum Editor 18:39 31 Mar 2011



"the plague?????"


two can play at that game, ronald.

  Jameslayer 18:43 31 Mar 2011

It's a interesting religious fact. No stranger than any other culture.

  lucky1 18:52 31 Mar 2011 where's our neighbour's cat? !!!

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