Happy Friday 13th!

Hi everyone,

It is me Nubia! On behalf of all the black cats out there I would like to wish everyone a HAPPY FRIDAY 13th!!!

And remember to tell your friends that we BRING Luck not the opposite *meow* 🙂


And if anyone tells you that we are difficult to take photos of – tell them to get a better camera!!! 😛 See am I not extraordinarily pretty on this? 😀

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Right all this announcement stuff has made me very tired…

Nubia 1

Nighty night and have an pawesome weekend. 😀


Nubia: You are black and white find your own celebration day brother!

Oliver: Mean sister! 🙁

Signed by,


Her Meowjesty Queen Nubzilla the Disturber of Peace

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55 thoughts on “Happy Friday 13th!

  1. lydiaa1614 says:

    Nubia, Monkey wishes you and your family a Happy 13th as well. She is excited that there were two in a row this year. And my little black cat also loves to have her picture taken! I am hoping she will bring some good luck today to win the big lotto jackpot here (we rarely by tickets but felt since it was on Friday the 13th and we have a black kitty we should give it a try!).

  2. Robin says:

    You are very beautiful Nubia! I agree, black cats aren’t that difficult to get photos of as long as you aren’t trying to get the photos in the dark. 🙂

  3. Kentucky Angel says:

    Nubia, Callie and I wish you a happy Friday the 13th. This is our lucky day, and we even walk under ladders. Callie, a pretty calico, is very graceful, but I’m not, so when I “accidently” knock against the ladder, is it really MY fault if the person on the ladder falls off? That’s their bad luck, not mine.

  4. Moongazer says:

    Oh she is just so beautiful 😀
    I love black cats. Does Nubia have faint tabby markings on her head that you can only see at a certain angle of light? Just curious because some black cats do. Its almost like a different texture of fur rather than a different shade of black.

  5. paws4moment says:

    Black cats are awesome and they aren’t hard to photograph. I don’t have many pics of Eddie because he stays out of trouble. It’s sad that there is so many black cats in shelters waiting for furever homes.

  6. sledpress says:

    13 is the Great Goddess’s number (13 lunar months in a year!) and Friday is her day (Fricka’s Day, if you are Norse, in French for ex. vendredi for Venus) so of course (1) it is really a lucky day and (2) Nubia is a goddess so of course she should pose!

  7. Polly Tiller says:

    My first cat was a black cat and she brought me so much luck and happiness. The black cats are unlucky is a stupid medieval myth, people should have more sense nowadays. Apparently black cats and dogs are more difficult to find homes for, I wish people would forget the stupid medieval myth

  8. elizabetcetera says:

    So, I just learned THIS WEEK that my black cat isn’t really black! What a surprise!
    He’s a “black smoke cat” according to Fanciers.com on cat colors:

    A “solid black” is just that: black all over. It may be coal black, grayish black, or brownish black. Black cats can “rust” in the sunlight, the coat turning a lighter brownish shade.

    Most solid colored cats are the result of a recessive gene that suppresses the tabby pattern. Sometimes the tabby pattern is not totally suppressed, so you might see indistinct “shadow” tabby markings in certain lights even on a solid black cat. If you look at a black leopard in a zoo, you might also see these shadow markings, because the black leopard has a similar spot-suppressing gene!

    If your cat is pretty much solid black or gray, but the roots of the hairs are distinctly white, it is a “smoke.” (It’s normal for the roots on a solid cat to be grayish; true smokes, on the other hand, have definite white roots.) Smokes are the solid version of silver tabbies. These cats are very dramatic because when they move, the hair parts and the white undercoat can be seen.

    A “black smoke” is a solid black cat with white roots.

    Example of a black smoke cat: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/93/Sarah_Black_smoke_20090713_D.jpg

    Sooooo … I thought I’d share this because I thought it was interesting. 🙂

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