Amazing discovery was recently made by British scientists: they used X-rays and found a mysterious ancient Egyptian cat fresco hidden below the the commonly known wall painting at the Tomb of Nebamun, now in British Museum:
The central place at the masterpiece is reserved for Us, Zarathustra the Cat. We are so kind to accompany a human, an Egyptian official Nebamun, in his hunt in the marsh, generously pointing him what We’d like to have at Our dinner. Meanwhile an Egyptian girl performs to Us a tender belly rub using a lotus, while other girl waves a fan to save Us from overheat. A typical ancient Egyptian scene, you know.
At the left you also can notice Our small brother wild cat hunting birds by himself, His eye is made of gold, and he also symbolize god Ra in his struggle with the darkness (that means enlightenment of mankind about the role of cats in its life)
Our small brother got 3 birds at once! They say ancient Egyptians trained wild cats to help them to hunt, as dogs now do (really some cats can play fetch), but it’s evident that this kid is working for himself.
Only humans are trained at this fresco, all are working to make pleasure for mighty Zarathustra the Cat.
If you have a look at the fresco that covers the hidden one, currently at view in the British Museum, you will notice less cat centered Universe:
It’s evident that mankind underestimated how anscient Egyptians really worshiped cats!
Humans should recognize Our discovery and follow Egyptian walk.
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat
P.S. The internet is a lot like ancient Egypt, people write on walls and worship cats.
The more you, humans, are writing on walls, the more you should worship your cats, please.
Now you turn out from the screen and give a good belly rub to your kitty.