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Received 22nd Oct 2012
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From ancient days many stories have been told about the 'maneki neko' or lucky cats. Japanese people love to have them as mascots, to bring good fortune, to invite happiness and to bring prosperity to businesses. In Japan, they are placed at the entrance of houses and in store windows.
The white lucky cat is valued as the one that invites happiness, the black one protects you from illness and the gold lucky cat is the one that brings you riches. The one raising its left hand is the one that invites customers to a business and the right hand raised invites prosperity!