Islamic Sufism Spirituality

World’s most luckiest cat

Posted on: June 9, 2008


Muezza was the favourite cat of the prophet Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wasallam. It is said that he loved his cat so much that when Muezza was asleep on the sleeve of his robe one day, and Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wasallam was called to prayer, rather than disturb him he cut off the sleeve leaving the cat snoozing in peace.

Legend has it that the reason Prophet Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wasallam loved cats so much was that his life had been saved by one. A snake had crawled into his sleeve and refused to leave. A cat was called and asked the snake to show its head, in order to discuss its departure. When the snake finally appeared, the cat pounced on it and carried it off.

The Prophet of Islam sallallahu alayhi wasallam was once performing ablution (Wudhu) for prayers from a pot of water. A cat passed there and turned its eyes at the pot of water with a thirsty look. The Prophet realised at once that the cat was very thirsty, so he stopped the ablution (Wudhu) and placed the pot before the cat. Only after the cat had fully quenched its thirst, did the Prophet resume the ablution (Wudhu).

Subhanallaah.. Can you see how great the character of Prophet is?

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