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"Aeluromancy" redirects here. For flour divination, see Aleuromancy.
Ailuromancy or aeluromancy (from Greek ailouros), also known as felidomancy, is a form of theriomancy.1 It is divination using cats' movements or jumps to predict future events, especially the weather.23
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^Lloyd Dykk (December 22, 2005). "Floromancy". The Vancouver Sun.|accessdate= requires |url= (help)