These are from Proverbs, Maxims, and Phrases of All Ages, Robert Christy, compiler (New York and London: The Knickerbocker Press, G. P. Putnam and Sons, 1904).
An old cat likes young mice. (Greek)
Cat after cat kind.
Cats eat what hussies spare.
Cats hide their claws.
Don't look for five feet on a cat. (from Don Quixote)
Wanton kittens make sober cats. (I love this one -- Curator)
"We are all well placed" said the cat, when she was seated on the bacon. (Danish)
Well might the cat wink when both her eyes were out.
When cat and mouse agree the farmer has no chance. (Danish)
Singed cats live long. (German)
The cat always leaves her mark upon her friend. (Spanish)
The cat and dog may kiss yet are none the better friends.