Has the black cat passed from between us? (Osmanli, or the Ottoman Empire - Turkish). That is, have we had a quarrel?
Every day is no' Yule-day; cast the cat a castock. (Scotch) Be generous at Christmas, even unto giving your guests the needless extras - a castock is a cabbage-core (what, your cat likes those?)
"Why, man, have you got up into the tamarind tree?" He replied, "To pluck grass for my kitten." (Tamil). That is, it's none of your business.
The three most pleasant things: A cat's kittens, a goat's kid, and a young woman. (Irish)
When the cat lies on its brain, it is going to rain. (English) Brain = back, actually.
-- From Curiosities in Proverbs (1916), an old favorite here at the Museum