Trivia: How did the ancient Egyptians mourn the loss of a cat?
Fast for a week
Build a shrine
Shaved their eyebrows
Redecorate their homes
The correct answer is Shaved their eyebrows
So why is this answer correct? : The ancient Egyptians revered cats, and when a family lost their beloved pet, they had grieving traditions. Often, after shaving their eyebrows, they would continue to openly grieve the cat until their eyebrows grew back. Cats were also mummified, just like humans, and buried with things they might need in the afterlife, like milk and mummified rodents.