The Celtic Cat comfortably lies on a Triquetra - A symbol widely known and used by many different cultures. To the Celts - This knot is symbolic of the threefold nature of the Goddess as a mother (Creation), maiden (Innocence), and crone (Wisdom). It is also representative of the forces of nature (earth, fire, and water) and the three interlocking circles are symbolic of female fertility.
The Celtic Cat symbolizes resourcefulness, flexibility, unpredictability, and mystery. To the Ancient Celts, cats were a message to step back and look within.