Norse Goddess of Love Freya
Ostara Cats. Some scholars have linked customs and imagery involving hares to Ēostre and the Norse goddess Freyja, yet that the hare is not associated with Freyja her carriage was drawn by a pair of cats — animals, it is true, which like hares were the familiars of witches, The two cats were named tree gold (Amber) and bee gold (Honey).
Freya… Goddess of love, healing, the warrior maidens…. and cats! – Norse Mythology-Vikings-Tattoo
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falloutshelter7:Freyja ready for battle by Satanoy Freyja is one of the major goddesses in mythology Norse / Germanic, in the Eddas, Freyja is described as the goddess of love, beauty and fertility. The people invoked for happiness in love, assist in childbirth and to have good seasons
Freyja - Freyja is Njord's daughter, and sister to Freyr. She is originally from Vanaheim, and lives in Asgard after the Aesir-Vanir War. She is Head of the Valkyrie and High Priestess. She has 2 cat companions, Beegul and Treegul that pull her chariot. Illustration by Bob Berry, copyright Norhalla.com.