Ruled Britannia
Species: Cat (Felis catus)

Mommet was a gray tabby cat owned by Cicily Sellis, a "cunning woman" in London. He was by her side, or on her shoulder, with curious frequency, and, unlike a typical cat, would come when she did call him. Numerous acquaintances of Sellis, including William Shakespeare and Lope de Vega, suspected that Mommet was a demonic "familiar" but were never able to confirm this to their satisfaction.[1]


  1. Ruled Britannia (hardcover), pages 113, 176-180, 215-218, 269-270, 275-276, 289, 316-318, 332, 346, 352-354, 358, 417-418, 432-433.