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As time went on, the utchat became more associated with cats. It is probable that many of modern Indo-European names for the cat are derived from the word utchat: cat, chat, cattus, gatus, gatous, gato, katt, katte, kitte, kitty, etc.
From "Pasht" we get the remaining Indo-European names for the cat: pasht, past, pushd, pusst, puss, pussy, as well as the word "passion".
Because cats were deeply respected, they were often mummified and even buried in great tombs with their owners.
Finally, the Egyptian battle of Pelusium illustrates, better than any other example, the importance Egyptians placed on cats.